Wireless Router with NAS option

WiFi router

Belkin recently announced its new N+ Wireless Router with very interesting feature. It allows to connect external USB drive to use it as NAS. The router supports draft 802.11n 2.0 which increase wireless data transfer significantly. Additionally it’s equiped with gigabit Ethernet ports for reliable high speed wired connections and download Speedometer bar for measurement of the download speed of your network.

The Belkin’s N+ Wireless Router will be available next month at just $119.99! Good price for such kind of devices.

Sony Mylo 2

Sony Milo 2

Since the first release of Sony’s personal WiFi communicator it was improved a lot. The Mylo 2 has a 4.5-inch 800 x 450 touchscreen, 1GB of internal memory and a 1.3-megapixel camera. MiniUSB port or WiFi can be used for communication with the world. The installed software includes following: Flash Lite 3 for online video (such as YouTube and Google Video), a Netfront-based browser, IM client (supporting AIM, Gtalk and Yahoo! IM), Skype, podcast client and RSS aggregator. Additionally the mylo 2 has widget system which is compatible with web gadgets such Facebook or Google. Music and video fans will be happy to play back WMA/PlaysForSure DRM, MP3, AAC, ATRAC and MPEG-4 files on their gadget.

[via Slash Gear]

The Sony Mylo 2 is expected to be available this month at $300. BTW, I’m waiting delivery my Nokia N810 from UK. It’s a bit more expensive than Mylo 2 but it’s more featured too. Hope it’ll be on Cyprus next week.

See speed and bandwidth on the router

Belkin N1 Vision

Belkin, well-known producer stylish gadgets and accessories, announced its new product – N1 Vision. It’s a wireless router but as the rest Belkin’s products it looks very attractive. Moreover, featured by full monochrome LCD display the N1 Vision tracks your upstream / downstream speeds, logs your bandwidth, displays date, time and network access key info, and also shows you what devices are connected and how much bandwidth each one is eating up.

In addition to displaying network data, the N1 sports 802.11n and gigabit ports. It has a link rate of 300Mbps and a range of up 1,600 ft. If you really need to monitor your network status the price at $199.99 is not so expensive for that kind device.

[via Engadget]

A Secure Home WiFi Design

Since WiFi is available for home users it’s time to make WiFi network more secure. Daily Cup Of Tech explains how to build WiFi home network with good security. There are four steps which should be done:

1. Locks down the WiFi connection
2. Secures the wireless firewall
3. Restricts Internet access to pre-configured users
4. Segments home computers and servers from wireless users

For more information, please, have a look the article.

Sony Ericsson’s “Adriana” prototype

The line of mini devices is expanded by Sony Ericsson. It announced Adriana – a DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld) enabled device that boast 10GB of built-in memory, a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, and Wi-Fi. Mo any information is available yet.
The new gadget is too close with Mylo – others Sony WiFi-enabled communicator but with some cool extra functionality.

[via Slashphone]

Find yourself with Loki


Loki is a tool for location-based search and ‘Virtual GPS’:

Loki pinpoints your exact physical location and then uses that location to make the web revolve around you wherever you are. With Loki you’ll always know where you are, make sure that others know where you are too, never get lost and always be able to find stuff nearby.

Check out how it works.

LocationFree TV on PSP

Somy PSP
Sony is going to offer LocationFree TV, its revolutionary service that lets you record and watch programmes from your home country no matter where you are in the world. The idea is pretty simple. You setup a Base Station to your home’s video sources – for example a Sky box + DVD recorder + broadband internet connection and install some special software on internet-enabled video devices – a laptop or a Sony Playstation Portable – PSP. You can connect to your Base station via Internet and watch TV programmes on your PSP or schedule a recording on DVD recorder or play DVD on your DVD player connected to the Base station. Sony calls this cool solution NetAV.
Once I played a bit with PSP. It’s nice to play some games or watch video. There is a possibility to surf Internet but non-touchable display makes a navigation a little bit difficult.

[via T3]

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