Overall the TRENDnet TEW-654TR is an excellent product. There are a few changes that we would like to see TRENDnet implement; such as a hotspot mode and a Gigabit Ethernet port. Still, despite those two items, it does exactly what it says it does.
TRENDnet provides you with everything you need to use the TEW-654TR without having to buy extras. The price is also at a great point at $59.99 U.S. over at Newegg with free shipping. This is less than many home routers while giving you better portability.
In the realm of bandwidth the TEW-654TR did much better than we expected. Originally we had thought the lack of a Gigabit ethernet connection would hinder speed. This was simply not the case inside the typical operating range (10-15 FT). If you are interested in a small ultra portable wireless device that gives you incredible flexibility and performance, you will not go wrong with the TRENDnet TEW-654TR.
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