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Hawking Technologies HWBA54G Wireless-G Multi-function Access Point/Br - Hawking Technologies HWBA54G Wireless-G Multi-function Access Point/Br
Tue, December 13 2005 | 1:56PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Many people have wired networks in their homes to share movies, printers, and their MP3 collection. But, if you don’t want to run CAT5 cable to every room, you’ll need to add a wireless access point to your existing network. While some routers have wireless built-in, most older routers don’t have this capability. If you’d like to add wireless to your home network this holiday season, Hawking Technologies has the HWBA54G Wireless-G Multi-function Access Point/Bridge that will meet your needs quite nicely.”
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