Most of us use a router in our homes to share our wireless signal with multiple devices, but when you’re on vacation or a business trip it can be tougher to achieve the same convenience. In some cases you’ll encounter a setup in which the only option is a wired hookup, and that will do little good for your smartphone and tablet. Other times you might get charged per gadget you want to connect, which will leave you in bad shape if your workflow involves many devices.
Fortunately, you can get an inexpensive router that you can slip in your pocket but will still provide impressive security, power and other features allowing you to charge your devices, stream music or video, and share files securely.
Our sister site Social Web Q and A recently took a closer look into these useful tools and shares advice on what to look for and how to choose the right model for your needs. Read the article here
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