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GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext Gigabit AC Router (Slate)
Meet SLATE, a Gigabit Wireless Router for Security-savvy Travelers and a CES 2019 Innovation Awards HONOREE.
MEET SLATE, aGigabit Wireless Router for Security-savvy Travelers and a CES 2019 Innovation Awards HONOREE.
Keep your Internet connection private with multiple VPN protocols support. GL.iNet Slate provides the best encryption and authentication with OpenVPN. Meanwhile, WireGuard® gives the privacy-minded users a fast and simple VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography.
Max. 300Mbps (2.4G) + 433Mbps (5G) WiFi Speed
128GB Max MicroSD
3 x Gigabit Ports
Slate is designed for frequent travelers, it is therefore both compact and lightweight. It can easily slip into a backpack, or even your pocket and take it with you anywhere. It also comes with a USB port for connecting a 3G/4G USB modem.
Connect Multiple Workplaces: Slate brings all your workplaces under a digital roof with a secure VPN. Connecting your global offices with Slate so the staff from all locations can communicate with each other remotely and all data is shared securely. You don’t need to think about how your workplaces might change your network preference.
Share Files: Slate has a built-in MicroSD slot that has a 128GB capacity. With the extra storage, you can create a local drive to store and download files on your laptop and other compatible devices as long as it is connected to the Wi-Fi.
Apart from its powerful built-in firewall, Slate also support VPN, WireGuard and DNS server to level up your online security. With brand-new Web UI 3.0, you can set up VPN server easily. It can be configured as VPN server and allow users to access files securely as if they are at home.
Cloudflare DNS over TLS: DNS over TLS is a security protocol for encrypting and wrapping Domain Name System (DNS) queries and answers via the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. The goal of the method is to increase user privacy and security by preventing eavesdropping and manipulation of DNS data via man-in-the-middle attacks.