TRENDnet has a spanking new router for the masses – the TEW-655BR3G which will come with a built-in USB port which enables you to hook up a 3G or 3.5G wireless USB modem from the following carriers – Sprint, AT&T or Verizon. This broadband connection can be shared with different computers of varying speeds of up to 150Mbps. The router itself relies on an internal battery that can be recharged whenever it runs out of juice, but we would have liked to see a higher battery life compared to the 2.5 hours it currently offers. Nice to know a DC adapter will work with it for use when driving. Interested? The TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G is going for $99.
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