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TRENDnet TEW-692GR 450 Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Router TRENDnet just announced the start of shipments for its three-stream N concurrent dual-band router.

The TEW-692GR 450 Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Router has two radios that simultaneously support maximum link rates of 450 Mbps when set to 40 MHz mode and used with three-stream N adapters.

Other features include Gigabit WAN (1) and LAN (4) ports and Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) support.

TRENDnet also recently announced a dual-band three-stream N USB adapter.

The TEW-692GR comes with a three-year warranty and is on the way now to retailers and etailers with street pricing around $160.

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