Edimax Technology, the world's leading provider of advanced network communication and IP surveillance products, today announced the launch of the world's smallest 3G router in India, the Edimax 3G-6200nL 150Mbps Wireless 3G Compact Router. Priced at Rs.3,999, the router is now available, across all major hardware stores across the country.
The smallest 3G router yet
The Edimax 3G-6200nL is a compact and powerful wireless 3G router that supports 3G/3.5G connection speeds of up to 7.2Mbps. By connecting either a 3G or 3.5G USB modem card to this miniature broadband router, all the devices in the network can share the Internet connection. The built-in Ethernet WAN port also allows you to use it with an xDSL or cable modem. Users with both kinds of Internet services will enjoy the router's connection fail-over function, which allows the router to automatically switch to the cable/xDSL connection when 3G/3.5G Internet access is not available. This Edimax wireless router is a high-speed solution that complies with IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards. The latest wireless MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) technology is built into this router to broaden its Wi-Fi coverage and to eliminate dead spots within the signal range. When it is connected to IEEE 802.11n wireless devices, this Edimax wireless router can reach Wi-Fi speeds of up to 150Mbps. The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on this Edimax router allows for simple, push-button device connection. Simply push the WPS button on this router and on a client device, and you can establish a secure Wi-Fi connection between the two devices instantly.
Some of the highlighted feature include:
- Shares 3G/3.5G or xDSL/cable connections with multiple users
- Automatic xDSL/cable back-up when 3G/3.5G is not available
- USB 2.0 port for UMTS/HSDPA/CDMA mobile Internet services
- Features print server functionality
- Complies with IEEE 802.11b/g and compatible with IEEE 802.11n wireless standards
- Supports WEP, WPA, WPA2, DDNS, QoS, anti-DoS firewall, MAC/IP filtering, URL blocking, virtual server, and DMZ
Published Date: Mar 12, 2012 11:27 am | Updated Date: Mar 12, 2012 11:27 am