[CES 2013] TP-LINK thinks that the conventional router wasn’t compact enough and they are now at the CES in Las Vegas showing off their new line of innovative portable wireless networking devices which intends to deliver robust wireless networking even when you are not in your home or at your desk in the office.
The Wireless N Mini Pocket Router, which is also known by the model name TL-WR810N comes with theoretical 300Mbps wireless networking capability, even though its most likely that you would unable to achieve such speeds from the device, due to other factors.
It comes with a built-in plug, so there’s no need to carry around an external power adapter while you’re on the go. All you need to do is plug the device into a power socket, insert a home, office or hotel’s Ethernet cable into one of the device’s two 100Mbps ports, and you will have access to your own personal WiFi network.
The TP-LINK Wireless N Mini Pocket Router comes configured right out the box, pre-encryption to prevent unauthorized access from users outside of the network. No pricing details has been unveiled, but the device is currently on display at the CES 2013 and will hit the market during Q2 of this year.