Can one tiny product conquer my frustrations - and the goats?
When you order Wi-Fi but get goats instead
Conquering the goats and the tree house
In short, I wouldn't have needed to walk over to the neighbour's in goat-ville - NETGEAR would have picked up on that signal for me! And in the tree house? Worked like a charm! In spotty public Wi-Fi hot spots like cafes? You'll have the best connection in the house.
Start saving money - yes, saving!
Is it built for travel?
There is one thing I'd change about the NETGEAR travel router - but this might be just me. While it is quite small and very portable, I would LOVE for it to be even smaller. An even tinier version would be great for carry-on only packers like me as well as for 'coffice' workers to toss into purses and backpacks. At less than $50 the price point is extremely reasonable and I don't think I'd be alone in my willingness to pay more for something even smaller. (Note: It's finally happened! ME, wanting to pay MORE for something!).
A final piece of advice
I've been making a lot of changes this year to make my use of technology safer, faster, and more effective. Using NETGEAR is just one part of that process and its travel router now has a permanent place in my tech-travel bag. I'm looking forward to it making my life, work, and travel MUCH less frustrating!
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Disclaimer: I am a NETGEAR Ambassador and I received this product in exchange for my honest, unbiased opinion and review.