Air Router Wireless N & LAN Gateway 2.4GHz 802.11N - Native AirOS 5.3 with Full WiFiRUSH integration
Low introductory price of $49.99
Ubiquiti's First Indoor Commercial WiFi Router - Wireless Access point - LAN GAteway
Introducing AirRouter, Ubiquiti's first indoor commerical WiFi Router featuring powerful AirOS features. Capable of connecting over 100 meters away at 150 Mbps speeds.
AirRouter features 5 X 10/100 BASE-TX (Cat 5, RJ-45) Ethernet Ports, USB Port, and integrated antenna.
AirRouter utilizes version 5 of Ubiquiti's AirOS builds upon the market leading intuitive user-interface loaded with advanced wireless configurations and routing functionality.
Posted by Dego on 11th Oct 2012
Yes and no. Nintendo happens to be hilhgy stingy when it comes to their hardware. Bless the company for making great games, curse it for making custom stuff tricky.Yes, there are ways to convert the Nintendo USB Connector. However, there is no legitimate way to do it. The work you do requires you to uninstall the driver for the Connector and install a hacked version. Then you need some software that interacts with the driver and broadcasts it like a router. This works nicely, except it's tedious and potentially dangerous to do. Also, in my experience, the software that uses the connector as a router hijacked my windows wireless wizard and I couldn't configure my laptop to read other routers until I uninstalled it.Honestly, it would be easier and safer to get 1) a router or 2) a USB adaptor.But, if you're feeling bawlsy, cheap, or desperate, you can go to this link for a tutorial on turning your Nintendo USB Connector into a router for the PSP, Wii, et cetera: