D-Link launches myPocket DWR-530 modem router

18 Jan

D-Link, the end-to-end computer networking solutions provider for consumers and businesses, has launched the D-Link myPocket DWR-530 3.75G HSUPA mobile router. Measuring just 90mm x 50mm x 12mm and tipping the scales at 77g, the portable DWR-530 features a stylish and compact form factor in sleek black. With a capability to support download speeds of up to 7.2Mbps and upload speeds of up to 5.76Mbps, it is designed for today’s demanding mobile users who require high speed wireless connection with portable convenience while on the go.

Pocket sized convenience with expandable memory
Featuring an integrated microSD card slot which extends the usage flexibility of the DWR-530 by enabling the sharing of files, this mobile router can be configured to work as a WiFi router or 3.75G USB modem with the flip of a switch. With the capability to connect up to 6 wireless clients such as portable computers, phones and game consoles, the DWR-530 features advanced network security, with support of WPA and WPA2 wireless encryption, providing secure and flexible coverage through the support of different frequencies depending on the Internet Service Provider. The DWR-530 also utilises a built-in firewall to prevent potential attacks across the Internet.

Instant Hotspot
The DWR-530 can be installed quickly and easily almost anywhere. Great for situations where an impromptu wireless network must be set up, or wherever conventional 802.11 network access is unavailable, the DWR-530 can be powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in areas where AC power is not available. The estimated operating time is up to five hours.

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Posted by on January 18, 2012 in D-Link, Technology


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