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Edimax 3G-6210N 3G Wireless Portable Broadband Router £56.98 @ Base.com
Edimax 3G-6210N 3G Wireless Portable Broadband Router £56.98  @ Base.com

Edimax 3G-6210N 3G Wireless Portable Broadband Router £56.98 @ Base.com

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Compact Size and Bulit -in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery The 3G-6210n is currently the smallest wireless 3G router. The compact design is convenient to carry for all mobile users. The 3G-6210n built in rechargeable li -ion battery. Utilize the rechargeable Li-ion battery, user can access Internet wirelessly via 3G modem card up to 1.5 hours.

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Wireless N 150Mbps
Shares 3G connection or xDSL/Cable connection with network users
Supports xDSL or cable broadband backup when 3G is not available
Provides USB 2.0 Port for 3G/3.5G modem
Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery

5 Comments

Original Poster

Good for if you are out on the road like me. Battery lasts long enough (1.5hours) and the size of it is rediculous. If you have an iPhone then you will have no problem fitting this in your pocket. For the size and the price, it is a winner for me

i dont get what this does sorry bit thick x

Original Poster

Sorry, I just copied the description straight from their site. It is a small portable router basically, like the one you would have at home but it has a battery in it and you can plug in a 3G USB dongle. It means you can have a wireless broadband connection while you are travelling around the place i.e. On a train or meeting room or whatever.
Wherever you look, I think this is a good deal as it is very small, convenient and lets me do what I need to do for a good price.

Isn't this just a more confusing version of 3's Mifi? Worse battery life and more expensive too.

This can work with any 3G dongle, swapping as necessary for signal reception.
It also works as a wired router in two different ways:

plug into a wired netowork point (e.g. on wall in hotel), and share that over wifi.
or plug into a non-wifi pc and it will give internet access via ethernet.

Mifi is on 3 network only (unless unlocked), and only has an internal sim, no wired capability.

Edited by: "mikerr" 29th Aug 2010
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