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Mudi: 4G LTE Privacy Router for Road Warriors

A project in Hong Kong, Hong Kong by GL.iNet

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A portable 4G LTE wireless router for frequent travelers who want to secure their data with state-of-art cryptography wherever they are
Backers: 341
Average Pledge Per Backer: HK$1393

Funded: HK$474,878 of HK$100,000
Dates: Nov 12th -> Dec 11th (30 days)
Project By: GL.iNet
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Latest News

Trial production for Mudi router has begun

December 4th - via:
We just started a trial production this week for the Mudi router to make sure everything will be working well when we do mass production later.  Producing a Mudi router is a complicated process. The trial production is designed to let our factory be... (Read More)

Why we call it Mudi?

November 26th - via:
The answer could be simpler than you thought....  But doggies are lovely, right?   (Read More)

Moving to another big step! We got 302% funded. Thank you for the support!

November 24th - via:
Thank you for all supportive backers. We will update you with more details later! Back Mudi Now!   (Read More)

Finalized the test procedure of Mudi

November 19th - via:
We recently finalized the test procedure of producing a single Mudi 4G LTE router in our lab. We developed a customized test firmware to testing Mudi router in its hardware and software status before sending to customers. It's an important step to... (Read More)

We got 201% funded!! Thanks for your support!

November 14th - via:
Thank you for all supportive backers. We will update you with more details later!  (Read More)

Online setup documentation for Mudi is ready!

November 14th - via:
You can set up a Mudi privacy router via web admin penal or mobile app. User-friendly web admin penal allows you to explore more possible features on Mudi. Therefore, we prepare the online documentation of the Mudi 4G LTE privacy router for your... (Read More)

Mudi 4G LTE router protects your online privacy

November 13th - via:
If you are concerned about protecting your online privacy while connecting to the Internet to remotely you may be interested in a new portable 4G LTE wireless router called the Mudi. The small pocket sized router has been specifically designed to help make a secure Internet connection and uses state-of-art cryptography wherever you may be in the world. (Read More)

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