|ASUS 54Mbps Pocket Wireless Access Point|
|Summary||Teeny 802.11g access point based on Marvell chipset. Can be used as client adapter. Does not support WDS bridging / repeating|
|Pros||• Extremely small and portable
• Supports WPA
• Can run as an AP or Ethernet client adapter
|Cons||• Does not support WDS bridging / repeating
• Very limited monitoring features
• Can't attach higher-gain antennas
As promised, ASUS has delivered the 802.11g version of its innovative WL330 mini Access Point. It's as small as its older sibling but more attractively styled. There's good and bad news, however, in the feature department.
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