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Kyocera KR Wireless Mobile Router

If you need a wireless broadband network at any place or any time - the KR1 Mobile Router is your all-in-one solution. The KR1 Mobile Router utilizes 1xEV-DO as the WAN backhaul and supports many different computers and devices - for high speed wireless data transfer. No more drooling around with conventional dial-up, now you are ready to tackle full workload and multi-task. The KR1 mobile router is the best solution for traveling professionals: sales people, consultants, dispatchers, and more.

The KR1 Mobile Router can easily be compared to the broadband service you have hooked up at your home. Download and upload speeds are easily comparable to those of Comcast High-Speed Internet Cable and SBC DSL service. The Kyocera KR1 mobile router has the ability to connect many different computers directly to the Web, using only one broadband EV-DO PC card. The KR1 is essentially a command hub, talking to other local computers over the 802.

11b/g wireless connection, as well as to the web with the 1xEV-DO card. Due to the integrated RJ45 ports, you will not find the need to drag an additional router with you to connect multiple machines to the network since all is included with this device. Even when you do run out of ports, you still have the option of establishing a connection via the embedded WiFi within the device.

The Kyocera KR1 will also let your home PC use your notebook's access card. Simply plug it in and you are ready to go, it's easy as 1-2-3. The KR1 will also allow you to make a Wi-Fi hotspot anywhere - an ability that's very handy if other regular broadband connections aren't available. Due to certain restrictions within some networks, it is to expect that the more devices attempt to share the broadband connection, rather unsatisfactory and slow downstream and upstream rates are to be expected. It is to note that even though this is a marvelous product introduced to you by Kyocera, it has its limitations. The Kyocera KR1 also boasts advanced firewall and other security controls.

The configuration is pretty simple and user friendly, and set up is a breeze. The KR1 also features integrated 10/100 mbps switch, along with four different Ethernet ports so in case you are stuck without wireless connection possibilities the ports will accommodate your machine. There's also an easy access control to manage a variety of users. The multiple users of the KR1 have the ability to share different high speed connections - with speeds of up to 2.4 MB per second - with typical speeds coming in at 400-700+ Kb per second. All this depends on the carrier you choose and speeds may also depend on location and overall reception and wireless coverage.

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