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The Clear Spot Voyager comes with a standard Micro-USB cable for charging. It can be charged with the included power adapter or via a computer's USB port.

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When plugged into a computer, be it Windows or Mac, the Voyager will work as a 4G modem.

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The router comes with a standard Micro-USB port.

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The Voyager is just about the size of a large pebble.

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On the back the Voyager has all the default wireless-network information printed. All you need to do is turn it on and get a Wi-Fi client connected to it.

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