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Sprint 4G Case for iPad Available at Best Buy

Sprint 4G Case for iPad Available at Best Buy

Apparently, Sprint wants you to know that the iPad works with their 3G/4G Overdrive mobile hotspot. And, why should they stop at the iPhone, right? And, while commercials are all well and good, the next logical step is obviously creating an accessory for your Overdrive mobile hotspot, and Apple's iPad. We're wondering if AT&T, the carrier that's supporting the 3G iPad, is going to start showing this kind of support for the tablet, or if Sprint will continue to lead the way.

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Verizon FiOS Router With 802.11n Coming in July or August

Verizon FiOS Router With 802.11n Coming in July or August

If you're one of the people out there that enjoys Verizon Wireless' FiOS connection, then there's a chance you've got one of their Actiontec or Westell hotspots in your home. If you do, you've noticed that if you want faster wireless connections to all your gadgets, which means support for the 802.11n standard, you've had to buy an extra router to get the job done. Not for much longer, though, according to a Verizon Wireless spokesperson.

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Cisco Valet easy-setup routers & Linksys E-Series routers debut

Cisco Valet easy-setup routers & Linksys E-Series routers debut

Cisco have gone networking crazy today (though, given networking is their core business we're glad they're taking it seriously) with the launch of both a new consumer range of routers, the Cisco Valet series, and a "tech enthusiast" range, the Linksys E-Series.  The Valet range - which consists of the Valet and Valet Plus - prioritises ease of setup, using a USB stick onto which all of the network settings are installed, meaning you can get a new machine online simply by plugging it in once.

Video demos after the cut

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Belkin Surf, Share, Play & Play Max routers try to make networking idiot-proof

Belkin Surf, Share, Play & Play Max routers try to make networking idiot-proof

Seemingly based on the premise that computer users aren't to be trusted with regular routers and are likely to break things, set them up wrong or generally end up weeping on the end of a premium technical support line, Belkin have outed its latest series of so-simple-a-goose-could-do-it wireless routers.  The four-strong line-up - spanning $50 to $130 - all support WiFi 802.11n and have Easy Start and Self-Healing for straightforward everyday use, together with various preloaded apps for sharing music, gaming and printing.

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TRENDnet TEW-691GR 802.11n router pushes wireless to 450Mbps

TRENDnet TEW-691GR 802.11n router pushes wireless to 450Mbps

Wireless networking with 802.11n is fast enough for many of us who only want a wireless router to connect a laptop to the web without cords. If you use your wireless network for moving lots of large files from computer to computer or streaming HD video you have probably wished for higher speeds. TRENDnet has unveiled a new 802.11n router called the TEW-691GR that promises to hit speeds of 450Mbps.

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ASUS RT-N56U “fashion” router plus RT-N76U, RT-N13U & AP-N13M hit CeBIT 2010

ASUS RT-N56U “fashion” router plus RT-N76U, RT-N13U & AP-N13M hit CeBIT 2010

I don't think we've ever played a game of "wireless router, cheese grater or oil-filled radiator?" here on SlashGear, but there's a first time for everything.  Forgive me for giving the answer away, but you're looking at the dimpled front of the ASUS RT-N56U router, an unusually designed and certainly distinctive addition to the company's range.  It's in fact one of a number of new routers ASUS have wheeled out for CeBIT 2010 this week.

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Planex MZK-WDPR Rugby router/touchscreen media player

Planex MZK-WDPR Rugby router/touchscreen media player

Remember the unusually rugby-ball shaped Qisda router that was spotted leaping through the FCC back in early December?  The touchscreen media-player-cum-router has now been spotted - on sale - in Japan, as the Planex MZK-WDPR "Rugby" wireless network router.  As the Qisda manual suggested, the wireless networking device supports WiFi b/g/n, has a 3.5-inch color touchscreen and can play YouTube videos, locally stored media and internet radio stations.

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D-Link myPocket 3G mobile router hits FCC, supports 16 WiFi clients

D-Link myPocket 3G mobile router hits FCC, supports 16 WiFi clients

D-Link's myPocket 3G mobile router has cleared the FCC, and with it some specification details for all of those wondering how this differentiates itself from Novatel's MiFi.  According to the user manual, the myPocket 3G supports 850/1900MHz HSPA 7.2Mbps, making it ideal for the US market, and unlike the MiFi it can connect to up to 16 (rather than five) WiFi b/g clients at any one time.

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TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G WiFi-N mobile wireless router

TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G WiFi-N mobile wireless router

Networking company TRENDnet have announced a new 150Mbps mobile wireless router, that - similar to a MiFi - allows you to create a wireless hotspot using 3G or 4G networks.  However, unlike the MiFi the TRENDnet TEW-655BR3G has no internal WWAN connection of its own, and instead relies on a USB 3G or 4G modem.  The company claims that no software or drivers are required, it's simply a case of slotting in your modem and sharing it with multiple WiFi clients.

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