CradlePoint Brings Pair Of New 4G Routers To CES 2010

Posted: Jan 4 2010, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:33pm CDT, in News | CES

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With CES 2010 kicking off this week there is a glut of new products being announced. CradlePoint is announcing that it will be showing off two new 4G products at the show. One of the devices is a portable router for people on the go and one router will be for the home and office.

Both of the products are pre-release status and will be shown off to media at the show. The mobile router is a pocket size device that has a USB port allowing the use of 3G modems. The device also features an 802.11n radio for longer range and allows access by up to 16 people at once.

The device supports VPN, WPA, and WEP security. The internal battery is good for up to four hours of use. The other router is for the home or small office and brings WiMax and 4G covered inside with a USB port for 3G modems. The device supports up to 16 people at once and has four LAN ports and a WAN port. The device supports VPN, WPA, and WEB security and has failover of wired to wireless for redundancy. There is no word on availability or pricing at this time.

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