U.S. Robotics takes the hassle out of going wireless

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U.S. Robotics is enabling users to connect to wireless networks faster and easier than ever before. With the UK launch of its new plug and connect 802.11g Wireless USB Adapter (model 805420), U.S. Robotics eliminates the need to open the case of a desktop computer or use any tools saving users a great deal of hassle. This latest addition to U.S. Robotics innovative and user-friendly range of secure ADSL internet access and wireless connectivity solutions will be available for purchase from most independent retailers and mail order outlets, such as Dabs, MicroWarehouse, Insight and Global Direct from mid-April 2004, at an RRP of 59.99 inc. VAT.

The USR805420 simply plugs into any available 1.1 or 2.0 USB port and uses accelerated 802.11g technology for up to 25 percent better performance. Since its powered by the USB connection, no power adapter is necessary. Furthermore, its built-in 2dBi single dipole antenna delivers superior range and coverage than other products in its class.

Nearly all computers today come standard with USB ports. U.S. Robotics new wireless USB adapter is ideal, because it provides customers with the flexibility to use those ports for wireless connectivity. The device allows for an instant wireless network connection to any 802.11g Access Point for sharing secure internet access, files and peripherals such as printers with other computers on the network, said Jim Thomsen, senior product manager of U.S. Robotics.

The versatility and simplicity of U.S. Robotics 802.11g Wireless products makes it easy to set up a wireless network with, or without, an existing wired network and without expensive infrastructure costs. The unique, SecureStack, modular case design of U.S. Robotics networking gear requires minimal space, so both home network users and small-to-medium size business owners alike can grow their networks with an entire family of other U.S. Robotics networking and broadband devices.

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