Some of us do happen to live in a “black hole” when it comes to wireless signals – certain corners of the home just seem to be unable to receive any Wi-Fi signal of any kind, and when you take a look at your smartphone’s LTE signal, it drops to zero bars suddenly when entering the “zone”. Well, good thing there are devices out there to help you out in such a predicament, and Satechi’s Multifunction Mini Router is one of them, helping extend your Wi-Fi range whether you are at home or on the go.
The Satechi Multifunction Mini Router would make for the ideal traveling companion, being tiny enough to cram into any luggage, purse or briefcase, while offering users the convenience of converting a direct internet connection in conference rooms or hotel rooms to a private connection, delivering added security and mobility along the way. This plug and play router will also help extend the range of an existing Wi-Fi connection by another 100 feet – now is that cool or what? Theoretically, it has a maximum wireless speed of up to 300 Mbps via a 2.4GHz wireless band, but expect real world performance to be removed from such lofty heights.
If you are interested, the Satechi Multifunction Mini Router will retail for $39.99 a pop.
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