D-Link Wireless Router Fits In Your Pocket

Written by Mendelson Tiu     20/09/2010 | 01:42 | Category: ROUTERS AND SWITCHES

D-Link has launched a rechargeable, battery-powered wireless router that can be carried in a pocket.

D-Link Wireless Router Fits In Your Pocket



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The myPocket 3.75G HSUPA Router connects to a 3.75G mobile network by inserting a UMTS/HSUPA SIM card and share their mobile Internet connection with up to 16 wireless devices within the area.

In Wi-Fi mode, the DIR-457U supports 802.11g and 802.11b, WPA/WPA2 wireless encryption, and comes with a built-in firewall to prevent potential Internet attacks.

The D-Link myPocket 3.75G HSUPA Router can also be configured to work as a 3.75G Modem with the flick of a switch and connected to a PC or laptop for dedicated Internet access.

Storage installed via a built-in microSD slot also conveniently supports sharing of files between connected Wi-Fi devices.

D-Link's Marketing Director, Maurice Famularo said, "D-Link's new 3.75G myPocket Router can be used to share a high-speed mobile Internet connection almost anywhere, even when users are on the move. It is battery-powered and small enough to be easily carried around."

The DIR-457U myPocket 3.75G HSUPA Router is now available for $329.95.

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