The TL-WR702N is designed for use with tablets, smart phones, handheld game
consoles and other portable electronic wireless devices. The device, which can
be powered by an external power adapter or USB connection to a computer, can
conveniently connect to the internet and share the connection around an average
sized room at 150Mbps.The device’s tiny size makes it ideal for use on the road
and is powerful enough to satisfy almost any basic wireless application
Portable and Compact—Ideal for Home and Travel Use
TL-WR702N is the smallest wireless router in the world and very easy to use.
A traveler need simply plug a hotel room’s WAN cable into the port provided and
enter a default password to instantly create a wireless hotspot in the room.
Flexible Power Supply—Easy to Take on the Road
TL-WR702N has a Micro USB port and can be powered by an external power
adapter or via a USB connection to a computer. When traveling, users can plug
the TL-WR702N into their computer’s USB port and share their Wi-Fi connection
with family and friends.
Multiple Operating Modes
TL-WR702N supports AP, Router, Bridge, Client and Repeater modes to enable
various wireless applications to give users a more dynamic and comprehensive
wireless networking experience.
TL-WR702N provides WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryptions, which can effectively and
efficiently protect the wireless network. What makes the nano router more
powerful is its Pre-Encryption function which sets the initial SSID and Password
for users to protect their wireless security.
Fix a bug that some websites cannot be accessed because of the wrong
interpretation of DHCP option33 when connected in dual access mode (Russian
Please verify the hardware version of your device for the firmware
version. Wrong firmware upgrade may damage your device and void the
Do NOT turn off the power during upgrade.
Do NOT upgrade the firmware through wireless connection unless the
device only has wireless connection;
It's recommended that users stop all Internet applications on the
computer, or simply disconnect Internet line from the device before upgrade.
Use decompression software such as WinZIP or WinRAR to extract the file
you download before upgrade.