Asus WL-330NUL is the world’s smallest router

Taiwanese multinational computer hardware and electronics company Asus has introduced the WL-330NUL router which the company is claiming to be the world’s smallest router.

The pocket-sized USB device is designed especially for those people who travel often and uses smartphones, notebooks and tablets to keep one connected with modes including Ethernet, Wi-Fi and access point. It works as a normal router while providing you with more flexibility and accessibility allowing you to share a single connection on multiple devices.

Asus world’s smallest USB router WL-330NUL

Asus world’s smallest USB router WL-330NUL

Asus world’s smallest USB router WL-330NUL is compatible with Windows 8, Mac OS and iOS and other operating systems too. It supports secure networking, maintains privacy and keeps you data safe. The device setup process is hazard free and it pairs easily with Ultrabooks.

The WL-330NUL weighing 17.5g and measuring 6.5cm in length is expected to be released on Valentine’s Day.

Asus world’s smallest USB router WL-330NUL

Asus world’s smallest USB router WL-330NUL

Via: Asus

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