Linksys intros dual-band Draft 11n router

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Tim Higgins

Linksys WRT600N (click to enlarge)The WRT600N includes a Storage Link function that converts an attached USB hard drive into networked storage. Other features include a four-port 10/100/1000 Ethernet switch and FTP and UPnP AV servers. The router also ships with the Linksys Easy Link Advisor to help consumers install and manage their home networks.

The WRT600N and WPC600N are available now at estimated street prices of $279.99 and $99.99 respectively. Additional Ultra RangePlus products, including USB and ExpressCard adapters will be available in the "first quarter of 2008".

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