It’s not just about what the Keewifi’s kisslink router can do for you, it’s about what it can do for me. Your buddy who’s sick of typing F78GP9GQM894100B into the password box when he wants to connect to your WiFi network. A simple, smart router, kisslink authenticates devices for internet browsing using KISS proximity technology so friends and family who want to connect can do so simply by hovering their device near its syncing panel. No passwords required. The router’s connection design also keeps internet squatters who aren’t within close (like, really close) range out of your web.
kisslink simplifies the router setup process as well. Keewifi says their design is “truly plug and play,” with no installation configuration process required beyond plugging it into a wall outlet and connecting it to an internet source. And in addition to a primary router, you can also hook up the device as a range extender. After plugging it in an automatic prompt will come up requesting to access your existing network the first time you connect.