TP-Link was showing off a couple of interesting new wireless routers at CES this week. The Wireless N Nano Router is the world’s smallest at 2.5 x 2.5 x 0.75 inches, it weighs practically nothing, and it draws power over Micro USB. Also, even though the router’s tiny, it’s the real deal with top speeds up to 150Mbps. Think about the last time you went to a hotel that only had a wired internet connection — you're TP-Link's target market.

The company was also exhibiting its Portable 3G/3.75G Battery Powered Wireless N Router. On top of working as a regular wireless router, the device can turn the connection from your HSPA+ or EVDO dongle into a wi-fi connection as well, so you can easily share your connection with other people in the same room. Even though it’s only labeled "3.5/3.75G," a TP-Link engineer on the show floor told us that drivers have already been written for AT&T’s Momentum and 4G Force LTE sticks, and more should be ready by the time the two devices make it to market in the second quarter of this year.