D-Link's MyPocket 3G router spews out 3G goodness to all

D-Link's MyPocket 3G router spews out 3G goodness to all
With devices like the Mi-Fi catching on to people, it was only a matter of time before D-Link plans on partnering up with a wireless carrier to offer a device like it. Known mostly to be a popular brand among networking hardware, D-Link’s compact looking MyPocket 3G has made its way over to the FCC with support for the GSM bands (850/1900 MHz) – meaning it could land on either AT&T or T-Mobile. We’re wondering what the inspiration for the name was – the obvious connections to 3G are blatantly there, but the MyPocket moniker eerily looks like something taken from the T-Mobile myTouch 3G. It acts just like the Mi-Fi by being able to receive 3G connections and then emitting a Wi-Fi network to allow devices nearby to connect wirelessly. No word yet on pricing for this nifty portable gadget, but we expect its stop at the FCC will inch it closer to a release soon.

source: FCC via Gizmodo


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