Hercules HWNR-300 Wireless N Cable Router £19.49 Free Delivery RRP:£79.99 @ play.com - HotUKDeals
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Specifications

Bandwidths reaching 300 Mbps
Simple and secure network connection at the push of a button
Mobile positionable antennas for maximum performance
Unique design
Wireless MultiMedia features

Description
Simple and secure network connection at the push of a button,unique design

Based on the new WiFi 802.11n standard, the Hercules Wireless N router offers bandwidths reaching 300 Mbps* - i.e. 5.5 times greater than the previous 802.11g standard.
A 300 Mbps bandwidth enables users to broadcast HD movies and music featuring a 5.1 mix, to surf the Internet and play online games simultaneously, without lag
Optimum and enhanced coverage thanks to 3 unique positionable antennas, MIMO technology and the new 802.11n standard, even with 802.11g routers or boxes.
The Hercules WiFi Manager N software, available in 8 languages, provides a user-friendly interface for beginners as well as expert configuration options for advanced users.
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#1
is this any good? i have vermen connection and after new router to attach their modem
#2
parad1gm
is this any good? i have vermen connection and after new router to attach their modem
vermen give you free router when u join them.

Edited By: salehunt on Oct 07, 2010 19:02: sel
#3
here few reviews alatest.co.uk
#4
If Apple made routers they'd look like this; "a victory of form over function". Probably works OK in open air, but sent mine back after it performed slower & less reliably than my older 54g Linksys.
#5
BargainMad
If Apple made routers they'd look like this; "a victory of form over function". Probably works OK in open air, but sent mine back after it performed slower & less reliably than my older 54g Linksys.

Apple do make routers, they look like this: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC340B/A/AirPort-Extreme?fnode=MTY1NDA0Mg&mco=MTMzNzU2NDk
#6
megalomaniac
BargainMad
If Apple made routers they'd look like this; "a victory of form over function". Probably works OK in open air, but sent mine back after it performed slower & less reliably than my older 54g Linksys.

Apple do make routers, they look like this: http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC340B/A/AirPort-Extreme?fnode=MTY1NDA0Mg&mco=MTMzNzU2NDk


My reference was really relating to the somewhat different appearance of the device and a parallel with certain lager adverts rather than being a 100% statement of fact.
Not wishing to be picky but that's an AP isn't it? not a router. :)

Edited By: BargainMad on Oct 08, 2010 09:43: extra info / spelling
#7
BargainMad
Not wishing to be picky but that's an AP isn't it? not a router. :)

Definitely a router, although it can be used as an access point.

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