Buffalo rolls out three budget Wireless-N devices

Buffalo Technology adds three new Wireless-N value-models to its wireless line-up, the WCR-GN wireless router, Nfiniti Wireless-N Dual Band Ethernet Converter –  WLAE-AG300N and Wireless-N Ultra-Compact USB 2.0 Adapter.

The new compact N-Technology Wireless N150 Router and Access Point WCR-GN is a compact, standard router and access point with four Ethernet ports, which offers speeds up to 150 Mbps, feature Buffalo’s AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) and Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) for a $39.99.

Buffalo WCR-GN Wireless-N150 Router & Access Point

The Nfiniti Wireless-N Dual Band Ethernet Converter, Access Point and Bridge WLAE-AG300N is a versatile multifunction dual-band solution that can be configured to operate in three different modes –  as an Ethernet converter, allows you simultaneously connects up to two wired devices to a wireless network,  ideal for multimedia devices like gaming consoles, DVRs, video streaming hardware, etc. The WLAE-AG300N also can be configured as an access point to create a wireless network or two units can be used to create a dedicated, high-performance 11n bridge or repeater. This will cost you $74.99

Buffalo WLAE AG300N Nfiniti Wireless-N Dual Band Ethernet Converter, Access Point & Bridge

And the final is the tiny WLI-UC-GNM – Wireless-N Ultra-Compact USB 2.0 Adapter,  for easy upgrade to your notebook  to 802.11n standart. Price $39.99.

Buffalo WLI-UC-GNM wireless-n usb adapter

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