Will the Airport function as a router with a dongle/broadband stick from another country inserted in its USB port so I can pickup broadbands services?
I would like to be able to use two iPads at one time when my wife and I are traveling.
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No, the USB port is only intended to be used to connect a printer and therefore share the printer over the wireless network. If you plug any other USB device in the USB port, the Airport Express will simply not recognize the device.
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