Saturday, May 23, 2009

Pocket wifi router uses cell signal and battery

Here's an interesting piece of tech: a router (NY Times article) that gets signal from the cellular network, and can sit in your pocket, giving you wifi access wherever you want to sit with your laptop, and without a card protruding from your laptop or dangling off of a cable.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, what a cool device! Cradle Point had a similar product but it required being connected to a 3G cell phone or a USB 3G network adaptor. It's very cool that everything is in one small box now!