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Linksys E4200 Wireless-N Router sports a stylish design

Posted in Linksys by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2011

A gadget can’t get by on looks alone, but sometimes they can go a long way. That’s the case with this Cisco/Linksys E4200 router. The Wireless-N router will deliver best-in-class speed and performance and is equipped with 6 antennas which deliver maximum range and reliability.

These also double your network bandwidth with simultaneous dual-band N (2.4 and 5 GHz) for high performance wireless entertainment. It has 4 Gigabit Ethernet posts for as much as 10 times faster wired speeds. You can expect it to hit the stores in the next few months for $180.

Linksys WRT160NL Linux-powered media sharing router

Posted in Linksys by Conner Flynn on June 23rd, 2009

Linksys WRT160NL Linux-powered media sharing routerLook at this. Routers are getting just a tad sexier after all. And if you have some media to share with those around you, the Linksys Wireless N Storage Router is a nice looking option. It’s a sexier refresh of Wireless G, throwing in external R-SMA antenna connectors, USB connectivity (for your external drive) and an integrated media server.

The device can stream to PCs or UPnP AV digital media adapters, and it supports FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS file systems in both read and write mode. It’s available now for Just $109.99.

CES 2008

Linksys dual-band wireless-N gaming adapter

Posted in Adapters,CES 2008,Linksys,Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on January 7th, 2008

Linksys WGA600N dual band wireless N WiFi gaming adapterLinsys has a new wireless gaming adapter they are showing off at the annual CES conference this week in Las Vegas, boasting it as the first dual-band wireless-N gaming adapter on the market. The WGA600N rids the need for stringing CAT-5 cable from your router across the house and into the room with your game console(s) by providing a fast wireless adapter to connect them.

The new gaming router from Linksys will connect to the ethernet port of your Xbox, Playstation or Gamecube and bring online gaming or head-to-head matches with other games to your console without having to string the wires. The adapter can then connect to older 802.11a/b/g networks if needed or gets higher bandwidth when its available through a wireless-N network. According to Linksys the setup is pretty simple too, with no drivers needed. Just plug the adapter into the Ethernet port of your console and it will find the network and connect up.

Linksys bringing new Media Center Extenders

Posted in DVD,Linksys,Set Top Boxes by Darrin Olson on September 26th, 2007

Linksys DMA 2200 Media Center Extender connects with Windows Media CenterLinksys has released some scant information about two new Media Center Extenders that they have slated for launch in November, designed to extend the reach of the digital media on your computer through the Windows Media Center.

One problem that a lot of people have with digital media, especially high-def movies, on their computer is having a way to get it out of the room with the computer an into their entertainment center. These extenders avoid having to have a dedicated computer in your entertainment room by streaming the content to your TV or home stereo.

Linksys launches RangePlus networking products

Posted in Linksys,Routers,Wi-Fi by Reuben Drake on September 20th, 2007

Linksys WRT100 wireless router is part of the Linksys RangePlus line of networking productsLinksys has some new Wi-Fi products on the market as part of the new LinkSys RangePlus family which promises to increase the range of your home wireless network at affordable prices. The new products include a wireless router (WRT100), notebook adapter (WPC100), PCI adapter (WMP100) and USB Notebook adapter (WUSB100).

The WRT100 router (pictured here) has dropped the Linksys blue color and has taken the flat black look more common of its Cisco parent. The family of RangePlus products uses Multiple Input, Multiple Output (MIMO) technology to provide better coverage in a larger area with fewer dead spots. Although Linksys would like you to buy all the products as they are designed to work together, they will likely support the standard 802.11 b/g. The products do however feature some added features unique to Linksys that make setup a little easier.

Linksys Unveils VoIP iPhone Family

Posted in Cisco,Linksys,News,VoIP by Darrin Olson on December 18th, 2006

Linksys Announces VoIP iPhone FamilyToday Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems announced its new iPhone family of VoIP handsets. Linksys has been a long time provider of small office and home networking solutions, and the iPhone series is intended to help the same market further take advantage of the internet and networking by combining VoIP, WiFi, Skype and standard telephone services into their handhelds.

This release has come as a surprise to a lot of Apple fans who have been eagerly anticipating a release of the iPhone based on rumors that fully expected it to be a product of Apple combining mobile phone features to that of an iPod.

Linksys has released the following seven handset solutions in the iPhone family that have different combinations of features and services. All area available globally now at the listed estimated prices:

* iPhone Cordless Internet Telephony Kit – CIT200- …

Linksys Announces iPhone – Not Apple

Posted in Cisco,iPhone,Linksys,Mobile Phones,News,VoIP by Chetz on December 18th, 2006

iPhone Announced by LinksysThere has been a lot of anticipation for the release of the iPhone, with thoughts of the ultimate multimedia phone from Apple combining the coolest features of a mobile handset with the coolest features of an iPod. That may still happen, but it won’t be called the iPhone.

Today Linksys announced the release of the Linksys iPhone family, a series of seven VoIP handsets that support different combinations of VoIP, Wireless-G, Skype and standard telephone services. While this announcement is still an impressive offering from Linksys, it has left many Apple fans slightly disappointed after waiting in excited anticipation for the Apple iPhone, not the Linksys iPhone. Apparently Cisco, the parent of Linksys, has owned the iPhone name all along. They acquired it in 2000 when they bought Infogear, who acquired the trademark for iPhone 10 years ago.

The phone pictured here is the …

Linksys Wireless-N USB Network Adapter

Posted in Linksys by Paul Patterson on December 10th, 2006

Linksys Wireless-N USB Network AdapterThe Linksys Wireless-N USB Network Adapter is the very latest in wireless networking technology. By utilizing Wireless-N (draft 802.11n), you can enjoy high-speed wireless network access at greater distances for your desktop or notebook computer. The Wireless-N USB Network Adapter is up to 12 times faster than Wireless-G with 4 times the distance (when both ends of the wireless link are Wireless-N). The adapter can also connect to Wireless-G and -B networks.

Wireless-N works by overlaying the signals of multiple radios or MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) to multiply the effective data rate. Wireless-N is great for multimedia-centric applications like streaming video, gaming, and VoIP calls. Wireless-N gives you plenty of bandwidth to run multiple media-intense data streams through the network at the same time.

Keep in mind, 802.11n is still in draft even though it is being adopted by a number of companies who …

Go Gigabit with Linksys Wireless MIMO Router

Posted in Linksys,Routers by Quagmire on October 14th, 2006

Linksys WRT350NThose people looking for wireless Gigabit in their home just got a new option in the Linksys WRT350N Wireless-N Gigabit Router. The Router utilizes Wireless-N (draft 802.11n) and MIMO, which is the very latest in wireless networking technologies. Up to 12 times faster than Wireless-G, the WRT350N will work with both Wireless-G and -B devices.

The Wireless-N and gigabit wired networking is positioned towards those users of media-centric applications like streaming video, gaming, and Voice over IP telephony. This router will give you plenty of bandwidth to run multiple media-intense data streams through the network at the same time.

More than just a router, the WRT350N is four devices in one box:
1. A Wireless Access Point
2. A built-in 4-port full-duplex 10/100/1000 Switch for your wired-Ethernet devices.
3. A Router function lets your whole network share a …