A Router for Humans

Easy Setup Touchscreen WiFi Router.

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You will be online

within seconds.

Just connect your Cable/DSL modem and
follow the on screen instructions.

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Pre-configured security.

Prevent intruders from accessing your wireless data.

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Up to 300Mbps using

802.11n MIMO tech.

Connect up to 50 users at a time.
Compatible with older 802.11bg devices.

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Everything you need is

just a finger tap away.

The user interface is a quantum leap over existing routers.

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  • Wireless Connectivity

    802.11 b/g/n,
    300 Mbps MIMO
  • Touch Screen

    2.8″, 320 x 240
  • Security

    WEP, WPA, WPA2
  • Range

    100+ Feet
  • Processor

    384MHz, MIPS Architecture
  • Ports

    1 WAN, 2 LAN

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Setting up Almond as a Wireless Router and Range Extender

See how to setup Almond as a Range Extender

See how to setup almond as a wireless router


Securifi is trying to take some of the grief out of setup, and it has made a router you might want to keep in plain sight.

Read more on The New York Times.


Almond is an excellent solution. It easily achieves its stated goal of simplifying networking setup.

Read more on Ars Technica.


Almond gives a fresh face to the old router and it may just change the way users go about setting up their Wi-Fi connection as well.

Read more on CNBC.


A wireless router for the post-PC era.

Read more on CNET.


Using Almond will ensure your wireless router is kept out of Google’s Wi-Fi location database, which is a privacy issue for some users.

Read more on Mashable.


Using a touch screen to set up a Wi-Fi router was, I have to admit, sort of fun. More importantly, the Almond’s set up was quite easy.

Read more on PC Magazine.