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D-Link DIR-508L SharePort Go II: All Your Connections Are Belong to Us

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Road warriors who need on-the-go networking will be happy to hear about D-Link’s latest SharePort Go. This handy gadget is designed to allow all of your gadgets to remain connected to the Internet no matter where you are.

d-link shareport go networking router photo

Your Wi-Fi compatible gadgets connect to the D-Link DIR-508L SharePort Go II via its personal wireless network. A broadband Internet connection of some sort will need to be connected to the SharePort Go, which will then share this connection to all devices within its range. You can plug in an Ethernet cable, a 3G or 4G USB adapter, or it can even hook up to a Wi-Fi hotspot to share online access with multiple devices.

d-link shareport networking router usb photo

While the same can certainly be achieved with a cellular hotspot, the SharePort Go II does provide more flexibility. It also comes with a built-in 4,000 mAh rechargeable battery, which can also be used to juice up some of your gadgets. Hook up a USB flash drive, and you’ll have your own personal shared storage device, using the mydlink SharePort app.

The D-Link DIR-508L SharePort Go II will be available this April for about $120(USD).

[via Ubergizmo]



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