Netgear Trek N300 PR2000-100EUS Universal Wi-Fi Travel Router and Range Extender £19.99 @ mymemory
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Netgear Trek N300 PR2000-100EUS Universal Wi-Fi Travel Router and Range Extender £19.99 @ mymemory

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Found 23rd Feb 2015
After a couple of weeks of research I decided to get this bad boy for my travels. I was going to get it from Amazon for £29.99 last week. The price dropped down to £19.99 and I don't think it will go any lower for long time. If you have and eye on this travel router, now is the best time.

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Instantly share any public Internet connection and stay secure with firewall protection for public hotspots with NETGEAR Trek Travel Router and Range Extender. With a powerful flip-out antenna, you’ll enjoy increased range whether you use it on the go, or at home. This compact device can be used as a router, range extender, access point or bridge to keep you connected wherever you trek.

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These are great, I travel a lot and use both my phone and laptop/tablet in hotels, some still don't offer free wifi so I now only pay for one connection and use this to use multiple devices it also offers a little bit of protection as it has its own firewall.

My advice though is have a play with it at home before you leave as it is a little confusing at first, once you have it set up though it's great.
Edited by: "28081947" 23rd Feb 2015

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28081947

These are great, I travel a lot and use both my phone and laptop/tablet … These are great, I travel a lot and use both my phone and laptop/tablet in hotels, some still don't offer free wifi so I now only pay for one connection and use this to use multiple devices it also offers a little bit of protection as it has its own firewall.My advice though is have a play with it at home before you leave as it is a little confusing at first, once you have it set up though it's great.


Thanks for your comment.
After my research and reading so much great reviews I just knew "I really need it"
Yes it's plain greed asking you to pay for internet per device, not a room in hotels. Do you have a good source for settings you would like to share with us? Not sure how complicated it will be to set everything up.

Thanks, had an alert waiting on this deal after my parents nicked the one I bought from Amazon last summer!

Ordered

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daern

Thanks, had an alert waiting on this deal after my parents nicked the one … Thanks, had an alert waiting on this deal after my parents nicked the one I bought from Amazon last summer!Ordered


Don't forget to glue this one to the socket

Santa001

Thanks for your comment.After my research and reading so much great … Thanks for your comment.After my research and reading so much great reviews I just knew "I really need it" :)Yes it's plain greed asking you to pay for internet per device, not a room in hotels. Do you have a good source for settings you would like to share with us? Not sure how complicated it will be to set everything up.



My advice would be to set up you connection at home I would change the default settings i.e. the SSID and the password and also hide the SSID on the device just in case, then when you get to your hotel simply get the connection settings from reception, plug in your Trek and from one of your devices login to the hotel hotspot.

What I also like about the Trek is that you can connect via an Ethernet cable if the hotel provides a connection point.

My one gripe with the Trek is the plug connection if you are using European/American plug adapter it tends to pull downwards, I have purchased a figure of 8 cable (I got the USA, Europe and UK versions) and just connect to the mains using this.

Original Poster

28081947

My advice would be to set up you connection at home I would change the … My advice would be to set up you connection at home I would change the default settings i.e. the SSID and the password and also hide the SSID on the device just in case, then when you get to your hotel simply get the connection settings from reception, plug in your Trek and from one of your devices login to the hotel hotspot.What I also like about the Trek is that you can connect via an Ethernet cable if the hotel provides a connection point.My one gripe with the Trek is the plug connection if you are using European/American plug adapter it tends to pull downwards, I have purchased a figure of 8 cable (I got the USA, Europe and UK versions) and just connect to the mains using this.


Thanks for the suggestions, I'll definitely be playing with it for a while.

Hi, any idea how this device works with those wifi connections that have a browser based cookie? (Where you login and then the browser authenticates and gives you a session for that login... Like "_The_Cloud" and others like it)

kdsilva

Hi, any idea how this device works with those wifi connections that have … Hi, any idea how this device works with those wifi connections that have a browser based cookie? (Where you login and then the browser authenticates and gives you a session for that login... Like "_The_Cloud" and others like it)


Once you connect using any browser on any device you'll be able to use the wifi on all the devices. Simples (_;)
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