How aggravating is it when you’re traveling and you pay $10 or $15 per night for wireless internet, and it only works on one device? Come one, hotels… aren’t you already milking us enough? Well guess what: the BGR Deals team has a solution that is absolutely perfect for travelers. The HooToo Wireless Travel Router is a wireless router, and 10,400 mAh portable battery pack in one, so it can charge all your devices on the go and then broadcast Wi-Fi to everything in your hotel room when you plug it into your room’s wired ethernet port. Talk about a win/win!
Here are some key details:
- ENDLESS MEDIA STREAMING: Seamlessly stream your videos, photos, and music to your connected TVs, media players, smartphones, tablets, TV sticks and other DLNA devices. Also can share your precious photos and videos with family and friends using the TripMate Plus mobile or desktop app.
- TRAVEL ROUTER: Instantly convert a wired network to wireless. Also can bridge an existing wireless network, create your own secure Wi-Fi network.
- FREE UP SPACE: Backup your photos and videos from your iPhone, Android phones, iPad or other mobile devices to attached USB flash drive, hard disk. Free up space on your phones.
- BRAND NEW CHIP: New MTK7620 core enables you to plug multiple USB hard drives or flash drives with a USB hub to the TripMate Titan. Transfer photos, videos, and music within your USB storage devices and mobile devices.
- 10400mAh POWER BANK: Built-in 10400mAh power bank (5V/2.1A) enables you charge most smartphones 3 times. And you can have more time to enjoy your iPad.
Worried that it sounds too good to be true? Don’t fret — this little gadget that’s shorter than a cell phone has a 4.4-star rating from nearly 500 customer reviews on Amazon.
HooToo Wireless Travel Router: $39.50 with free Prime shipping
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