D-Link's latest wireless broadband devices are the DWR-933 4G LTE Cat 6 Wi‑Fi hotspot and the the DWM-222 4G LTE USB adapter.
The $249.99 DWR-933 is a 4G Cat 6 802.11ac Wi-Fi hotspot with download speeds up to 300Mbps and upload speeds up to 50Mbps.
Battery life is said to be up to 14 hours, with recharging via the usual micro USB socket.
Other features include a 128x64 pixel OLED display, a firewall, and support for WPS and WPA/WPA2. Up to 32 devices can be connected simultaneously.
The DWR-933 is unlocked and takes a microSIM. Its microSD slot allows the installation of a card of up to 64GB capacity for shared storage.
Measuring 98x71x19mm and weighing 120g, D-Link's new hotspot fits easily into a pocket or bag.
The DWM-222 is a $99.95 4G USB 2.0 dongle supporting speeds up to 50Mbps up and 150Mbps down.
It is backwards compatible with HSPA, GSM, GPRS and EDGE data services.
Compatible with Windows 7 and later and macOS 10.5 or later, drivers are built into the adaptor for easy setup. D-Link's Connection Manager software allows SMS messages to be sent and received.
The compact (103x34x12mm) device weighs just 33g and includes a microSD slot compatible with cards up to 32GB.