D-LINK Releases D-Link DIR-655 802.11n Router

"D-LINK Releases D-Link DIR-655 802.11n Router"

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D-Link, is now shipping its most powerful home networking routers and adapters yet using the latest Draft 802.11n wireless technology. The D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router (DIR-655) and its accompanying Xtreme N desktop and notebook adapters (DWA-552 and DWA-652, respectively) are designed for consumers, small businesses and gamers who demand the highest performance possible from their wireless networks.

The Xtreme N family is designed for larger homes and offices with high-speed Internet using multiple PCs, game consoles and other digital home devices such as streaming media adapters.

The pricing seems to be set to $200 for the DIR-655 router, $120 for the DWA-652 notebook adapter, $142 for the DWA-552 desktop adapter, $150 for the RangeBooster N USB Adapter.

Additional information on the DIR-655 Xtreme N Gigabit Router

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20-10-2006, 01:17:00

WC Annihilus
These small, yet reliable speed demons are now known to fully support the Windows environment. Don't you want one?

Read on

20-10-2006, 03:36:20

Kempez
Oooh they're uber sexy...Solid State drives ftw mefinks :D

20-10-2006, 04:03:58

Harrythepot

Oooh they're uber sexy...Solid State drives ftw mefinks :D




i was reading on another hardware review site that someone had already tried this and it was called something like XRAM if me finds a pic then i will post it, was a long time ago but i think solid state is the future for long term storage

20-10-2006, 04:10:13

Harrythepot
FOUND IT

[IMG]http://i64.photobucket.com/albums/h187/harrythepot136/iram-1.jpg[/IMG]

it was called I-ram and was made by Gigabyte

http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-51784544344753709&q=ram

20-10-2006, 04:19:15

Kempez
Ye I know about that mate - but I would assume that these won't lose the data stored if seperated from a power source - unlike the i-ram

20-10-2006, 04:26:01

Harrythepot
yeah it was the only downside, if you had not turned your computer on for 16 hours then all the data would have gone.

20-10-2006, 04:34:09

Kempez
Yep - these look far better :)
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