A wireless router giving worldwide internet access on the go, combined with a power bank and storage device has been developed for frequent travellers.
The multi-functional WorldSIM Tri-Fi enables users to get online anywhere in the world, on multiple devices simultaneously. Travellers can also store up to 32 GB of files.
An Ethernet port allows users to plug directly into an internet source, particularly useful at hotels that still provide internet via cable rather than Wi-Fi, allowing users to create their own Wi-Fi network so they can get online from up to 10 devices rather than just one.
The WorldSIM Tri-Fi comes unlocked meaning any SIM can be used inside, although it comes with a WorldSIM data roaming SIM card allowing for low cost data roaming in more than 165 countries.
WorldSIM claims the device can cut data charges of as much as £8 per MB, by as much as 85%.
Arif Reza, chief executive said: “Until now travellers have often been forced to switch off their data and rely on trying to find a decent public Wi-Fi connection which is an annoyance to say the least.
“The WorldSIM Tri-Fi gives travellers the convenience to get a secure internet connection anywhere they want, for themselves as well as those that they are travelling with.”
The WorldSIM Tri-Fi launches on December 12, but pre-orders are available.