DigiTimes reported today that D-Link has cut the price of "entry-level" draft 802.11n routers in the U.S. market to under $50.
The reason for the price cut is to "drive shipments of its 802.11n products up to its goal of two million units set for this year".
As of this morning, Pricegrabber is showing a price of $49.99 for the DIR-615 Wireless N Router at Circuit City and Best Buy.
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