Monday, September 30th 2013

TRENDnet Releases Travel Router for the Road Warrior

TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the availability of the N150 Wireless Travel Router, model TEW-714TRU, which is designed to share a single internet connection with multiple users while on the go.

The TEW-714TRU comes in a compact form factor which plugs directly into an outlet. It has three replaceable electrical plugs -- an America, European, and British style plug to accommodate electrical outlets in almost every location.
Set the TEW-714TRU to Router Mode and plug in an Ethernet cable, with an internet connection, to convert a single wired internet connection into a wireless resource for all colleagues or family. To share a single wireless hotel (or other) internet connection, set the TEW-714TRU to WISP Mode and enter the provided Username and Password. The TEW-714TRU connects to the single access wireless network and shares it with all connected devices.

Share content with all connected devices by plugging in a USB flash or storage device into the convenient USB share port. Take advantage of the convenient changing port to charge a mobile device.

"The TEW-714TRU is designed to meet the needs of the road warrior," said Sonny Su, technology director TRENDnet. "It plugs into outlets on every continent and offers handy USB share and charging ports."

Additional Information
Warranty: 3 year limited
Product page:

Pricing and Availability
TEW-714TRU availability: This month from online and retail partners
TEW-714TRU MSRP: $59.99
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5 Comments on TRENDnet Releases Travel Router for the Road Warrior

amped wireless needs to make one of these!!!
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Semi-Retired Folder
I carry an E900, it isn't really that big and is a great travel router. And I only paid $25 for it, so if it gets broken in transit I'm not going to cry. $60 for a travel router seems a bit much.
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Ok another gadget for me to buy...
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Nice all-in-one product. Will consider. Would be even better if it also had a SIM card slot for GPRS. :pimp: And what about 12V input so that you could really use it on the road.
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