At the TUAW booth on the Macworld show floor the other week, I was fortunate enough to interview Roland Saekow, the developer of the BearExtender n3, a product that replaces your Airport card giving any wireless network a much wider wireless range. The best part is that is sells for US $49.97, about one third the price of its competition.

Roland and BearExtender n3 were nice enough to do a TUAW givaway that ended last week. The contest garnered over 600 comments from entrants, a huge number, which speaks to the general interest in the product.
Roland has a fascinating story to tell, and you can see and hear him tell it by clicking on the 'Read More' link to watch the video it in Viddler. To see it on your iPhone or a Bluetooth-enabled iPod touch, you can click on this YouTube link.

We apologize for the poor audio sync.

This article was originally published on Tuaw.
Macworld 2010: iFixit.com