After seeing someone mention the little TP-Link TL-WR702N Nano Router in another thread I had a read about it and thought "That sounds the very thing for me."
I'm sat at a desk with a corporate desktop PC, with one ethernet connection to the outside world and no wifi.
So my cunning plan was to plug this little box into the desktop PC via USB and use it to create a little wifi hotspot (so my phone isn't eating data allowance whilst sat on my desk).
The product page suggests this is something it can do: "When traveling, users can plug the TL-WR702N into their computer's USB port and share their Wi-Fi connection with family and friends."
But a browse of the manual shows no mention of this. It seems to only use the USB for power - it doesn't appear as a device or anything when it is plugged in.
Looks like it can only extend existing wifi or turn ethernet (via the ethernet port) into wifi.
Am I missing something or is that about it?