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Edimax 3G Broadband Router

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: May 11, 2009

Here's another 3G broadband router sent in for review -- the Edimax 802.11b/g 3G Router. It's like your regular DSL router with additional USB ports to hook in a 3G modem and also acts as a Printer server. If you have a regular DSL at home hooked up to a wireless router, you can use your SmartBro, Globe Visibility or Sun Wireless Broadband as alternative source of internet connection when the DSL goes down. Not sure how much this one costs but it's being sold at eBay.ph for Php3,900. I'll bring this on the road and set it up inside…

D-Link Load-Balancing Router: 2-in-1 DSL Router

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: September 17, 2006

Found this at the PC Express website: "The DI-LB604 is the newest addition to our range of routers that includes the industry's latest technology. It provides all the functionality needed to establish a reliable high-speed Internet link while at the same time protects past investments," said Mr George Wong, Marketing Director of D-Link International Pte Ltd. The Load-Balancing Router with features 2 WAN ports for load-balancing and a fast-acting fail-over mechanism for dropped Internet connections. 4 Ethernet ports provide wired connections to up to 4 computers. Thus, users can set up a high-performance network that offers the fastest and most…

Mouse Computer m-Stick is a PC-on-a-stick complete with a fan

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: April 3, 2015

Mouse Computer introduces a full-functioning PC squeezed into a tiny flash drive that has the basic needs of a computer -- including a cooling fan. Meet the Mouse Computer m-Stick. Mouse Computer m-Stick specs: Intel Atom Z3735F Quad-core Bay Trail processor 2GB RAM 32GB of eMMC storage Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 4.0 MicroSD slot MicroUSB port for power USB 2.0 port HDMI 4.9 x 1.5 x 0.6 inches (dimensions) 2 ounces (weight) Windows 8.1 with Bing 32-bit software As mentioned earlier, it comes with a built-in fan that should help cool down this micro PC during long periods of usage. It is currently…

Confirmed: Globe MyFi Router

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: July 24, 2010

A Globe Telecom representative sent an email confirming that their MyFi Router is already being sold in selected Globe Business Centers. This is probably in response to our earlier report about the Huawei E5830. The Globe MyFi Router is an add-on to existing Globe Tattoo Broadband plans. So, instead of just getting the Globe Tattoo USB dongle, customers will have the option to take the MyFi Router instead. An additional monthly fee of Php250 is added to your postpaid bill for the MyFi Router for the next 24 months (a total Php6,000 spread over 2 years). Globe Tattoo plans include…

Asus Eee Stick, just like the Wii Nunchuck

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: August 9, 2008

First time I saw the recently announced Asus Eee Stick, the wireless controller really looked like Nintendo's Wii Nunchuck. See for yourself. A Wii nunchuck?! An Eee Stick? What is it? The Eee stick comes with a USB dongle for wireless control. Yet, the designs and form factor is strikingly similar. These Eee Sticks will be bundled with certain models of the Eee PC and the Eee Box, along with games developed or adapted specifically for it. It has some sort of force feedback too (vibration mode). In any case, if Asus decides to sell the Eee Stick separately, you…

Smart Bro Share It Wireless Router

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: March 12, 2009

Smart Broadband, a subsidiary of Smart Communications, today launched SMART Bro Share It, a wireless router with HSDPA capability. The device is basically a wifi router and 3G/HSDPA modem in one. Smart Bro Share It is available with a Plan 999 monthly subscription, which comes with up to 90 hours of Internet access, at speeds of up to 2 mbps in key cities in the country. Usage in excess of 90 hours will be charged P.35 for every minute. Initial cash-out for the 12-month subscription is Php3,499, which includes the one-time payment of Php2,500 for the device, plus the first…

Globe Broadband Tattoo at 2Mbps

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: February 26, 2009

Okay, I think I spoke too soon. Just got this press release from Globe that they renamed their 3G internet service to Globe Broadband Tattoo. Globe Broadband Tattoo, formerly known as Globe Visibility, uses a USB stick that works as a modem (more like a re-brand of Globe Visibility). Globe has also upgraded their network so users can get speeds of up to 2 Mbps. Globe redesigned Globe Broadband Tattoo with some funky designs featuring artworks in black, orange, or blue. The Globe Broadband Tattoo Prepaid Kit comes with a free Php100 load that is equivalent to five hours of…

Sun Broadband Prepaid Kit drops to just Php595 a pop

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: March 4, 2014

Just learned that the prepaid broadband kit of Sun has become more affordable with the list price now down to Php595 from the previous Php795 price. The prepaid kit comes with the broadband stick, a prepaid SIM card and free one hour internet load. While we already have multiple backup connections, it is still sensible to have a prepaid kit since you will only have to spend for it when you need them and not worry about paying for monthly dues. Sun Cellular also promises a stronger and wider signal nationwide so the price drop does not equate with a…

Sky Broadband offers 5Mbps at Php999

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: March 19, 2011

Sky Broadband is set to launch a new offering for their internet service -- a special broadband plan of (up to) 5Mbps at only Php999 a month with a 15GB cap. Now that looks like a very attractive offer if you're not really a heavy user and don't spend a lot of time surfing at home (mostly people checking emails, FB and Twitter with a little bit of YouTube now and then). Telco insiders are saying that around 80% of broadband users don't really consume more than 15GB of traffic a month, then this alternative plan is for them. If…

3G Mobile WiFi Router: D-Link DIR-451

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: March 15, 2009

Those who were interested in the Smart Bro Share It Wireless Router but want to use any mobile 3G provider may want to look into this 3G router by D-Link, the DIR451. This has been available locally for some time now and has been listed at Villman for a while. It's basically a wifi router that also acts as a 3G modem (similar to the SmartBro Share It). D-Link DIR-451 3G Mobile Router UMTS/HSDPA WiFi 802.11 b/g WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security Dual active firewalls (SPI and NAT) 4-port 10/100 LAN The retail price though is a but higher, at…