Wireless Networking

Trendnet TEW-687GA 450Mbps Wireless N Gaming adapter surfaces at CES 2011

Trendnet TEW-687GA 450Mbps Wireless N Gaming adapter surfaces at CES 2011

When it comes to wireless networking Trendnet is one of the companies that is always offering up new products for geeks to take advantage of for fast networking sans wires. The company has unveiled a new wireless adapter at CES 2011 called the TEW-687GA that is designed for networking all sorts of gear from TVs and DVRs to game consoles at fast speeds.

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Trendnet unveils new 450Mbps Wireless N access point

Trendnet unveils new 450Mbps Wireless N access point

Trendnet has unveiled a new wireless access point that has integrated repeater functionally for the user that needs to extend their wireless network a bit for ideal coverage. The new product is called the TEW-690AP and is has 450Mbps wireless n speed and coverage range.

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AP 6511 WallPlate wireless access point debuts from Motorola

AP 6511 WallPlate wireless access point debuts from Motorola

Motorola has announced an interesting new wireless access point that is designed to be very small and unobtrusive in a room. The device is called the AP6511 802.11n WallPlate access point. The device is designed to extend WiFi access to multi-room facilities like hotels, hospitals, and offices.

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Cisco unveils Valet Hotspot for WiFi

Cisco unveils Valet Hotspot for WiFi

My dad was 50 when he got his first computer. He must have called me 50 times when he was setting the thing up to tell me various parts wouldn't work or fit. He couldn't get online until I went to help him, turned out he had the Ethernet cable in the modem port. There are lots of people out there who need very simple devices that you can just plug in and they work.

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Cambridge Consultants show off whitespace radio at CES

Cambridge Consultants show off whitespace radio at CES

There has been talk for a while now about making use of the whitespace between TV stations that is intended to prevent interference between the stations for things like mobile broadband and others. Cambridge Consultants has unveiled its plan for using the whitespace at CES.

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