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Briefly: New 802.11n travel router, 5GHz optical mouse from Rapoo

updated 01:13 pm EST, Tue December 3, 2013

StarTech's travel router connects mobile devices to wired networks

StarTech has announced the availability of its latest product, the Wireless-N Travel Router, which lets users create a WiFi hotspot from a wired network connection. Able to connect wireless-only mobile devices (such as tablets or smartphones) to a wired network, the Wireless-N Travel Router can be powered from an iPad wall charger or any computer USB port.



StarTech's Wireless-N Travel Router features a compact design, making it ideal for packing for travelling. The router creates a secured wireless connection that can be used with multiple devices. Available from a variety of online retailers, the StarTech R150WN1X1T Wireless-N Travel Router can be purchased for $76.

Rapoo's 7100P 5GHz Optical Mouse features four-way scrolling

Rapoo has announced its latest wireless optical mouse, the 7100P. The mouse is able to switch between 500 and 1000 DPI due to its adjustable, high-definition tracking engine, and offers four-way scrolling for accuracy and consistent control. Its rubberized texture provides an easy grip and precise use.



Available in black, red, green and gray, the 7100P is priced at $25 and will be available for purchase from Wal-Mart.




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