world's smallest wireless USB pocket router by ASUS
jan 18, 2013
world's smallest wireless USB pocket router by ASUS


world’s smallest ‘USB pocket router’ by ASUS

 

 

introduced as the world’s smallest fully featured wireless router by ASUS at the 2013 CES. powered from a
notebook USB port or by plugging directly into a power socket, the ‘WL-330NUL pocket router’ creates its
own secure hotspot for easy sharing of a wired or wi-fi connection with multiple devices. slightly larger than
a flash drive and weighing just 25 grams, the device features a single ethernet port for connection to a wired
network and built-in 802.11b/g/n wi-fi.

 

USB cable storage diagram

 

(left) front view, (right) rear USB view

 

power socket with wireless router

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