Need internet, despite spotty connectivity and no electricity? Well, that’s why they made BRCK ($TBD), a router with a lot of extras. It’s a rugged, idiot-proof way to connect to the internet. It has a big battery (that’s large enough to charge other stuff too), has four gigs of on-board storage, has a one-button interface, can charge off a car battery, is surge-protected, and most importantly, will take a SIM card so you can be connected to the internet anywhere. Well, anywhere there’s coverage. Which still excludes much of Canada.