Have you ever been to someone’s house and asked for their router password so that you can use the Internet only to have to wait for them to find that piece of paper that has their login info? Yeah, it’s not fun, and neither is it for the person rummaging around their junk drawers to find that piece of paper that their Internet service provider gave them after installing it. The Keewifi router eliminates the stress of having to join a Wi-Fi network since it allows any device to securely access Wi-Fi with a simple tap to the device.
No Passwords Needed
The great thing about the router is that you don’t need to look for passwords to give to your friends since all they need to do is tap and and they’re connected. All you need to do is hold any Wi-Fi enabled device close the the router’s syncing panel and that device will be authorized in a matter of seconds.
Unlike Wi-Fi passwords that can be unlocked by those who know what they’re doing, your Wi-Fi network is safely secured since Keewifi uses proximity technology to authorize devices. So in order to join a network, the device must come into close contact with the router so that the syncing panel can let it join your network. Other’s can’t join unless they actually tap the device.
Easy To Install
Keewifi is so easy to install, that you can use it right out of the box! All you have to do is plug in the power and network cables and that’s it. No complicated configurations needed and no more 192.168.1 nonsense. It’s plug-and-play features makes it great for those who don’t know anything about Wi-Fi.
Keewifi is bult with the latest wireless technology and is equipped with 802.11ac, while supporting simultaneous dual-band transmissions (2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz) with WiFi speeds up to 867Mbps. Its Beamforming technology targets your Wi-Fi device and will boost its signal strength in that direction. Then there’s the Zen Button that will resolve many common Wi-Fi issues, so pressing it will notify Keewifi to automatically detect and witch to the least occupied channel for maximum Internet Bandwith.
Keewifi is currently a Kickstarter campaign looking for funding, so if you want to rid yourself of Wi-Fi headaches, pledge $69 or more.