WiFi Router for Your Car

The next environment for internet expansion is the car.

Today we find this news at Daily Wireless:

“Travelers this summer will be able to stay plugged in at broadband speeds using The WavBoard CM3 ($379.00), by Omniwave, one of the first broadband cellular routers specifically designed to be used in a moving vehicle.

The CM3 is based on ther WavBoard EV1. Users can plug directly in using Ethernet or via Wi-Fi. Multiple users can be online at the same time.

Similar mobile wireless routers include the $299 Kyocera KR1 Mobile Router, also available through D-Link, the Linksys Router for Mobile Broadband (WRT54G3G-NA), the Entree Box, the StompBox, Junxion Box, Omniway, Possio PX40 Wireless Router and NETGEAR’s box with a Flarion backbone.”

About Daniel Davenport

Daniel is a digital media executive with internet and broadcast experience. Daniel is currently the executive strategy director at THINK Interactive.

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