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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

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