I’m always wary of anyone that claims their product is the smallest in the world. That said, TRENDnet’s new TEW-654TR router is pretty small as routers go. So whether it’s actually the world’s smallest 300Mbps Wireless N router or not, this travel router might be worth checking out if you’re in the market for something you can setup quickly in your hotel room when you’re on the road, or if you just want something that doesn’t take up too much space around the house.

The router measures 3.25″ x 2.5″ a 0.75″ and features a single Ethernet port. It includes access point and AP client modes, and is expected to sell for about $75.

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