Simple setup and use. Works with just about every 3G carrier in the US and several 3G modems. Those familiar with Netgear products will like this router.
Compact and light design, Compatible with a wide range of USB modems, Convenient on/off switch
Uses USB vs. PC Card 3G adapters, Easy Setup, Very portable, Downlink QoS
A touch on the bulky side. Lacks Ethernet WAN port. No battery option. Needs a log of 3G traffic to track broadband usage.
Broken Static Routing, No MAC address filtering, No Uplink QoS
By PC Mag on July 16, 2009
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By PracticallyNetworked on June 25, 2009
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By Wi-Fi Planet on June 12, 2009
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By LaptopMag on May 21, 2009
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By SmallNetBuilder on April 01, 2009
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