Netgear’s MBRN3300 comes from a collaboration with Ericsson. The unusual device can use an internal 3G modem which includes HSPA+ at about 20Mbps, while sharing that link via 802.11n Wi-Fi or through one of the four 100Mbps Ethernet ports.
Owners can also switch off the 3G, Wi-Fi or both when not in use. The MBRN3300 is for households where regular cable, DSL or fiber isn’t available, and for those who rely on just mobile local networks. You can even charge it up in the car with the optional car charger and a battery pack. Nothing on pricing yet, but Netgear primarily intends the router as an option for carriers.