If you often need to share your Internet connection where a power outlet isn’t available, the 3G-6218n 3G router is the best choice for you. Not only is the 3G-6218n currently the smallest 3G router around, the built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery allows this miniature 3G router to be used virtually anywhere. Multiple users can enjoy up to 4 hours of wireless connectivity in a park, on a train, or even in the desert on battery power alone.
Simply connect a 3G/3.5G USB modem card to the built-in USB port and this little broadband router will share your Internet connection with others at speeds of up to 14.4Mbps. When 3G/3.5G Internet access is not available, you also have the option of connecting a cable/xDSL modem to this device via the built-in Ethernet port. The 3G-6218n is capable of switching to your wired Internet connection automatically.
Besides supporting both 3G/3.5G and Cable/xDSL modems, the 3G-6218n 3G router also supports Internet tethering via many major smart phones on the market—like iPhone, HTC, Blackberry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and other smart phones.
With the latest green Ethernet technology, the 3G-6218n is able to adjust its power supply according to Ethernet activity and the length of the cable used. By using only the amount of power needed, this 3G router allows for high performance while maintaining minimum power consumption.
The Edimax 3G-6218n complies with IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards. Its wireless data transmission rate can reach up to 150Mbps and its signal coverage is 3 times greater than standard 802.11g/b routers.
- Supports both 3G/3.5G and cable/xDSL modems
- Automatically switches to cable/xDSL connection when 3G is not available
- Internet tethering via iPhone, HTC, Blackberry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and other smart phones