Buffalo Launches AirStation Wireless N Router WCR-G300
It is available for Rs. 2000 and backed by a three year warranty
Buffalo today announced the launch of AirStation Wireless- N Router WCR-G300 in India. The router and bridge with double adjustable 5 dBi antennas connects wirelessly to networked devices, including smartphones, at home or office to the Internet.
The double 5dBi adjustable antennas and 802.11n standard on the router combine to simultaneously transmit dual data streams for improved performance and higher data transfer rates of up to 300 Mbps, providing faster delivery of streaming video and other digital content.
The Wireless Distribution System (WDS) on the router further expands wireless coverage with other Buffalo routers supporting WDS, reducing or even eliminating dead spots that hinder and may even prevent network functioning and Internet access.
The AirStation N WCR-G300 Router and access Point is available for an MSRP of Rs. 2000 and backed by a three year warranty.
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