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The NetShair Nano is a portable Wi-Fi router that’s smaller than a smartphone charger

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Traveling is enough of a hassle without the added headache of having to figure out your internet situation once you arrive at your hotel. Just about every hotel out there offers Wi-Fi at this point, but those wireless internet fees can really add up. Meanwhile, wired internet is often free — or at least much cheaper — which means you can save a ton of money by using a wired connection and connecting a portable Wi-Fi router that’s work with all your devices.

Check out the IOGEAR NetShair Nano, a portable wireless router that’s so small you won’t even know it’s in your bag.

Some key details:

  • Super compact design USB powered ultra-portable Wi-Fi router with USB pass-through
  • Converts any wired Internet connection to Wi-Fi
  • Perfect accessory for Ultra books, MacBook Air and other devices without Ethernet ports
  • Serves as a DHCP Router or Access Point
  • Plugs into any USB port or USB charger for power
  • USB pass-though (no loss of USB port when connected)
  • Free apps for iPod/iPhone/iPad and Android operating systems
  • IEEE 802.11b/g/n compliant 150Mbps speed, Supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 64/128 bit security
IOGEAR NetShair Nano - Ultra Portable Wi-Fi Router, Access Point GWPAP1 Price: Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission

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