This device or plan has been discontinued or we consider it obsolete. While current owners of this device or plan may continue to find performance to be adequate for the foreseeable tech-future, we do not recommend upgrading to or purchasing it.
Both have 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n WiFi radios capable of making a hotspot within your RV, and they both can connect to cellular devices via USB tethering or WiFi-as-WAN to share the connection with other devices in your rig.
Where the Go2 and Mini differ primarily is in the number of wired ethernet ports for connecting additional networked devices. The Go2 has 5 total ports, and the Mini has just 2. The WiFi radio and CPU in the Go2 are more powerful as well, but for many users the difference will be hard to see.
These small routers can be powered by 12V directly, or via an included AC adapter.
- Base Technology: MikroTik RouterBoard 951Ui2HnD
- Wi-Fi Router: Yes
- Cellular Tethering via USB: 1X USB Port
- Integrated Cellular Modem: No
- Ethernet Ports: 5x (WAN / LAN Configurable), 1x POE
- Special Features: Data Usage Tracking, Auto Faillover, Load Balancing
- Power Source: 12v or 110v AC
- Dimensions: 113 x 138 x 29 mm
- Outdoor Rated: No
- Retail Price: $239.99
Review & Testing Status
We have included the Go2 in the following rounds of testing:
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