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Promoted 10-11-2014 by longmanj9 at 02:51 PM View Original Post
Sunvalleytek via Amazon has HooToo TripMate Nano Wireless N Pocket Travel Router on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks A00

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The HooToo TripMate Nano Wireless N Pocket Travel Router allows you to create your own personal network and hotspot and has earned 4.4 out of 5 stars based on 209 customer reviews.

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urlhasbeenblockedĀ® TripMate Nano Wireless N Pocket Travel Router (USB Powered, USB Storage Wi-Fi Media Sharing, Access Point, Wi-Fi Mini Router & Bridge) is available for $14.99 at Amazon.

Shipping is free for Prime members or minimum $35 purchase required.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HZWOQ...CCJR&psc=1



Personal Cloud: sharing files with your friends in any attached USB storage

Travel Router: instantly convert wired network into Wi-Fi (AP,Router,Bridge), create your own personal network and hotspot

Pocket-sized(weight only 1oz): powered by usb for extreme portability

Package contents: urlhasbeenblockedĀ® Tripmate Nano(HT-TM02) , USB cable, User Manual, 1 year urlhasbeenblocked warranty.
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#4
Not bad at $15. Looks like the newer version urlhasbeenblocked is $60.
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File sharing a USB stick is a cool feature.
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Was looking into getting another NETIS WF2416, but got this instead. Hopefully it's just as good. Tyop! Lowest per CCC too.
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I'm looking at one of these with a battery in it. That way you don't need a plug and/or can recharge your phone.
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Love mine. Use mine as a NAS in the car for the kids tablets.
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Great bang for your buck. Lacks an internal battery, but I'm fine with that since it works great using an external USB battery when you need it.
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I have the urlhasbeenblocked Tripmate Nano as well as the urlhasbeenblocked Tripmate Elite and have found these routers to be difficult when trying to pair it with Hotel Wifi or Optiumum Wifi. Everytime I try to setup the device as a portable hotspot leeching off of hotel wifi's that require you to accept the EULA before actually getting access to the internet. The tripmate will keep looping me back to the setup page.

The only other portable wireless router I've used that hasn't encountered this problem was the D-Link DIR-506L. The only problem with that router is the relatively small battery as well as it uses MiniUSB to charge. (one more cable to carry)
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Love mine. Use mine as a NAS in the car for the kids tablets.
What app do you use to view the videos on the tablets? TIA
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What app do you use to view the videos on the tablets? TIA

urlhasbeenblocked app on Android and iOS.
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Picked up a USB 3.0 256GB USB stick for $50 after rebates a while back. So I could stick this is my car with the USB stick and have 2000 album playlist in my car without using data or wireless? Nice.
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I'm trying to understand the point of these. We just just had a 4 week trip overseas and only 1 hotel out of all of them had a wired connection in the room. Also, why can't you just connect to the network with your phone/tablet/laptop directly? What's the point of this even existing in the first place?
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I'm trying to understand the point of these. We just just had a 4 week trip overseas and only 1 hotel out of all of them had a wired connection in the room. Also, why can't you just connect to the network with your phone/tablet/laptop directly? What's the point of this even existing in the first place?
What if you don't have a wireless signal or a poor signal somewhere? For example on a road trip were signals fluctuate wildly and often die. You can stream anything you want that's on the USB stick.

It also saves data usage if you want to stream media. If you don't have unlimited data this would be very useful.

Not to mention ease of transferring files for consumption. Everything can just go in one place on the usb stick instead of having to transfer files to each of your phones or tablets.
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