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3G Mobile WiFi Router: D-Link DIR-451

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 15, 2009

Those who were interested in the Smart Bro Share It Wireless Router but want to use any mobile 3G provider may want to look into this 3G router by D-Link, the DIR451. This has been available locally for some time now and has been listed at Villman for a while. It's basically a wifi router that also acts as a 3G modem (similar to the SmartBro Share It). D-Link DIR-451 3G Mobile Router UMTS/HSDPA WiFi 802.11 b/g WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security Dual active firewalls (SPI and NAT) 4-port 10/100 LAN The retail price though is a but higher, at…

D-Link DWR-530 Mobile 3.75G Router

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: January 30, 2012

D-Link's got their own pocket WiFi (D-Link DWR-530) with the same features and functionalities that we've seen before from the likes of Huawei and ZTE. The D-Link DWR-530 was launched back in January 17, 2012. The pocket WiFi is relatively small and lightweight (77 grams and 90mmx50mmx12mm). We got a sample unit from D-Link and been using the router since this week-end. The DWR-530 supports mobile internet speeds of up to 7.2Mbps (3.75G or HSDPA). The device comes with a removable battery with a rating of 1500mAh. D-Link promises up to 5 hours of usage on a single full charge…

Sapido Mobile Router as 3G/4G Hotspot

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: June 11, 2011

Bought a Sapido 3G Mobile router last year as a possible replacement for my SmartBro Share-It. So I'm just waiting for my 24-month contract to expire so I could completely move up to this set-up in the car. But then, the local distributor met up with me early this week and showed me their whole new Sapido line-up. They even gifted me with this "Mobile Hotspot‧Mini USB Power Supply Pocket N+" which is a small mobile router that support 3G dongles, smartphones, DSL and even WiMax connections. The device is actually small (smaller than the Apple Magic Mouse) and has…

Edimax 3G Broadband Router

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: May 11, 2009

Here's another 3G broadband router sent in for review -- the Edimax 802.11b/g 3G Router. It's like your regular DSL router with additional USB ports to hook in a 3G modem and also acts as a Printer server. If you have a regular DSL at home hooked up to a wireless router, you can use your SmartBro, Globe Visibility or Sun Wireless Broadband as alternative source of internet connection when the DSL goes down. Not sure how much this one costs but it's being sold at eBay.ph for Php3,900. I'll bring this on the road and set it up inside…

YugaDeals: Sapido RB1632 Mobile 3G/DSL Router

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: August 19, 2011

Since we featured it here back in June, we've got a number of request for it to be offered in YugaDeals. Today, the Sapido RB1632 is finally up on our deal site. If you're not familiar with this model, go here and see our previous entry about it. I've been using this one along with several mobile 3G dongles with me (Globe, Smart & Sun) so I can easily switch between them to get the best 3G signal/speed. I even bring it with me on foreign trips where hotels don't have strong WiFi signal in the room or only have…

D-Link outs DIR-457U 3.75G MyPocket Router

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: August 25, 2010

If you're looking for that power 3G+WiFi solution like the Globe MyFi, then the DIR-457U 3.75G MyPocket Router could be something you might want to look into. According to local reps the DIR-457U will be available in the Philippines next month (September 2010) but the price is yet to be determined (though I think it will be in the vicinity of the Huawei at Php6k - Php7k). The D-Link MyPocket Router offers speeds of 7.2Mbps over 3G cellular networks and shares it over WiFi for up to 16 devices. It has a built-in SIM card slot, a lithium ion battery…

CDR-King outs 11-inch Ultraportable Laptop

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: May 12, 2011

This may not be the first time CDR-King is selling a laptop (they started out with a netbook some time ago) but this time, they're slowly getting into the much bigger form factor -- the ultraportables. CDR-King Fastbook 11.6" display @ 1366x768 pixels Intel Core Solo @ 1.4GHz 2GB RAM Intel GMA 4500M 250GB HDD WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 3 x USB 2.0 ports HDMI port 1.3MP webcam 3200mAh Li-Ion battery The CDR-King Fastbook notebook retails for Php15,500 as listed on their website. Hat tip to Froilan.

D-Link Load-Balancing Router: 2-in-1 DSL Router

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: September 17, 2006

Found this at the PC Express website: "The DI-LB604 is the newest addition to our range of routers that includes the industry's latest technology. It provides all the functionality needed to establish a reliable high-speed Internet link while at the same time protects past investments," said Mr George Wong, Marketing Director of D-Link International Pte Ltd. The Load-Balancing Router with features 2 WAN ports for load-balancing and a fast-acting fail-over mechanism for dropped Internet connections. 4 Ethernet ports provide wired connections to up to 4 computers. Thus, users can set up a high-performance network that offers the fastest and most…

Netronix DSW142c: Probably the smallest router ever

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: December 21, 2011

When this little router (from Netronix) was sent over the other week, I was surprised at how small it was. I brought it during my recent trip to Putrajaya, Malaysia and proved to be very useful when we stayed at the Marriott Hotel. This router has been shrunk to the size of a Kit-kat chocolate bar, measuring only 15.mm in thickness and approximately 7.5cm x 6cm across which is a little smaller than a standard calling card. The router is IEEE 802.11 b/g/n compliant and can reach speeds of up to 150Mbps on wireless and 10/100Mbps on LAN. There's a…

Sapido 3G Router vs. SmartBro Share-It

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: August 22, 2010

Recently bought this Sapido Mobile 3G Router so I can compare it with the SmartBro Share-It WiFi router I use in my car and see which one makes for a better mobile internet set-up. For about a year now since I got the SmartBro Share-It, it has found its place inside my car wherever I go around the city. I tried bringing it up north on long trips and it was still working in Bulacan and down south, as far as Sta. Rosa. We even manage to make it work until the end of the South Luzon Expressway. The problem…