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All-in-1 HooToo TripMate Wireless N Portable Travel Router 5200mAh Power Bank, USB Storage Wi-Fi Media Sharing, Access Point, Wi-Fi Mini Router Bridge
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[All-in-1] HooToo® TripMate Wireless N Portable Travel Router (5200mAh Power Bank, USB Storage Wi-Fi Media Sharing, Access Point, Wi-Fi Mini Router & Bridge)

I just ordered one. This thing looks pretty great! Enter code I7GC97HO for $10 off at checkout. $39.99 w/fsss

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DTPYRTI/   

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Whether you are an International business traveler, road warrior, or a college student living in a dormitory, the NEW HooToo TripMate HT-TM01 is the perfect solution for your tech needs away from home. The TripMate is a wireless router, power bank, wireless USB storage reader, and media sharing device all-in-one! It is small, lightweight and fits easily in your pocket or even the smallest of handbags!
- Instantly convert wired network to wireless (through AP/Router/Bridge Mode)
- Network Attached Storage enabled, easy sharing between USB storage and iOS/Android devices
- Download free app "HooToo TripMate" to share photo/movie/music from iOS and Android devices
- Built-in 5200 mAh external charger to rejuvenate your mobile phones/tablets (Samsung, Apple, etc)
- Platforms: Windows/Mac/iOS/Android
- Admin setup page: Point your browser to 10.10.10.254 after your device is connected with TripMate

Specifications:

- CPU: Ralink RT 5350 MIPS24KEc 360 MHz Flash: 8M SPI FLASH
- WiFi: Frequency: 2.4 GHZ Speed : 72M @ 20MHz / 150M @ 40MHz 
- SDRAM:32MB(256Mbit)
- WAN Port: RJ45 Ethernet 100M/s
- Signal Strength: 2dBi(Wi-Fi) - 14dBi(Main Chip)
- Emission(EMI), Safety Certs.: FCC Class B / CE / CEC (California Energy Commission)

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Very cool. I still carry an old Linksys travel router. If I just hadn't bought a second power bank I might have jumped.

In 4 One. Thanks!

Looks like this has a lot of uses for me. In for one, thanks OP.



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