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Cradlepoint CTR350 Travel Router – set up your own private secure 3G network


This Cradlepoint CTR350 Travel Router is a rather cool way to carry your network around with you, no matter where you roam. Just plug in a standard USB 3G modem, and bingo you’ve got enough horsepower to connect up to 16 WiFi devices to the one SIM card. Clever stuff. Features a nice ‘failover’ feature too, which will automatically switch users from a wired to wireless network in the event of failure. $99.99.

 The CTR350 Mobile Broadband Travel Router is a full-featured wireless 802.11b/g router developed to be a plug ‘n’ play solution. Simply connect an activated USB modem, plug in the CTR350 and turn the unit on. Within seconds you will have a secure WiFi network for up to 16 WiFi enabled devices. 3G ONLY.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • huh?

    how is this compact wifi router any different from apple's superb Airprort Express?

    the cradlepoint seems to accept just a regular WAN enet input!

    does redferret simply regurgitate press releases?

  • The Airport Express doesn't accept a 3G data card. The 350 is made so you can take your cellular data card, plug it in and serve a wireless network from your data card. The Express doesn't do that.

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