Buffalo Refreshes “High Power” N Router Trio

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Tim Higgins

Buffalo logoBuffalo has replaced three of its high power routers with updated versions.

The new AirStation HighPower wireless routers ship with an updated version of DD-WRT firmware installed, which is also available for download for "select legacy models". The new DD-WRT is said to provide "greater stability and increased performance".

The new routers also include a new user setup wizard and printed admin and access card. The combination is designed to get users connected to the Internet via a secure wireless network within "minutes of opening the box".

Buffalo WZR-600DHP/WZR-300HP and WHR-300HP

Buffalo WZR-600DHP/WZR-300HP and WHR-300HP

The new models are:

WZR-600DHP AirStation HighPower N600 Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Router – Simultaneous dual-band ("N600") router with Gigabit WAN and four switched LAN ports and one USB 2.0 port for drive and printer sharing. Replaces the WZR-HP-AG300H. $119.99 estimated street price.

WZR-300HP AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router – 2.4 GHz "N300" router with Gigabit WAN and four switched LAN ports and one USB 2.0 port for drive and printer sharing. Replaces the WZR-HP-G300NH. $84.99 estimated street price.

WHR-300HP AirStation HighPower N300 Wireless Router– 2.4 GHz "N300" router with 10/100 ports and dual external upgradeable antennas. No USB drive or printer sharing. Replaces the WHR-HP-G300N. $59.99 estimated street price.

All models are expected to ship "early" this month and are backed by a limited three-year warranty.

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