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The wireless-N protocol, while improving speed, also increases the range of your wireless network.

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Gigabit ethernet connection speeds

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Built-in NAS support (attach an external USB drive for network storage)

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Cons

Dropped connections because of encryption

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Storage link not *yet* supported by Vista Home Premium 32-bit (maybe fixed in mid-August Vista update)

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The Linksys WRT350N features the wireless pre-N protocol claimed to be up to 12 times faster than an equivalent wireless G router. The wireless-N protocol, while improving speed, also increases the range of your wireless network. This router also functions as a four port gigabit switch.

Linksys has also included a USB storage link to enable networking to an external USB hard drive that doesn't have built-in NAS support. The media server capabilities of this router allow you to stream videos, pictures, music, and other media easily to the rest of your home network.

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Gt-d
04/03/2008 11:38

using this in the store, but not using the USB/NAS function since we don't need it right now

Omar
11/04/2006 11:30

Damn this thing IS sweet. It's actually not THAT expensive considering that N routers are already in the $150-$200 range, this adds the USB/NAS functionality which is just awesome.

Erik
11/04/2006 10:59

This looks pretty sweet. I'm intrigued by the storage link/media server feature. It solves the missing NAS problem with external drives like this. Pretty expensive though.

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