The WGA600N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gaming Adapter is a dual-band draft 11n to Ethernet adapter that supports gaming consoles, VoIP adapters or anything else with an Ethernet port and requires no drivers or other software. It also is available now with estimated street pricing between $90 and $100.
WGA600N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gaming Adapter
I did a little digging on the FCC ID site and found that the Gaming adapter uses an Atheros AR9104 802.11n Dual-band 2x2 MIMO Radio, AR9160 BB/MAC and Ubicom IP5090 controller. I couldn't get any internal details on the USB adapter since Linksys asked for a 45 day delay on their release. No details on the Express card either, since I couldn't find it in the FCC database.
Linksys also wanted everyone to know that it has a "new and improved version" of its Linksys EasyLink Advisor (LELA) network setup tool. The new version features live technical support via an embedded WebEx client and "educational tools" to help consumers make the most of their home networks.
New and Improved Linksys EasyLink Advisor
Finally, the WVC54GCA Wireless-G Internet Home Monitoring Camera with Audio was introduced. To tell you the truth, I can't see much difference between it and the WVC54GC that's been out for awhile. So I asked my Linksys contact to explain the difference and he replied "Higher resolution, better in low light and the A is for audio. Also, it's black". That may be, but the two cameras still look the same to me!