CES 2013: TP-LINK M5350 battery powered 3G wireless router functions as Wi-Fi hotspot

High speed wireless 3G sharing is here with TP-LINK’s M5350 which enables you to establish Wi-Fi hotspot with speeds of up to 21.6 Mbps and the ability to share the connection with up to 10 users simultaneously. The small pocket-sized design and the 2000mAh internal battery makes sure you get high speed internet for long hours. To turn this device into a Wi-Fi hotspot all you have to do is insert the 3G SIM and create a 3G Wi-Fi hotspot. TP-LINK M5350 supports HSPA+ 3G broadband connections and can be recharged on the go with a USB cable connected to a laptop, portable charger or the included adapter.

There is a SD memory card slot (32GB capacity) which allows you to use it as a storage device for any kind of data files. The OLED display of this wireless router shows all the vital information like the battery meter network type, signal strength and Wi-Fi status.

Apparently this product is the 2013 Product Design Award Winner and CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Award Honoree for its intuitive ability to make 3G connection functions as a wireless router.

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