It seems D-Link has filled the gap between mobile broadband wireless connections and good old Wi-Fi with it’s 3G Mobile Router. All you need to do is plug a compatible 3G notebook adapter into it’s CardBus slot, and instantly that UMTS, HSDPA, or EV-DO network can be shared with any Wi-Fi enabled device.
This is excellent for those that would like to save a few bucks (or spend a few more, depending on your data plan) on wireless by using their network adapter at home as well as on the go. Plus, it works just like any other Wi-Fi router if it does not have a broadband card plugged into it, by having 4 additional ports of full duplex 10/100 switches.
The D-Link 3G Mobile router is available in two different models, one for EV-DO (the DIR-450, available now) and the other (DIR-451, available next month) for UMTS or HSDPA networks. This device isn’t the cheapest, setting you back a cool $230.