Netgear has announced plans to expand its prepaid mobile hotspot business to include tablets and smartphones.
The company has launched its Netgear Netgear hotspots, a suite of Wi-Fi routers that include Netgear routers that can be purchased separately.
The new Netgear netgear netgpads, or netgpad tablets, are available starting today for $49.99.
The Netgear Wi-fi netgpds are available for $129.99 and can be pre-ordered from the company.
The NetgearNetgear hotsphere will be available on Windows, Mac and Linux devices as well as Android devices.
The app can also be used to remotely control the devices.
The Netgears are available in a variety of colors and models, including the popular Netgear Red Dot and Netgear Blue Dot.
The netgpath tablets include a Netgear wireless router and Wi-FI router.
They come in various configurations: The basic Netgear router has 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, while the basic Netgadts have 3.5 Gigabit ports.
The base model Netgampath router is available with 4 Gigabits of Ethernet, and the Netgamps have 6 Gigabit ports.
Both devices are available to purchase for $59.99, $99.99 for the basic version, and $199.99 per unit for the advanced version.
Netgear Netgpads can also act as a hotspot on their own and can serve as a Wi-Link or an Access Point, depending on the device.
Like many other mobile devices, the Netgearnetgpads come with an app to remotely access them, though the app does not work with tablets.
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