Port Map 1.3.1

by The Coding Monkeys

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Trek PR2000 Travel Router and Range Extender

by Netgear

Netgear Trek travel router
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TL-MR3040 Portable Battery Powered 3G/4G Wireless N Router

by TP-Link

TP-Link TL-MR3040 travel router
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TL-WR710N 150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router

by TP-Link

TP-Link TL-WR710N travel router
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Price
Pros
  • High TCP throughput, especially at long range
  • Dual Ethernet ports
  • Can also operate as a Wi-Fi range extender bridge
  • Very compact form factor
  • Can operate on battery power
  • Supports cellular USB modems
  • Versatile operational modes
  • Dual Ethernet ports
  • USB port for file sharing, media streaming, or device charging
Cons
  • Limited to 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n
  • No support for cellular USB modems
  • No DLNA media server
  • Supports 3G modems
  • No support for sharing USB storage
  • Doesn’t support WPS, even in software
  • Much slower than the D-Link DIR-510L and Netgear Trek
  • Doesn’t support cellular USB modems
  • No WPS button
At A Glance

The Netgear Trek is extremely versatile and it delivers great speed and range, but it operates only on the 2.4GHz frequency band.

This mighty-mite would be even more powerful if it supported just a couple more features, but it’s a compelling value nonetheless.

If you like fiddling with knobs (in software, that is), the TP-Link TL-WR710N gives you plenty to do. It has a solid feature set, but its performance lags the offerings from D-Link and Netgear. It's also very inexpensive.