TP-LINK this week showcased their latest portable 3G/3.75G wireless N router, the TL-MR3020, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV.
With smartphones, tablets, and ultrabooks on showcase, TP-LINK aims to connect all of your devices to the cloud without having to spring for separate data plans.
The TL-MR3020 works by simply attaching a 3G modem onto a USB port on the side of the device, and switching the unit to 3G router mode.
In addition, the device can function as a WISP client router for WISP access and wireless sharing, as well as a travel router mode for access point duties and Wi-Fi repeater Ethernet bridge.
The TL-MR3020 measures 2.6 in. x 0.86 in. x 2.9 in. and can be powered via usb or power adapter. Primarily sold through internet retailers, TP-LINK representatives stated future plans for traditional brick and mortar distribution are in the works.