The D-Link DAP-1350 Wireless N Pocket Router and Access Point is a handy little solution that can operate in three different ways for connecting your wired or wireless devices to your network. As a router, it can link up both wireless -N and -B devices, such as your computer, game consoles, printers and more. When in router mode, you can also utilize the built-in USB port for connecting up a USB printer or storage drive to your network.
It features as an alternative to router mode, the Wireless N Pocket Router and Access Point can work in a "Wireless Client Mode." In this mode, it can connect an Ethernet-enabled device such as your computer or Xbox 360 to your Wi-Fi network. As a third mode, the Wireless N Pocket Router and Access Point can act as a wireless "Access Point. "Once you've connected this device up to your wired router, the Wireless N will connect to any wireless -N and -B devices within range.
For any of these three modes, the Wireless N Pocket Router and Access Point utilizes a built-in Fast Ethernet port, so as to connect to your modem as a router, to your wired router as an access point, or to your Ethernet-enabled devices in Wireless Client mode. Beyond these modes, this device features a one-touch WPS button for quickly setting up a secure connection and utilizes WPA and WPA2 encryption.