You can’t say that you have gone truly wireless unless you have the Belkin Home Base in your abode – it merges both wireless networking as well as USB connectivity in a single device, offering users a simple and easy method of sharing up to a quartet of USB-enabled devices from a central location. The Home Base can also turn one of your external hard drives into a media server if you do have a DLNA set up at home, playing nice with compatible devices such as the Xbox 360 or Sony PS3. Interestingly enough, the Belkin Home Base retails for $66 over at Amazon while their own online store has stated a $129.99 price tag.
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