A couple of aussie press releases from both Billion and Minitar let us know today of their new ADSL2+ VOIP Modem/Routers and palm-sized "MNWAPGR" AP/Router respectively. The full scoop within the Billion and Minitar PR's.
Picture shown is of the Minitar MNWAPGR wireless access point with miniature dimensions of 15cm x 12cm x 3cm.
A new ultra-compact 802.11g wireless access point and router was announced today by Australian networking equipment specialist Minitar. It has been designed specifically for Australian users and includes full support for Telstra's BigPond Cable 'heartbeat', which allows users to share their BigPond cable internet to multiple computers wirelessly without running any software.
The palm-sized Minitar MNWAPGR (15cm x 12cm x 3cm) has a feature-set equivalent to full-sized routers, but can be easily carried in a pocket or packed with a notebook computer for business travel. As an access point and router, it allows business travellers to plug in to an ethernet internet point in a hotel and share the connection across their hotel room or adjacent rooms wirelessly.
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