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AnyDATA busts out AWR-600 HSDPA router

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3G routers are hardly the rare occurrence they once were, but it's still somewhat notable whenever a company decides to expand our wireless options, which is just what AnyDATA has done today, joining the party with its HSDPA-packin' AWR-600 router. There's not a whole lot here we haven't seen before, with the router supporting standard 802.11 b/g WiFi in addition to the built-in HSDPA, along with a built-in DHCP server, web-based configuration, the usual array of security features and, of course, some LEDs to let you know what's going on. The router also manages to keep things on the small side, measuring about 6.1 x 1.1 x 4.7 inches, with the dual antennas adding a bit of height to that. Unfortunately, there's no word on price, but AnyDATA doesn't look to have its eye on the home user with this one, instead targeting the router towards coffee shops and other business looking to offer a little hotspot action without the need for a landline connection.

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