Wave WiFi offers two routers in its MBR 500 series: the MBR 500 & the MBR 550.
The MBR 550 offers cellular integration - the 500 does not.
Wave WiFi products are available from retails partners.
- Model: MBR 550
- Router Specs:
- # of Connected Devices: Not specified
- WiFi Router: Yes
- Control Panel and Default Password: Unknown
- USB Tethering Support: 1x USB Port
- Ethernet Ports: 4
- Cellular Modem Specs: Yes
- Dimensions: Unknown
- Other Ports:
- Power Source: DC 12v
- Outdoor Rated: No
- Special Features: Data Usage Tracking, Auto Failover
- Retail Price: $1,200
News, Videos & Status
We are not currently testing a Wave WiFi MBR 550 router.
- Product Release: Netgear Orbi 4G LTE Advanced Tri-Band Router Posted on: August 12, 2020
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