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Asus travel WiFi router 330N3G unboxing

13 September 2011 54 Comments

The Asus WL 330N3G is a very unique product which is one of the world’s smallest 6 in 1 multifunctional Wifi N router and is a ideal device for some one who travels a lot and needs WiFi functionality, it can also act as a 3G Wifi router by using a 3G USB datacard.

I have made a video about the unboxing of this Asus WL 330N3G travel router and give a hardware overview about this device.

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  • Pothi Kalimuthu said:

    Wow! I was bit shocked to see such a small router. BTW, thanks for the quick unboxing.

    I have a question. While I understand it is a travel router, I wonder if it can run continuously for say more than a couple of days without being switched off. Will it affect the electronic devices inside this router, if I use continuously? Because I’m interested in replacing my existing modem with this one. Thanks.

  • Hemant Giri said:

    cool

  • geekyranjit said:

    @pothika: Hi Potika I did not yet started testing this Wifi router, but it comes with a AC adapter so you can keep it plugged if you want and on the box it says 3 years warranty………. I will do detailed testing for a week or so before I will do a review so would be in a better position to answer your questions, but do let me know what else feature you want me to test :)

  • pothika said:

    Wow! I was bit shocked to see such a small router. BTW, thanks for the quick unboxing.I have a question. While I understand it is a travel router, I wonder if it can run continuously for say more than a couple of days without being switched off. Will it affect the electronic devices inside this router, if I use continuously? Because I’m interested in replacing my existing modem with this one. Thanks.

  • Pothi Kalimuthu said:

    Wow! I was bit shocked to see such a small router. BTW, thanks for the quick unboxing.I have a question. While I understand it is a travel router, I wonder if it can run continuously for say more than a couple of days without being switched off. Will it affect the electronic devices inside this router, if I use continuously? Because I’m interested in replacing my existing modem with this one. Thanks.

  • tomyloveu said:

    cool

  • Hemant Giri said:

    cool

  • geekyranjit said:

    @pothika: Hi Potika I did not yet started testing this Wifi router, but it comes with a AC adapter so you can keep it plugged if you want and on the box it says 3 years warranty………. I will do detailed testing for a week or so before I will do a review so would be in a better position to answer your questions, but do let me know what else feature you want me to test :)

  • vasoo101 said:

    Router looks awesome.

  • vasoo101 said:

    Router looks awesome.

  • Ravi said:

    Deos it has a torrent client ???

  • kevin said:

    Hi
    I came to your site while doing a search on Beam internet in Hyderaabd.
    we dont have cable internet.Just 3G dongles and Reliance Netconnect+Tata photon etc.
    I was looking to buy this from ITgadgets. Even though my Android phone set’s up local wifi,I want to use this 330N3G with my (Voda) Zte 3570Z (3.6 mbps ) or (Aircel)Huawei E1750c (7.2 mbps).
    Kindly do a review using any 3G dongle.
    Your youtube videos are helpful.Your voice will sound better if you wear a mic near your face (echo is their now)
    Thanks

  • Ranjit (author) said:

    Hi Kevin yes I am going to review this unit but it will take a couple more days and I will post a detailed video review regarding the same.

    I am also going to review a porable WiFi hotspot device with it’s own battery backup some thing like Miwifi, you insert the 3G Sim directly in that device but I would review that product early Oct 2011.

    Cheers,
    Ranjit

  • Krishna said:

    Hey Ranjit is this router available in Hyderabad? Please give ur review video abt this.

    Thanks

  • Ranjit (author) said:

    I do not know if its available locally in Hyderabad or not review is on http://www.tech2buzz.com/internet/asus-wl-330n3g-wifi-3g-router-review

  • Krishna said:

    hey ranjit thanks…but from where u had bough?

  • John Kooz said:

    wow. that is one portable compact router!

  • johntkucz said:

    wow. that is one portable compact router!

  • John Kooz said:

    wow. that is one portable compact router!

  • Hrishi said:

    Hi, Ranjit.
    It looks superb for travellers, thanks for the full review for this router.
    I am using idea netsettler Huawei E1732, but before few months back I get it unlocked with mobile partner software and using banl card form the same device.
    My quarion is, will this unlocked device will compatible to this router?

  • sunilursmb said:

    How is the battery backup??

  • Sunil Urs said:

    How is the battery backup??

