The revamped WD TV Live media player includes 802.11n wireless connectivity and support for a range of Internet content providers - but no Australian TV catch-up services are on the list.
WiFi traffic is, by nature, more ethereal than its wired equivalent. Specialised tools are necessary to diagnose wireless network faults, and Colasoft has extended its excellent Capsa line with a new product to sniff and analyse your WiFi network.
Billion's new BiPAC 6200WZL wireless router features built-in 3G access. It supports downlink speeds up to 7.2Mbps.
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