ASUS unveiled a device at CES 2013 that went largely unnoticed: a wireless router approximately the size of a thumb drive. ASUS is calling the WL-330NUL the “world’s smallest USB wireless router,” and we haven’t seen any other products that would rebut this statement.
This pocket-sized router includes an Ethernet port, a fold-away USB port for power and emits an 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi signal. At 65 x 20 x 15 millimeters with a weight of only 25 grams, this router can easily fit inside a bag or pocket, bringing fast Wi-Fi to any location with a wired Ethernet connection.
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