  • Gianni6727 said:

    @sunilursmb He wants to do too much, and can not do anything.Bad product, no autonomy, requires electrical outlet.If you need a 3G router is the excellent NetGear MBR624GU, costs half as fast and 50% more than the Asus.

  • geekyranjit said:

    @sunilursmb: There is no battery backup in this model.

  • sunilursmb said:

    @Gianni6727 Yeah. It also requires a 3G USB Modem to be connected.. Lame. I finally bought a Micromax MMX400r and am happy with it. It directly works with a SIM card… :-)

  • sunilursmb said:

    Yeah. It also requires a 3G USB Modem to be connected.. Lame. I finally bought a Micromax MMX400r and am happy with it. It directly works with a SIM card… :-)

  • Sunil Urs said:

    Yeah. It also requires a 3G USB Modem to be connected.. Lame. I finally bought a Micromax MMX400r and am happy with it. It directly works with a SIM card… :-)

  • geekyranjit said:

    @sunilursmb: There is no battery backup in this model.

  • Vinay Vs said:

    Hello, I am using Reliance netconnect broadband +.how can i setup my data card with Asus WL 330N3G.please help me with this.

  • vinushot808 said:

    Hello, I am using Reliance netconnect broadband +.how can i setup my data card with Asus WL 330N3G.please help me with this.

  • vinushot808 said:

    Hello, I am using Reliance netconnect broadband +.how can i setup my data card with Asus WL 330N3G.please help me with this.

  • Vinay Vs said:

    Hello, I am using Reliance netconnect broadband +.how can i setup my data card with Asus WL 330N3G.please help me with this.

  • jonassx100 said:

    can i connect another wireless router through LAN cable , i mean putting 3g usb dongle in USB Port and Then Connect to to my dlink router throuh Lan Port

  • jonassx100 said:

    can i connect another wireless router through LAN cable , i mean putting 3g usb dongle in USB Port and Then Connect to to my dlink router throuh Lan Port

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    hi Vinu, I have resolved the issue. but cannot post reply here. can you provide your mail. I will send the solution

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    Try this, Update your firmware to,
    WL-330N3G_9.0.1.7c

    Change Settings to,
    Enable :- CDMA2000,3G/3.5G Adapter:- Auto….

    Hope this helps.Enjoy!!

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    Try this, Update your firmware to,
    WL-330N3G_9.0.1.7c

    Change Settings to,
    Enable :- CDMA2000,3G/3.5G Adapter:- Auto….

    Hope this helps.Enjoy!!

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    Vinu, For some reason, I could not paste the firmware link here. Try google it in ( firmware available in “asuspartner.in”) or let me know your mail, i will send the link

  • Arun J said:

    In order to connect WL330N3G with reliance connect+, update your firmware from the below link:-

    http://asuspartner.in/Networking_videos/firmware/WL-330N3G_9.0.1.7c.rar

    Enjoy :)

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    hi Vinu, I have resolved the issue. but cannot post reply here. can you provide your mail. I will send the solution

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    Try this, Update your firmware to,WL-330N3G_9.0.1.7cChange Settings to, Enable :- CDMA2000,3G/3.5G Adapter:- Auto….Hope this helps.Enjoy!!

  • aaRJayArunn said:

    Vinu, For some reason, I could not paste the firmware link here. Try google it in ( firmware available in “asuspartner.in”) or let me know your mail, i will send the link

  • Vinay Vs said:

    vinushot@hotmail.com

  • Emanuel Guerreiro said:

    Hi Geekranjit,
    In hotspot mode after the setup of a paid connection is done through a laptop does the laptop needs to remain on or can be turned of and the
    WL-330N3G continues sharing the connection ?

  • TheAakash199 said:

    cool

  • TheAakash199 said:

    cool

  • Drezikm said:

    hi, can you tell me can you run intrenet on ipad or can it be done by this router ?thank you

  • Drezikm said:

    hi, can you tell me can you run intrenet on ipad or can it be done by this router ?thank you

  • sherry sugand said:

    why company dont give 3g 4g inbuild sim slot?

  • sherry sugand said:

    why company dont give 3g 4g inbuild sim slot?

  • Madhur Joshi said:

    hello can use my reliance netconnect dongle to this device??

  • MrTVintro said:

    Because that would double the price and where exactly do you suggest they put it on the device without making it bigger?


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