Keewifi Router

Dec 9, 2014

Category: Tech

Here comes another one from the So Simple It Hurts category. Since routers are necessary, and often evil, it’s fair to call them necessary evils in today’s connected world. So yeah, if the Keewifi router is going to make our lives easier, sign us up.

All you do to connect is plug it in and hold your device close to it. Whammo, you’re online! No crazy passwords, no configuration, nothing. The key is proximity technology, so the only devices that use your network are the ones that come in close contact with the syncing panel. No more neighbors sponging off your connection. It’s also a strong router, equipped with 802.11ac and supporting simultaneous dual-band transmissions (2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz) with Wi-Fi speeds up to 867Mbps. Keewifi also features Beamforming technology which targets your Wi-Fi devices and boosts signal strength in that direction. [Purchase]

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