Here's yet another travel router for you to toss into your carry-on. This one, the Linksys WTR54GS actually looks pretty good. It's smaller (2.9 in x 1.2 in x 4.2 in) than most other travel routers we've seen, has an integrated power supply, and uses Broadcom's Afterburner system to improve throughput. The router is an upgrade to Linksys' earlier WRT54GC, which was somewhat larger and didn't have the internal power supply. At about $100, it's definitely more expensive than a typical WiFi router, but could be worth it if space is at a premium (and, of course, if you can expense it).
Linksys launches updated WTR54GS travel router
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