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CES 2012

CES LogoEnGenius has announced a line of extended-range 802.11n routers.

The new XtraRange family includes one single band and two simultaneous dual-band models.

The ESR300H High-Power 300Mbps Wireless N Router is 2.4GHz only with 10/100 ports, one WAN and four switched LAN.

The ESR600H High-Power Dual-Band Wireless-N Router with Gigabit and USB is simultaneous dual-band with Gigabit Ethernet ports, one WAN and four switched LAN and USB 2.0 port for drive and printer sharing.

EnGenius ESR300H XtraRange 802.11n router

EnGenius ESR300H XtraRange 802.11n router

The ESR750H High-Power Dual-Band Wireless-N Router with Gigabit, USB and shAir starts with the ESR600H's features then adds three-stream N support in 5 GHz. In addition, the shAir feature lets Apple devices stream music to attached USB speakers.

All models share a feature set including four SSIDs for flexible guest network support, upgradable antennas and time-based Internet access control and URL/keyword filtering parental control. Other features include SPI firewall, WPA/WPA2 encryption, 802.1x authentication, WPS, L2TP and PPTP VPN tunneling, VPN pass-through and MAC address filtering.

Price and availability is:

  • ESR300H / Now / $44.99
  • ESR600H / Q1 2012 / $109
  • ESR750H / Q1 2012 / $129
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