The SharkRF Openspot is, by far, the most popular micro-repeater hotspot for Amateur Radio, mostly due to the ease of use and the fact that it’s been out for about 2 years. Recently, Micro-node released another device, called the Nanospot, that is closer in price to the Openspot than their other hotspot devices.
In this video I talk about the differences between these 2 devices. Both work very well and I would recommend either one to someone needing a hotspot device for the different digital modes available in Amateur Radio.
For a popular Nanospot setup video, visit Eric’s Video from HamRadioConcepts