Bangalore, February 5 2017: Smartlink Network Systems, develops its products in India and manufactures them in Goa. Its Digisol brand has launched a wireless 4G Mi-Fi Broadband router, DG-HR1070MSE.
Smaller than any phone, the router has a rechargeable 2000mAh Li-polymer battery and a Micro SD card slot for storage up to 64GB. It supports the currently fastest 4G LTE bands and while it should work with most Indian SIMS, I would confirm whether a specific make works -- as Indian providers have purchased new 4G spectrum recently and may switch bands. The router works to 802.11n standards and can connect with up to 10 devices.This means you can also use it while at home though the range will be less than what a bigger router can achieve.
Setting up in a cinch. All the software is built in, so it will sync with your phone, tablet or PC with a simple press of the WPS button on the router. It costs Rs 5200 and is an ideal travel companion for the connected age.