Wireless Archive

Bluetooth Dongle for iPhone & iPod

Posted October 18, 2008 By gnehiy

22Moo released an A2DP Bluetooth dongle for the iPhone and iPod called the BD-906. The device connects to the 30-pin dock connector, and transmits a wireless stereo audio signal to Bluetooth headphones or speakers. AVRCP protocol is supported, which allows remote control of playback functions, along with independent volume controls on the front of the dongle. Users can still charge their device with a USB power passthrough.

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NetGear SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N VPN Firewall

Posted October 9, 2008 By gnehiy

NetGear unveiled its SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N Virtual Private Network (VPN) firewall, which claims to be the first to combine dual band 5.0/2.4GHz Wireless-N with SSL and IPsec VPN. The product is designed for small businesses that require increased wireless performance and high security.

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D-Link’s new DIR-825 models now not only boasting dual-band capabilities to pump out 2.4GHz and 5Ghz signals simultaneously but also comes with USB sharing as well. DIR-825 comes with D-Link’s trademark SharePort technology, which will let you plug in any USB printer or storage device and access ‘em from any computer on the network. The router is also supposedly “optimized for HD video streaming” and, according to D-Link, it’ll also out-perform most other Draft N routers in general and save the planet in the process.

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Imation WUSB Apollo Pro Backup your stuffs wirelessly

Posted September 28, 2008 By texas



Imation Apollo Pro WX is the first WUSB hard drive in the market that is certified wireless USB as well as providing an automatic incremental backups whenever it is in range with your notebook. This is actually pretty unique since other portable drives still require you to plug in the USB cable before its auto-backup feature kicks in.

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Sony Ericsson 3G modems

Posted June 17, 2008 By gnehiy

Sony Ericsson unveiled two new USB modems for frequent travelers – the MD400 and MD400g. The MD400 and its GPS-capable equivalent MD400g each support 3G cellular data up to 7.2Mbps over virtually any HSDPA-based network, including those in North America.

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