Hawking Technologies announced today that it has begun shipping a draft 802.11n USB networking adapter with upgradeable antennas and a USB print server designed for use with multifunction printers.
Berkeley Varitronics Systems today announced its latest Yellowjacket B/A/N/G 802.11b/a/n/g Wi-Fi analyzer.
The B/A/N/G is a Yellowjacket 802.11 "BAG" Wi-Fi analyzer with upgrades for draft 802.11n and signal-to-noise ratio measurements. OlderYellowjacket models can be upgraded free of charge.
The Yellowjacket-B/A/N/G is available now. Pricing was not announced.
The 625 is also a two-antenna design (2T2R) with a four port 10/100 switch. But it has a different Ubicom processor that yields 100 Mbps wire-speed unidirectional routing throughput and 144 Mbps of total simultaneous up/downlink throughput. It also maxed out our Maximum Simultaneous Connections test at 200 connections.
The D-Link DIR-615 has been added to the Router Charts and will be added to the Wireless Charts shortly. This is D-Link's least-expensive draft 802.11n router.
Apple today released a draft 802.11n version of its AirPort Express mobile base station. The new version has all of the features of its predecessor and now incorporates a dual-band draft 2.0 802.11n radio.
It is available now for $99.
Nilay Patel's take on Apple's latest variation on the Airport Extreme:
Hardware: Basically an Airport Extreme with a hard drive inside.
Performance: Hogs the network when it's backing up.
Features: Backups only. Can't use as a general-purpose NAS.
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