Satechi Smart Travel - universal travel adapter with built-in router and USB port
- Built-in WiFi router and charger
- The perfect companion on the journey
- Works worldwide
Satechi Smart Travel travel adapter with USB port is designed for four of the most common outlets around the world and offers four different modes for wireless connectivity.
You can also charge your phone, tablet, etc., both via the USB port and the usual 230 V socket. You can also connect even for instance your hair dryer, shaver, radio, etc., in the 230 V outlet.
This compact adapter charging comfortably smartphones, laptops, music players, cameras, e-book readers, portable game consoles, tablets and other devices.
Suitable electrical outlets in more than 150 countries, including the EU region, the US, Canada, Mexico, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and China using a slider that pushes the pin-compatible electrical outlets in the country you are visiting.
Charge two devices simultaneously
Use 230 V socket and USB port to charge two devices simultaneously.
Compact and portable
All pins are folded in to facilitate transportation of Smart Travel Router in a purse, computer bag, briefcase or suitcase.
Four operating modes
Works like a regular router, connect to the Internet through your ISP and sends a wireless signal, and you can create your own network. (Smart Travel Router only supports passwords containing letters and numbers. Special characters are not supported)
Connect to your existing network and reinforce this. This makes it possible to increase the range of your wireless network - invaluable if you have a weak connection in a room far away from your router.
Creating a wireless connection from a wired source. As long as an Ethernet port or Ethernet cable is available, this router connected to the wired connection and use a wireless network to which all of your devices can be connected.
Connect to devices such as a Smart TV or game console via an Ethernet cable. Then Smart Travel Router be used as a wireless adapter, with which the connected device is given access to the Internet.