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Promoted 01-29-2016 by Randy71 at 02:05 PM View Original Post
Sunvalleytek via Amazon has HooToo TripMate Nano Wireless N Pocket Travel Router (HT-TM02) on sale for $18.99 - $4 w/ promotional code BRQQQI64 = $14.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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depends on your situation!!!

I use this one in my car. hook in a 128GB thumb drive. load in all your mp3's. now my tablet in my dash has access to my entire music collection, and because this one does NOT have a battery, it turns on and off with the ignition!

with the latest software update, these are just awesome little devices
Some advice - I have this - it needs a power source so you'll need an adapter or power pack too, which makes it less convenient than models that have an inbuilt battery.
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love this thing!!!
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Some advice - I have this - it needs a power source so you'll need an adapter or power pack too, which makes it less convenient than models that have an inbuilt battery.
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depends on your situation!!!

I use this one in my car. hook in a 128GB thumb drive. load in all your mp3's. now my tablet in my dash has access to my entire music collection, and because this one does NOT have a battery, it turns on and off with the ignition!

with the latest software update, these are just awesome little devices
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Quote from nickn8911 View Post :
depends on your situation!!!

I use this one in my car. hook in a 128GB thumb drive. load in all your mp3's. now my tablet in my dash has access to my entire music collection, and because this one does NOT have a battery, it turns on and off with the ignition!

with the latest software update, these are just awesome little devices
This is a great use, but can your tablet access the internet when hooked up to this router?
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Quote from sapio View Post :
Some advice - I have this - it needs a power source so you'll need an adapter or power pack too, which makes it less convenient than models that have an inbuilt battery.
I started with the device listed here and liked it so much I upgraded to one with the built in battery that you mentioned:

http://www.amazon.com/urlhasbeenblocked-Wire...B00RVIGY1I

But it isn't $15.
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Quote from killab443 View Post :
This is a great use, but can your tablet access the internet when hooked up to this router?
You can tether it to your phone but using it for internet access is extremely slow, even on a wired network. Your best bet is to load a (or multiple) USB drive(s) with music and videos and plug the drives into the router. Or plug a USB hub into the router and plug a few USB flash drives into the hub.

You can get a 128GB drive [staples.com] for $35
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Last edited by asstastic January 28, 2016 at 07:28 PM
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Good feedback folks, we all learn this way. FWIW if you're not planning to use in a car or with another power source this might work too.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DTPYR...0INT&psc=1
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I love my hoo too travel router. I too initially purchased one without a battery pack like the one referenced here but decided to upgrade to one with the battery as it fit my needs better. Having its own power source for use in a car, airport or even the hotel works better for me.
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In for one, thanks OP. I honestly didn't know this product existed, certainly not at this price point!

OpenWRT install instructions, for the happy hackers out there:

https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=53014
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Love this thing too. It can run off a portable battery pack, which I'm sure most of us have many of lying around. But I just run it off my laptop often, nice for sharing wireless/wired or chromecasting in hotels.
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I bought this a year ago and it sounded like such a great device. In the hand it feels very light and cheap. I was at a Hyatt Place that had a very slow internet connection. Their internet service is one where you connect then you have to sign in. The urlhasbeenblocked connected but it would not let me sign in on the device. I tried with the computer and phone app. My phone and computer would connect on their own, but not on the urlhasbeenblocked. It showed a wifi signal but did not broadcast internet. After 45 minutes of trying to find a work around I gave up. Not sure if it was defective or a bad device. I rather would have paid $20 more to try the better product they sell.
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Quote from asstastic View Post :
I started with the device listed here and liked it so much I upgraded to one with the built in battery that you mentioned:

http://www.amazon.com/urlhasbeenblocked-Wire...B00RVIGY1I

But it isn't $15.
Will this alternate device work as self/battery powered wifi repeater "out of the box?" I need to extend wifi just a bit outside my home to surf in the backyard and would also like one to extend the range of a wifi quad copter.
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In for one. Been watching. A few days ago it was 16.99 but this is very good price. Great reviews too.
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