Belkin Launches N+ Wireless Router

Posted: Jul 11 2008, 12:01pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:24am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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Belkin has announced its latest wireless router called the N+ Wireless Router. The router is an 802.11n speed device that also supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup. The device is Wi-Fi N draft 2.0 certifies and supports both Mac and Windows OS’.

The router uses a vertical design and has gigabit ports for faster wired speeds. On the front of the router are LEDs that show network speeds at a glance. A USB port on the router allows users to directly connect external hard drives to allow them to be shared on the network. The router will be available in October for $119.99.

Also launching with the router is an N+ Wireless USB Adapter that works with the WPS security with one button press. This allows users to set up a secure network without having to go in and configure the router and adapter. The USB adapter will retail for $99.99.

Via Belkin

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