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Most devices that have made it through the FCC will most probably arrive on the US market in due time, and we believe the same applies to the Samsung CY-SWR1100 dual-band wireless N router. Looks like Samsung is increasing their reach even into the home networking market after seeing the growing trend of consumers relying more and more on their home network to stream media. Since Samsung already has a stable of Internet-connected TVs and Blu-Ray players, having a wireless router thrown into the mix makes good business sense as well. The use of dual-band wireless N connectivity is more than enough to cover most small to medium-sized homes, but if you happen to own a mansion, you’d better look elsewhere. This is actually a D-Link constructed router, but slapped with a Samsung label on the front. There is no word on pricing or a release date just yet at press time.
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