D-Link has created a new pocket sized router in the form of the D-Link Shareport Go II, which has already been named a CES 2013 Innovations Design and Engineering Honoree.
The D-Link Shareport Go II pocket router has been designed to transform an Ethernet connection into a Wi-Fi hotspot, and is equipped with its own 4000 mAh battery that supports up to 8 hours of continuous operation.
Together with the ability to share the connection from external 3G and 4G modems, and a built-in SD card reader. D-Link explains more about their new modem.
“The SharePort Go II packs a powerful set of capabilities into a pocket-sized device that’s hard to live without,” said Daniel Kelley, associate vice president of marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. “Its convenient hotspot mode helps save time and money, allowing travelers to share a single wired or wireless connection with any number of devices. In addition, the USB port also supports third party 3G/4G USB modems for creating an instant Wi-Fi Internet Hotspot to share with all your devices. And, using the handy SharePort Mobile app for mobile devices, USB and SD card file sharing or expanded device storage, it’s easier than ever to record and share a video with friends, send a corporate presentation to people in the audience, or transfer digital photos from a camera’s memory card to a computer in the field.”
The D-Link Shareport Go II pocket router will be arriving in stores during April 2013 and will be available to purchase for around $120.
Source: D-LinkFiled Under: Gadgets News, Hardware