Smaller than a standard mouse, the new All-in-One Mobile Companion offers instant Wi-Fi coupled with a range of useful features designed for today’s mobile professional. Easy one-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) ensures users are up and running quickly, and the free SharePort Cloud app for both Android and iOS devices offers access to videos, music and photos from anywhere. The All-in-One Mobile Companion features a USB port for sharing content from a USB storage device or charging smartphones, as well as an Ethernet Port that enables users to easily connect to an existing network in a conference room or hotel room.
Imagine being able to share your videos, music and photos from any external hard drive or thumb drive to any iPad, iPhone or Android in your home. What’s more, you can back up your videos, music and photos. And, the D-Link DIR-505 Mobile Companion isn’t just for home. If you want to take the D-Link DIR-505 Mobile Companion on the road with you, it works as a great travel router/access point, so you can get instant wireless from any hotel or conference room where a network already exists. While you’re out and about, the D-Link DIR-505 Mobile Companion can also charge your iPhone or Android smartphone – and it even comes in its own traveling case.
Standard Warranty: 1-Year
Paired with an External Ethernet Modem, Wireless N Broadband Routers set up in minutes to let you share your Internet connection, share files, printers, and hard drives from anywhere in your wireless range or by wired Ethernet connectivity that is provided by one of the 4 port on the back of the Wireless N Broadband router.
Choosing the right wireless networking speed and range to suit your individual requirements can be a confusing business! To help you make the right decision, we have created a short guide to various wireless options and the coverage they provide. Please not this is just a guide, every home or office is different and we cannot guarantee coverage and speed.
|Broadband routers are designed to be used with Virgin Media Broadband (previously NTL, Telewest) via a cable modem. If you have a broadband via a phoneline, see ADSL Wireless Routers instead.|