To download a quick setup guide for the Smart Travel Router, right click here and select "save link as..."
The Smart Travel Router can only support passwords containing letters and numbers. Special characters cannot be used.
Fits electrical outlets in over 150 countries in the US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China by sliding the adapter button to extract a prong to match the country you’re visiting.
Charge two devices simultaneously
Use the AC power port and the USB port to charge two devices at once.
Compact and Portable
All prongs retract to easily transport the Smart Travel Router in a purse, laptop bag, briefcase, carry-on bag, or suitcase.
Four Networking Modes
Functions as a typical router, connecting to the internet provided by your ISP and broadcasting a wireless signal, enabling you to create your own network.
Connect to your existing network and amplify it. This enables you to extend the range of your wireless network – invaluable if you have a weak connection in a room far away from your router.
Create a wireless connection from a wired source. If only an Ethernet port or Ethernet cable is available, the router can connect to the wired connection and broadcast a wireless network that all your devices can connect to.
Connect to a device such as a Smart TV or video game console via an Ethernet cable. The Smart Travel Router can then be used as a wireless adapter, enabling the connected device to connect to the internet wirelessly.
This charger adapter converts the power prongs only and does not convert electrical output current and voltage. Please make sure your device carries an electrical converter to match the electrical output of the country you will be visiting. This charger adapter is recommended for use with unearthed or double-insulated appliances only, as it contains no grounding.
WAN/LAN Port: 10/100Mbps
Aux Cable: IEEE 802.11n/g/b up to 150Mbps
AC power rating: 6A max. 100-240Vac (110Vac max. 660Watt, 230Vac max. 1380Watt)
USB port rating: 2.1A + 5Vdc (10.5W)
Built-in 6A fuse protection
USB type A charge port
- You mentioned the Travel Router support hotel authentication portals. Some hotels charge per device, so I currently I use my laptop with two wireless cards (built-in and USB) to connect to a hotel wifi (1 device) and then use the other wireless card to generate a hotspot for my smartphone. Since the laptop is bulky to travel with, can your Travel Router do the same thing (connect to the hotel wifi and create a hotspot)? Thanks!
- How do I set up the travel router in repeater mode? That is not one of the modes listed in the web interface. The web interface shows the following modes: bridge, gateway, ethernet converter and ap client. Following the quick setup for wireless and your video I think I have it set up right but the mode shows as ap client. Is this correct?
- If I set the travel router to Access Point mode at home prior to my travel, then unplug it from electrical outlet during travelling, will it still be in Access Point mode after I reached my destination? Do I always need to have a computer (with a web browser) to switch the travel router between different modes?