If you want to take Chattanooga's globally acclaimed "Gig City" connections with you on the road, the Nighthawk LTE Mobile Hotspot Router provides such an option for multiple devices if AT&T is your mobile provider.
PC magazine, which gave the Nighthawk router its Editors Choice award for mobile hotspots for AT&T users, calls the new router "the finet mobile hotspot in all the land."
The router upgrades the speed and capacity of mobile Wi-Fi with both a travel router and backup battery.
The device, which sells for $199.99 (or $89.99 with a two-year contract) allows up to 20 Wi-Fi enabled devices to stream TV shows or movies from DirectTV or share other media via USB drive or micoSB.
The device is portable but is bigger than most travel routers, weighing 8.5 ounces with dimensions of 4.14-by-4.14-by 0.75 square inches. The hotspot router features a 5,040mAh batery, a samll 1.4-inch color screen and a variety of ports for storge and for charging other devices.
The LTE mobile hotspot router also allows for parental controls to filter content and websites for each connected device and allows for saving on data polans by offloading data once you reach your destination.