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Old 07-18-2006, 12:25 AM   #1
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hey guys... normally im pretty up to snuff on my computer info (after all, i'm the "IT guy" at work). needless to say, i was a bit blown away walking into staples today and seeing this wireless-n technology. has anyone else seen it or do they have any experience working with it?
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sorry mate. i never heard of it. i went onto google and did a quick search and got this some info that may interest you.

Linksys Wireless-N Broadband Router (WRT300N)

Multipurpose router: This compact router is really three devices in one: access point, 4-port switch and a high-speed router. The access point function lets you connect to your network without wires. The built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100 switch connects your wired-Ethernet devices. And the router function ties it all together, letting your whole network share a high-speed Internet connection.

Wireless-N technology: Unlike ordinary technologies that are confused by signal reflections, Wireless-N (or draft 802.11n) actually uses these reflections to increase range and reduce dead spots. This Wireless-N technology is called MIMO (for Multiple In, Multiple Out). Robust MIMO signals travel farther, maintaining connection at four times the range of standard Wireless-G. The farther away you are, the more advantage you get—up to 12 times the speed of standard Wireless-G.

Networking convenience: Access your network anywhere at home or at public wireless hotspots in airports, hotels, convention centers, etc. Share files, online games, printers and other devices with swift transfer speeds. Plus, get online fast when you connect your wireless network to a high-speed Internet connection. You’ll have no trouble connecting—Wireless-N is perfectly compatible with Wireless-G and -B.

Do more, faster: The speed of Wireless-N makes it ideal for applications like streaming video, gaming, and Voice over IP telephony. You’ll have plenty of headroom to run multiple large data streams through the network at the same time—with no degradation in performance.

Tough security: Don't worry about network security—this router can encode all wireless transmissions with industrial-strength 256-bit encryption. It can serve as your network's DHCP Server, has a powerful SPI firewall to protect your PCs against intruders and most known Internet attacks and supports VPN pass-through.

Simple setup: The included Setup Wizard will walk you through configuring the router to your network's settings, step by step.

Note: You will need a wired Ethernet adapter or wireless card for each PC on your network, plus a modem and Internet connection.
System requirements:
Windows® 2000 or XP
CD-ROM drive
Network adapter
Internet Explorer 5.5 or Firefox 1.0

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thanks... like i said, i was surprised to even see it given my normal exposure to the computing world

that is pretty much what is on the box, just kind of looking for anyone with more knowledge or experience yet using it.
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