The router is designed to deliver speeds up to 12 times faster and up to 4 times the range of Wireless-G, as well as eliminating dead spots in coverage areas. That makes it better suited for media-centric applications like sharing data, streaming video, gaming, and VoIP – even if they are used all at the same time.
The Linksys Wireless-N router can encode all wireless transmissions with industrial-strength 256-bit WPA2 encryption to help protect data and privacy, while setup and configuration are straightforward with the web-based configuration utility. It can also act as a DHCP Server and its built-in SPI firewall helps to protect PCs against intruders and most known Internet attacks.
The WRT150N is available in June, retailing at £79.99.