byChris Ziegler||January 13th 2010 at 7:17pmJanuary 13th 2010 7:17 pm
Announced last month, D-Link is entering the mobile 3G router space with a suspiciously MiFi-esque product dubbed "myPocket" that pushes up to 7.2Mbps worth of HSPA over a portable WiFi cloud. The device -- model number DIR-457 -- has just been blessed with FCC approval today, which is a particularly good thing considering that it offers North American 3G compatibility on the 850 and 1900MHz bands. D-Link is no stranger to the 3G router market -- it's been making them for several years, actually, but this would be the first model that looks pocketable (hence the name, we suppose). It's not shipping Stateside just yet, but between this and Novatel's offerings, AT&T's got to make a move at some point.