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D-Link releases pocket router

July 22, 2010

D-Link’s portable and lightweight multi-function pocket router family has received addition of a Wi-Fi N to it’s for wireless access on the fly. The D-Link Wireless N Pocket Router/Access Point (DAP-1350) can be used as a wireless router to create an 802.11n Wi-Fi network with multi-mode functionality or it can be used to add Wi-Fi to an existing wired network for connectivity while you are on the move The device can also be used to connect a desktop PC or Xbox 360, to a Wi-Fi network for convenience and flexibility.

The DAP-1350 has its own travel case and is compact device that you can easily carry while traveling. The router supports Power over USB to use a PC to power the device if a power outlet is not accessible when operating in wireless client mode. The device is equipped with multiple intelligent antennas to ensure better wireless signals of good speed. The internal antennas provide wireless signals off walls. Latest wireless security features to help prevent unauthorized access is another feature of the DAP-1350

the device is equipped to support WPA and WPA2 and has a WPS push button. This helps in adding of devices and secures the network. The feature also includes SharePortTM Technology for sharing of a USB printer. This also is a Wi-Fi N ready router implying that it is competent of transmitting data up to 5-times sooner than Wireless G at greater distances.

Price of D-Link DAP-1350 is set at Rs. 5,999 with a 1 year warranty. A compact travel pouch with CAT5 Ethernet Cable, USB Power Cable4 and Power Adapter also comes with the kit.

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