Asus unveils the world’s smallest router, the WL-330NUL

by Gavril Mankoo

While display screens keep growing bigger, other computer peripherals have begun shrinking, particularly routers. Leading the way is Asus’s latest, the WL-330NUL. Crowned as the world’s smallest full wireless network sharing router, the device resembles a flash-drive! Asus unveiled this tiny yet power device at CES 2013.

This compact router supports 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity and various security protocols. To be connected to computers using the USB port, the WL-330NUL router is capable of receiving Wi-Fi and sharing wireless hotspots using the integrated Ethernet port! Stay tuned for pricing details of this little wonder.


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