Cisco Linksys E1200 Wireless N router visits the FCC

Consumer wireless routers probably aren’t designed to last a lifetime and if you’re planning on upgrading your current home networking setup, you might want to take note that Cisco Linksys has just sent a new router labeled the E1200 over to the FCC. The device is listed as a single band Wireless N router with a maximum data transfer rate of 270Mbps. A picture of the router wasn’t available, but the device’s label has been pictured. We’re still looking forward to pricing or availability information on this router, so stay tuned!

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