Review of HooToo TripMate HT-TM01 Wireless N150 Router, NAS and Power Bank All in One

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The HooToo HT-TM01 is certainly a device of many uses, it’s a router, it’s a NAS and it’s a battery and it’s all packed inside of a small, portable and very convenient housing that you can take anywhere you need to.

The HT-TM01 is very easy to use, it’s simple and quick to get setup and running and in not time you’ll have yourself a mini router or portable NAS box.

So the app didn’t quite work for Android, but it is available for iOS but I didn’t try that. The app not working isn’t a big deal to me at all as I can access the NAS other ways on my phone and tablet.

The price right now for the HT-TM01 is $49.99 and I think it’s well worth it for all that it can do. You’d probably pay close to that just for an external battery of this size, actually Amazon has several for between $30 and $40, so for $50 you’re not only getting the battery but a whole lot more.




9 recommended5



+Fairly simple to use
+Multiple uses
+Well made
+Small and portable
+Backup battery for extra power

-Android app would not work for me
-No Ethernet cable included
-No carrying case

Grades:9 out of 10
Design / Aestheticscore-10-10
Value / Pricescore-10-10
Performance / Usagescore-8-10

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  • charlotteinau

    where can i buy this ?

    • Kristofer Brozio

      Amazon.. link is right there in the Specifications section: http:/

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  • summershoe

    I wish my experience was as good as yours. Have been trying all night to configure through the browser. I’ve successfully gotten on the internet in bridge mode but when I do I can no longer log in through my browser interface and have to reset the router

  • Scott

    I love mine – I am in China for 2 months for work, the one thing that isn’t mentioned is that you can add wireless security to the access point. So I don’t have to use the open hotel wifi when in my room – I Ethernet to the hardwired port, power it most generally always from my 4 port USB charger with a micro cable (unless I need to have two high current devices off of it to charge for a bit then I let it run off of battery) and I have a secured wifi. Even better – Company laptop allows no mass storage devices… NAS on my network fixes that too – plug in a camera or USB stick tot he USB port and pull files from camera without event across the network. When I hit the airplane ride home it becomes my big power bank. I do keep a tiny 2600 mAh power bank for my around town travel use.