SpeedQuizzing Hub / Router

SpeedQuizzing Hub/Router, pre configured to work straight out of the box with the SpeedQuizzing software.

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UK £85 +VAT including delivery.

EU €125 +VAT including delivery.

US $125 including delivery.

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Warning! Although SpeedQuizzing can be played using some standard WiFi networks, we can not offer technical support for customers attempting to use networking methods other than the SpeedQuizzing dedicated hub/router.

 

Can I use my spare home router or borrow one from a friend?

Yes but we advise against this for many reasons including….

1. Not all routers (however expensive) will reliably connect more than a dozen devices at the same time.

2. Not all routers provide adequate coverage.

3. We only offer technical support to customers using the dedicated Router/Hub.

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Can I use the WiFi network in the venue instead of buying a SpeedQuizzing recommended Router/Hub?

If you are playing a quiz at home for fun or perhaps in a classroom where the WiFi network has been designed with the purpose of multiple mobile devices gaming in real time, then you may be fine hosting SpeedQuizzing using an existing WiFi network. However if you are planning to host SpeedQuizzing professionally in a public place such as a bar or conference room then you should purchase the dedicated Router/Hub.

Remember we only offer Network technical support to customers using the recommended dedicated router method (explained above)

 

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Why connect to the Router/Hub via ethernet cable when hosting SpeedQuizzing?

The loss of connection between a player’s handset and the router is an annoyance on the rare occasion that it happens.

However the loss of connection between the laptop and the router is more serious because it causes all of the mobile devices to disconnect from the game at the same time.

A Cable connection between laptop and Router/Hub prevents this from happening.