Belkin revamps routers, introduces N+ gear, new powerline devices
byNilay Patel||July 10th 2008 at 9:53amJuly 10th 2008 9:53 am
Belkin isn't just touting its new FlyWire gear today, it's also taking the opportunity to introduce the new F5D8235-4 N+ Wireless Router, which brings with it a new design language for all of the company's networking gear. The vertically-oriented unit features four Gigabit Ethernet port, a USB port to attach storage devices, push-button WPS security, and front-panel icons that turn from blue to amber if there's a problem on the network. Not bad for $120, but we'll save our love for the 5GHz gear. (There's also an N unit without Gigabit ports and a pair of G routers, but really, who cares?) In addition, there's a matching $99 USB WiFi adapter that shares the glossy black finish, and while we're at it, let's throw in three Powerline kits: a $179 three-port 200Mbps adapter,, a $149 200Mbps adapter two-oack, and a $99 85Mbps two-pack. Photos of the stick and Powerline gear after the break.
Read - Belkin N+ Wireless Router and USB stick Read - The other three routers Read - Powerline adapters