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Belkin N+ Wireless RouterThe N+ Wireless Router features Belkin's new vertical design that will be rolling out across its wireless router line in the coming months. The router has a four port gigabit switch, WPS wireless security and a USB port to support USB flash and hard drives for networked sharing. A companion USB adapter was also announced.

MSRP's are $119.99 for the router and $99.99 for the adapter.

The company also unveiled a line of HomePlug powerline networking adapters. The Powerline AV+ is HomePlug AV certified and supports a 200 Mbps raw data rate. It has a built-in three port 10/100 switch and can plug directly into a wall outlet or via a line cord.

Also introduced were the Powerline AV, a single port version of the AV+, and Powerline adapter. The Powerline has a single 10/100 Ethernet port and is HomePlug 1.0 plus Turbo compliant, supporting an 85 Mbps raw data rate.

The products are available as two-adapter "starter kits" at MSRP's of $179.99, $149.99 and $99.99 for the AV+, AV and Powerline products repsectively. The AV+ Starter kit includes one AV+ and one AV adapter. The other starter kits include two of the same adapters.

Belkin also introduced its FlyWire wireless HD extender. The Flywire comes in two models: the Flywire, which is said to offer "whole-home" range; and the FlyWire R1, intended for "in-room" use.

Belkin FlyWire rear panel

Both models use an unspecified 5 GHz technology and come with a matching receiver, remote control, IR receiver and blaster and HDMI cables. Both models have three HDMI , two component and one composite video input. The receiver output is HDMI only. Supported resolutions range from 480i to 1080p.

MSRPs are $999.99 for the AV69003 Flywire and $699.99 for the AV69000 FlyWire R1

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