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Compact, affordable, and easy-to-use, the RB-1602 Wireless 3-in-1 Pocket N+ Broadband Router from Sapido is a router, bridge, and access point all in one. For Internet access, the router has a WAN Ethernet port for establishing a wired connection to a cable modem, ADSL modem, or, as commonly found in hotels and offices, a LAN network jack. In addition, the router can also spread a wireless signal when wirelessly connected to WiFi modems or other wireless routers. Since this router is designed to 802.11n wireless specifications, you can connect a vast array of WiFi devices at a data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbps. It can also connect to wireless devices that are only compatible with 802.11b or 802.11g standards. Plus, with one built-in 10/100 Mbps Ethernet LAN port, you can also establish a wired connection to your computer.
Because the router is designed to be portable, it can be powered by a laptop while you're on the go or away from a power outlet. You'll need a Y type USB cable to connect up a laptop. Also, the router is built to 802.3az Ethernet standards and features a built-in Green AP technology. With these, the router can moderate its power consumption as it needs, which ends up wasting less energy. For security, you can either utilize the one-touch WPS encryption button or you can use the more advanced security options. This router is compatible with your Windows, Mac, or Linux computer.
Fast Data Transfer Speeds
When connecting wireless-N devices, you can experience data transfer rates at up to 150 Mbps
You can eliminate dead spots in your home or office by using the router as a wireless bridge to spread wireless signals sent from another router in a different part of the building
You can use the router as an access point, so that when connected to a wireless WiFi router, such as in a coffee shop, the router can send the signal to other wireless devices, like a PDA, computer, or smartphone
Send Wireless Signals from Network LAN Jack
You can establish a wired connection to a network LAN jack, as commonly found in hotels or offices, and send wireless signals out to other WiFi-enabled devices that way
Power from Your Laptop
With a USB Y-type cable, you can power the router from your laptop. This feature's especially convenient when you want to use the router as an access point and share with other WiFi-enabled devices public WiFi access that you're receiving
Reduced Power Consumption
The router is compliant with the latest 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet standard and utilizes a built-in Green AP technology. As a result, it uses energy more efficiently by detecting when the router needs less power and adjusting its power consumption accordingly
One Touch WPS Encryption and Connection
Establishing an encrypted wireless Internet connection is easy. All you need to do is press the WPS button on the router and it will self-configure the security or you can configure it yourself
Beyond WPS security, you will also have WEP 64 or 128-bit encryption as well as WPA, WPA2, WPA2-Mixed security protocols
If you want to host a web or mail server for instance behind your Gateway's NAT firewall, you can do so with the Virtual Server and DMZ functions
Unique Domain Name
Type in your server's unique domain name to easily find it