Wi-REACH Classic turns your ugly USB modem into a Wi-Fi hotspot

Do you know that there is a mobile, battery-operated device out there than can turn your ugly USB modem into a Wi-Fi hotspot that can be shared by up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices? What is the name of the device? Read on to find out.

Wi-REACH Classic turns your ugly USB modem into a Wi-Fi hotspot

I got this piece of news from a press release published via Business Wire yesterday and the featured gadget has certainly caught my attention.

The gadget is called Wi-REACH Classic and it is a mobile device that is free from power cables since it is powered with nothing but batteries. Once you plug in your 3G/4G USB modem to the device, Wi-REACH Classic will instantly creates a personal, shareable Wi-Fi hotspot that can be shared by up 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices such as digital cameras, laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices. Wi-REACH Classis is powered by rechargeable batteries and Connect One who designed Wi-REACH Classic claims that the device can offer users up to 5 hours of up time. By default, Wi-REACH Classic supports 3G/4G USB modems but One Connect also said that users can use their Wi-REACH Classic devices for next-generation mobile networks such as WiMAX and LTE after upgrading their devices with some downloadable software upgrades.

Wi-REACH Classic

Wi-REACH Classic is a great example of a mobile device that provides convenience to those who spends a lot of time outside the office. It’s not that expensive too, you can get one for a mere $99 bucks. I want one! :)

Via Business Wire
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