Cisco’s Linksys intends to offer a new range of E-Series routers to the masses, so if you’re currently in the market looking for one, you might want to start directing your resources as well as research time their way. This new family of routers and switches do seem to be pretty capable on paper, comprising of five routers that are all capable of handle data transfers which approaching 450Mbps (in theory, of coourse). Not only that, they come with a 3×3 spatial stream configuration that will deliver improved coverage, external power amplifiers to maintain signal strength across a longer distance while making sure dead spots are reduced, and virtual USB technology whcih allows one to connect to USB printers, storage and compatible devices over the network. Linksys intends to ship these puppies in the near future to the masses from $59.99 all the way to $179.99 depending on the model, with the most expensive among them sporting dual-band 802.11 and the fastest transfer support (naturally, don’t you think so?).
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