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Thursday, 12 July 2007 11:11

Belkin N1 Vision WiFi router gets a display

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Shows how fast you're going

Belking has announced its new N1 Vision draft 802.11n router, which has a built in LCD display that can be used for a variety of things, such as seeing your up and download speeds, bandwidth usage, connected devices and date and time.

Not only does this have to be one of the coolest looking routers on the market, but it's also one of the most expensive routers at US$199.99 when it becomes available in the US later this month. It will be available worldwide, but Belkin hasn't announced when as yet.

Belkin claims that the N1 Vision has a range of up to about 500 meters in 802.11n mode using a Belking 802.11n product on the other end as well. Belking also claims speeds of up to 300Mbps when using the 20/40MHz channel mode. The router features plug and play setup and doesn't require any software to be installed on a computer.

The N1 Vision features wired Gigabit Ethernet ports all around, even for the WAN interface, which is good new for people with really fast internet connections.

You can check out some more pictures and read the press release here

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