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October 21, 2010

Buffalo introduces new additions to wireless portfolio

Faster wireless speeds for home and office users

By CBR Staff Writer

Buffalo Technology has released three new wireless products, which include AirStation N-Technology USB 2.0 Adapter, AirStation N-Technology 150Mbps router and the AirStation Nfiniti Dual-Band Wireless-N Ethernet Converter.

The company said that its AirStation N-Technology USB 2.0 Adapter adds high-speed Wireless connectivity through any USB port on user’s Windows laptop or PC.

The adapter coupled with the AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS) can also set up a high-speed, secure Wireless network.

Buffalo said the AirStation N-Technology 150Mbps router facilitates sharing Internet connection when viewing files, music, or video.

Using the new wireless LAN technology, the router delivers an Internet connection up to three-times faster than Wireless-G, and can also enable shared connections between home PCs when set up with the AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS).

The company said that its wireless device AirStation Wireless-N Dual Band Ethernet Converter, Access Point & Bridge can connect any two wired devices, such as printers, gaming consoles or DVRs, to an existing wireless network.

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Buffalo Technology sales director for Northern Europe Paul Hudson said as video streaming, file sharing, gaming, downloading of music and files become more commonplace the need for high performance wireless Internet grows ever stronger.

"Buffalo recognises this demand and the AirStation range offers efficient, high performance, affordable wireless solutions for the home, office and travelling users to effectively combat slow or unreliable connections," Hudson said.

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