3G WiFi routers
Do you want share your internet connection from your single 3G connection to multiple computers via ethernet or WiFi, then you need to have a look at 3G Wifi routers we have quite a few types of devices like these that can share your 3G connection with multiple device, I am going to show you the different types of 3G router and also review one which I have been testing for a week with BSNL 3G.
We can broadly divide the 3G wifi router into 2 parts the first one is the Portable Hotspot type models (some of which also come with built in battery backup) and these are very portable hence you can carry them along with you and the second types look like a Normal WiFi router and are to be used in home or small office environment these are not portable devices but can also work with your existing broadband connections like ADSL or cable modems apart from using 3G data-cards to provide internet connectivity, further some of these 3G routers have an in-built modem thus you do not need a separate 3G data card with the 3G router.
I have been testing a 3G wifi router the second type which is a Normal WiFi router that can accept a
The other good thing that I liked about this 3G router is that the Wifi coverage that was provided by the router was very strong and the range was also very good and I was able to connect multiple WiFi devices without any issues, there is an option in the router to act as a Wifi extender if you need to extend your Wifi network that can be done (I did not test the same), the build quality of the router was also surprisingly very good, This router at the time of writing this review was available on ebay.in for around Rs 3,000.
UPDATE: I have recently reviewed the ASUS RT N13U WiFi router which also supports 3G data cards and in my opinion it is a overall better router with much more functionality and if you are buying in India you can get the ASUS router with official warranty.