Rover Puck

by Clearwire


OnHub Wi-Fi router

by TP-Link


Network Radar

by Daniel Diener

Network Radar

Trek PR2000 Travel Router and Range Extender

by Netgear

Netgear Trek travel router
  • Extremely simple 4G setup
  • Attractive pricing plan option
  • Sturdy, slick, portable device
  • Wireless LAN capabilities seemed reliable
  • Extremely easy to set up and use
  • Attractive price/performance ratio
  • Can be managed from the cloud
  • Trusted platform module to foil hackers
  • High TCP throughput, especially at long range
  • Dual Ethernet ports
  • Can also operate as a Wi-Fi range extender bridge
  • You must have 4G, which isn't everywhere
  • WPA appears to be the only security
  • Determining when you have a solid connection isn't easy
  • Many settings can’t be changed
  • No USB storage or printer sharing
  • No guest network
  • Only one LAN port
  • Limited to 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n
  • No support for cellular USB modems
  • No DLNA media server
At A Glance

The OnHub balances price and performance, and makes configuring your Wi-Fi simple. But many decisions are made for you, and they can't be changed.

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