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The D-Link DAP-1350 is a 3-in-1 (Router, Access Point, Wireless Client) Wi-Fi device designed to offer multi-mode functionality.

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includes zippered case for carrying cables, AC adapter and the DAP-1350

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bridge mode allows for an existing network to be expanded with minimal setup

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client mode - allows a wired Ethernet device to join a wireless network

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small enough to be carried in a bag when traveling

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router mode allows a single wired Internet connection to be shared with any number of wireless devices

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can be powered over USB - no external AC adapter required

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compatible with 3G modems via built-in USB port

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Cons

client mode requires advanced IP configuration

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lacks Gigabit Ethernet support

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The D-Link DAP-1350 is a 3-in-1 (Router, Access Point, Wireless Client) Wi-Fi device designed to offer multi-mode functionality. It can be used to create an 11n WLAN network, to create an access point, or to just connect directly to the Internet. It’s especially small and portable, so that it can be pocketed and taken anywhere. It’s essentially a compact version of the DAP-1360, except that it doesn’t offer any range extensions. What it does host however is SharePort Tech for sharing a USB device; Power-over-USB functionality for receiving power when AC power isn’t available; and WPA/WPA2 encryption.

Features
  • 3-in-1 WiFi Device
  • Wireless router
  • Access Point
  • Wireless Client
  • Wireless N Technology
  • Wireless G Compatibility
  • SharePort Technology
  • Power-over-USB
  • Advanced Encryption
Specifications
  • Standards: 802.11g/n/u (2.4GHz)
  • Interface: 10/100 LAN/WAN, USB, WPS, Mode Selector
  • Antenna: Embedded
  • Security: WPA, WPA2, WPS
  • Management: Browser
  • Warranty: 1-Year Limited
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