Linksys E4200 IEEE 802.11n Wireless Router (2.40 GHz ISM Band - 5 GHz UNII Band - 6 X Antenna - 450 Mbps Wireless Speed - 4 X Network Port - 1 X Broadband Port - USB - Gigabit Ethernet)

Linksys E4200 IEEE 802.11n Wireless Router (2.40 GHz ISM Band - 5 GHz UNII Band - 6 X...

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The Linksys E4200 is a powerful simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N router optimized for maximum wireless experience. A built-in USB port and UPnP media server lets you stream HD videos seamlessly...More

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The Linksys E4200 is a powerful simultaneous dual-band Wireless-N router optimized for maximum wireless experience. A built-in USB port and UPnP media server lets you stream HD videos seamlessly directly from your router to your wireless devices. Share files with other computers wirelessly, with network speeds of up to 450 Mbps. Maximize gaming performance with the router's 4 Gigabit ports. Plus, the latest version of Cisco Connect software gets you set up in a few simple steps and offers powerful tools for managing your wireless network.

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  • Cisco-Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router

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    rsquo;s network, and built-in UPnP AV media server capabilities for streaming to gaming consoles and other UPnP devices. Features Dual-Band Wirelees N Router Geared for Home Theater Scenarios 2.4/5GHz Bands Four Gigabit Ports Six Internal Antennas USB Storage Port Bandwidth Prioritization UPnP AV Media Server WPA/WPA2 Security Win/Mac ... PROS: (1) very stylish aesthetic - sets a new standard for home routers (2) compact (3) full Gigabit LAN ports (4) USB port for NAS functionality (5) supports 450Mbps on the 5GHz band (requires special wireless N hardware) ... CONS: (1) very bulky power adapter - disappointing for such a slick router (2) no USB printer support (3) pretty expensive Read more

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