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Toshiba StorE TV+ with 2TB HDD and 802.11n

Posted in Toshiba by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2010

Toshiba’s StorE TV+ media drive looks forward to connecting to your TV, and filling up its 2TB hard drive with shows for your viewing at your leisure. It features 802.11n as well as 10/100 Ethernet and even has a tiny LCD display on the front to make things easier to view.

A wide range of formats are supported by the StorE TV+ including Ogg and Flac audio and MPEG 1, 2, 4, H.264, VC-1 codecs, AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV and MP4 for video playback. Both DivX and XviD are missing from that list for some reason.

The 802.11n Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter may cost $100

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Microsoft confirms 802.11n Xbox 360 adapterArstechnica has a mole. No, it’s not as bad as it sounds. It doesn’t chew up the house or dig in the yard or anything, or hang off Cindy Crawford’s face. It just hands them info now and again. According to that mole, the updated 802.11n wireless adapter will be $100.

The older G adapter will drop down to $80. Still pretty expensive when you compare it to regular Wi-Fi adapters, but whatever. The new adapter has the ability to stream 1080p video and is tied to Microsoft’s upcoming Zune video store update to Xbox Live later this year.

Microsoft confirms 802.11n Xbox 360 adapter

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2009

Microsoft confirms 802.11n Xbox 360 adapterMicrosoft has confirmed the 802.11n adapter for the Xbox 360. Which is great and all, but that’s about it. No mention of price or a launch date. The big M did say that the adapter will offer “another choice to consumers,” which probably means that the original adapter will be around for a while, probably for a cheaper price.

So it’s confirmed, but that’s about all we’ve got. We pretty much knew that already. We’ll let you know more when we know more.

Xbox 360 802.11n adapter spotted in Gears of War 2 box

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2009

Xbox 360 802.11n adapter spotted in Gears of War 2 boxWe’ve been waiting for this one for some time now. An 802.11n adapter for our Xbox 360. It cleared the FCC and has now appeared on a flyer inside a Gears of War 2 Game of the Year edition box in Italy.

The guys at Joystiq think that this might indicate that both the original 802.11a/b/g and 802.11n adapter might co-existence in the same market, and who knows, maybe a price cut for the expensive original. All we can do is wait and see.

Belkin networking gear is 802.11n compliant

Posted in Belkin by Shane McGlaun on September 14th, 2009

belkin80211n-sbAfter a delay that felt like years, the IEEE finally ratified the 802.11n standard. This means that products can finally stop advertising the 802.11 draft N caveat and become fully 802.11n complaint.

Belkin wasted no time and announced that many of its existing products are already compatible and meet the 802.11n specifications. The compliant products include the N Wireless Routers and modem routers, the N+ Wireless router, N1 Vision Router, N Wireless Notebook Card, N Wireless USB Adapter, and more.

New Trendnet router offers up 300Mbps dual band N

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 31st, 2008

Trendnet TEW-672GR

Trendnet unveiled today a beefy new dual band N router. It is called the Trendnet TEW-672GR and pricing is around $158.

The Trendnet TEW-672GR is a new 300Mbps dual band wireless N Gigabit router. It offers users the choice of the 2.4GHz or 5.0GHz radio bands for their data transfer needs and includes four Gigabit ports on the back of the router to do quick transfers to other wired devices.

Netgear unveils new wireless N upgrade kit

Posted in Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on July 30th, 2008

Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100)

Netgear is bundling a few of its  wireless 802.11n products together so one can add 5GHz wireless n speed to an existing network. This bundle is called the Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100) and pricing is set around $150.

The Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100) consists of Netgear’s 5GHz Wireless-N HD Access Point (WNHDE111) and RangeMax Dual-Band Wireless-N Adapter (WNDA3100). Netgear says this kit lets you quickly get 802.1n 5Ghz wireless up and running by plugging the WNHDE111 into an existing router or gateway. Adding it to an existing 802.11b/g network will, in effect, give you a dual-band network.


D-Link debuts new 802.11n dual router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on June 24th, 2008

D-Link DIR-628

Another 802.11n wireless router is set to debut from the networking folks over at D-Link. This one is the D-Link DIR-628 and it will price somewhat cheaply at around $120.

The D-Link DIR-628 offers dual band 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with selectable 2.4GHz or 5GHz connectivity options, according to D-Link. D-Link has also built into this router technology which will supposedly prioritize network traffic so items like VoIP phone calls get the most bandwidth.

Kyocera preps 802.11n KR2 portable router

Posted in Kyocera,Routers,Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on October 24th, 2007

Kyocera KR2 Mobile RouterKyocrea Wireless recently unveiled a new portable router which supports 802.11n (Draft 2.0) for faster wireless connections. The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router will be available sometime in early 2008.

The Kyocera KR2 Mobile Router follows on the heels of the award-winning KR1. The KR2, besides supporting 802.11n, is designed to work with PCMCIA, ExpressCard and USB devices for wireless connectivity. It can also also act as a regular router via wired connections. A dedicated button helps setup and bolster wireless security, with the router featuring VPN-L2TP and enhanced encryption for network security.

Apple Unveils New Airport Extreme with 802.11n

Posted in Apple,Networking,News,Routers by Darrin Olson on January 10th, 2007

Apple released the new Airport Extreme Base Station with 802.11nAlthough greatly overshadowed by recent releases of the Apple TV and the iPhone, the new Apple Airport Extreme Base Station was also recently released by Apple and probably deserves a little more recognition than it’s gotten so far.

The new Airport Extreme is an upgrade from the previous version in multiple ways. The design changed to a square look, similar to that of a mini-Mac or the new Apple TV, with small dimensions of only 1.3 inches high and 6.5 inches square. The wireless capabilities are the other major upgrade which now covers the new 802.11n standard, but is still backwards compatible with the 802.11b and 802.11g technologies.

“The new Airport Extreme is the most powerful and easy to use Wi-Fi base station that we have ever made,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide …