With the digital age in full swing, our computers have become the digital safe for our digital life -- family photos, movies, music, financial records, and other important documents. As we store more “stuff” on our computers, our hard drives becomes increasingly more valuable. But, what would happen if you lost your computer, downloaded a computer virus, or had a hard drive failure? Do you have a backup plan in place to protect your monetary and sentimental investments? Read More »
Cisco is pushing the envelope in home networking again, with the launch today of a new version of its supercharged E4200 home wireless-n router. The new Linksys® E4200 v2 Maximum Performance Dual-Band N900 wireless-n router provides wireless networking speeds up to 450 Mbps* in the 2.4 GHz band and up to 450 Mbps* in the 5.0 GHz band, a faster processor for quicker downloads from a USB connected storage drive, and greater range for use in large or multi-room homes. The E4200 v2 can handle all of the latest and most intensive home entertainment needs from streaming HD video to music downloads and multi-player gaming.
Additionally, the combination of internal and external amplifiers coupled with six antennas help increase the signal strength across greater distances, providing improved home network coverage and reducing dead spots. The virtual USB feature makes it easy to add printers, storage and other USB devices to the network and with the added 1.2 GHz processor users can experience faster download speeds from their USB connected storage device. Included in all Linksys E-Series routers is Cisco Connect® software, which provides the framework for simple setup and network management.
So this is what you get with the new E4200 V2: Read More »