Sitecoms Gaming Router WL-308 uses the latest 802.11 draft-n technology to increase bandwidth to a theoretical 300Mbps. Note the `theory' here: as with all 11n products, real speeds will be far below this figure in practice, in the same way that 11b and 11g standards mean much lower real-life throughput than the 11 and 54Mbps that the headlines suggest.
Sadly for those wishing to rise above the 2.8GHz smog to the clearlands of 5GHz, as the 11n standard allows, you'll be thwarted by the single-frequency binding of the Sitecom Gaming Router WL-308 router.
The Sitecom Gaming Router WL-308 is a compact unit measuring only 180x110x28mm, despite the oversize gift box… Read more
For those who are new to the term iSymphony, it is a micro stereo with a full functioning hifi system for the iPod, it is compatible with all iPods with a dock connector.
The iSymphony V1 Blue is a relatively slim little system that manages to pack a lot feature-wise it can be mounted on your wall and have music beamed to it from your phone, laptop or your iPod without wires!! The various features this V1 Blue comes with are:
Comes with a standard CD player AM/FM radio A clock radio A WIRELESS ipod dock Accepts USB connections Has SD, MMC and Memory Stick card slots for playing MP3 or WMA files. Bluetooth connectivity Can connect it… Read more
Finally it's been done. Somebody's made printers that don't look rubbish! We'd begun to think it was a lost cause, but mad props to Samsung -- its new luxury printers look absolutely flippin' stunning.
The ML-1630 mono laser is similar in shape to a DVD player or component hi-fi system, and are finished in the same glossy piano-black veneer as Samsung's TVs.
They also have blue touch-sensitive buttons and a sexy OLED-style display. These show letters and numbers made of oversize circular dots -- a bit like on the Samsung YP-K3 MP3 player.