A new wireless router creates a 3G broadband hotspot
Edimax’s new 3G-6200n wireless 3G broadband router can share a 3G/3.5G Internet connection and supports speeds of up to 7.2Mbps. It also comes with a built-in Ethernet WAN port for cable modem or xDSL modem.
The unit was designed for users looking for the freedom in sharing their 3G Broadband by creating an instant and secure 3G Broadband wireless hotspot.
With the Edimax 3G-6200n Wireless 3G Broadband Router, users can easily set up their own wireless hotspot at home or while traveling interstate. Gone are the days of looking for wireless hotspots only to discover that they are slow and vulnerable to security intrusions.
Employees away from the office needing to keep up to date with their emails and work but are time-committed to a tradeshow booth or attending a conference, the Edimax 3G-6200n solves the offline issue through sharing of a wireless 3G USB device.
Populations living in metropolitan cities can now enjoy the flexibility of choosing either LAN, WAN or 3G access point using the Edimax 3G-6200n.
Students and light Internet users claimed to be able to reduce costs in directly using an existing 3G Broadband account without the fixed line costs of ADSL.
With increasing 3G Broadband coverage across the country, it will also now be easier to share fast Broadband access for rural Australians who are increasingly reliant on accessing the Internet, claims the manufacturer.
The router supports all of the 3G/3.5G broadband carriers in Australia. When 3G is not available the router supports an xDSL or cable broadband as an easy alternative.