Panasonic Home Gateway Router Wins CES 2003 Innovations Award

Posted: Dec 27 2002, 1:46pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Panasonic Home Gateway Router wins CES 2003 Innovations Award
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The Panasonic KX-HGW600 (MSRP: $499) addresses the demands of home users and small businesses for shared broadband Internet access, Internet security, and shared resources among multiple computers, without complicated connections or expensive re-wiring.  It features four fast Ethernet LAN ports (10/100 BaseT Switch), allowing users to create a home or small office Local Area Network (LAN) with linked computers and peripherals such as printers and scanners.  Up to 128 devices can be linked. The wireless router automatically detects up to 16 Panasonic Network Cameras and assigns local IP addresses and port numbers for each cameraplays over 250 songs on a single CD. Features include: play list management, built-in FM tuner, skip-free music playback, up to 23 hours of continuous playtime and MP3, WMA and ASF format support. The SlimX 400 comes with an expansive accessories package including wraparound headphones, custom carrying case, four-line backlit remote control, power adapter, rechargeable batteries with built-in charger, external battery pack and a complete car kit for music on the road. The SlimX 400 also has an auto-EQ option that adjusts to listeners music and free online software upgrades.

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