The WZR2-G300N and WHR-G125 will be available next month at estimated street prices of $99 and $49 respectively.
Buffalo also announced two new "high gain" 802.11g USB 2.0 adapters.
The WLI-U2-SG54HG features a built-in omni-directional antenna and attaches with suction cups to the back of a notebook or desktop PC, while the WLI-U2-G54HG has a directional antenna plus a signal strength indicator. Both devices are powered directly via the USB connection and support Buffalo's AOSS as well as WPA, WPA2 and 128/64-bit WEP.
The WLI-U2-G54HG and WLI-U2-G54HG will both be available next month at an estimated street price of $49 each.
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