Need to Expand a Wireless Network? Try the Satechi Mini Router

Posted on February 15, 2013 by Jennifer Bryant There have been 0 comments

If you work on the road (or anywhere away from your home or office) you've likely run into a problem finding WiFi, even in hotels or coffee shops that offer it! The Satechi Multifunction Mini-Router gives you a private 300 Mbps WiFi access point, as well as working as a repeater that distributes a weak wireless signal elsewhere and a standard home router. It also can be used to give WiFi capability to wired devices like gaming devices.  Oh, and this Mini-Router also offers a bridge mode that allows you to use an existing WiFi network and re-transmit it with a different name (and security)!

satechi wireless network adapter

Sounds like the Satechi Wireless Multifunction Mini-Router has a lot going on, huh? It does! And it's small enough to fit in your pocket. The Mini-Router also features Wifi Protected Setup which allows you to connect a device to the router with a secure WPA2 connection at the push of a button. And it not only supports the newest 802.11n wireless standard, it also features backwards compatibility with older 802.11b/g standards.

 

According to the Satechi website, the Mini Router uses powerful QoS for bandwidth management. With wireless speeds up to 300Mbps and two 10/100Mbps LAN ports, the Wireless Multifunction Mini Router is the perfect choice for high-bandwidth applications like video streaming, VoIP, and online gaming. And right now the Mini-Router is only $39.99!!


This post was posted in Technology and was tagged with iPad, iPhone, gaming, network, computer, wireless, router, bridge, WiFi, Satechi, wired, LAN

Comments
All other company, brand, product, and service names are used herein for identification purposes only and may be the trademarks, service marks, or trade names of their respective owners.
There is no affiliation or sponsorship between these other companies and StoryLeather.com unless expressly stated.