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Netgear Launches 3G Mobile Broadband Wi-Fi Router

Posted: 08th Jan, 2009 By: MarkJ
Netgear has unveiled its latest MBR624GU wireless broadband router at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (USA). On the surface it's your typical router with Wi-Fi, ADSL or Cable land-line broadband support, four Ethernet (LAN) ports and a firewall etc. It is also Netgear’s first router to include a USB port for Mobile Broadband (3G) USB Modems (Dongles).

Netgear MBR624GU Mobile and Land-Line Broadband Router

Several other router manufacturers, such as D-Link's DIR-825, have already put out similar products that allow customers to hook in their Mobile Broadband modems as a backup. Sadly Netgears new router does have certain limits, which start with the fact that it only supports the older style of 54Mbps 802.11g wireless networking and not the faster Draft N spec. There's also no WAN port for connecting in other broadband modems and related network devices.
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