D-Link’s SharePort All-in-One travel router is making its way to stores, letting users without ethernet ports take advantage of wired internet connections on the road. Priced at $69.99, it's about the size of a computer mouse, weighs 0.23 pounds, and has a built-in plug design so there are no cords to mess around with. While it’s more expensive than some competing products (TP-Link’s N Nano router is about $25 on Amazon), it has a built-in USB port that allows you to either charge a device or network some storage. The contents of shared disks can then be accessed from the company’s SharePort mobile app for iOS and Android. If you’re looking for a backup router to throw in your suitcase, this could be the one.