New Wireless ADSL Modem – 150Mbps speed !!! 150 times faster than Streamyx

4 02 2010

Aztech WL852RT4

Useful Information

  • Complies to Wireless 802.11b/g/n standard with data transfer speed up to 150Mbps
  • Supports MIMO technology that provides robust signal that travels farther and reduces dead spots
  • Priority of service assures quality for bandwidth-sensitive applications such as voice and video
  • Supports 4 x 10/100M Ethernet port for reliable high-speed wired connection backup as well as for more Ethernet-enabled device such as printer
  • Supports 64/128/152-bit WEP encryption, WiFi protected Access (WPA2-PSK, WPA- PSK), advanced firewall protection and WiFi Protected Setup (WPS)
  • Seamlessly compatible with 802.11b/g/n devices
  • Easy set-up through auto-run CD and step-by-step guide

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Aztech WL852RT4 Front Aztech WL852RT4 Back Panel

150Mbps Wireless-N – Robust Performance over Wireless-G

A high-performance Wireless-N router with robust speed and improved wider coverage for your favourite work or entertainment spot at home. Aztech WL852RT4 provides a seamless media experience while you share your broadband Internet with multiple computers over a single network. All you have to do is to connect it to a broadband modem and you are on your way to 150Mbps speed, 3 times faster than 54Mbps Wireless-G! While WL852RT4 is much faster than Wireless-G, it is as compatible with Wireless-B/G devices.

Smart MIMO for The Connected SOHO

With multiple Smart transmitters and receivers, the robust performance of Wireless-N is maximised as signals travel farther and wider with 3dBI antenna to meet the demands of the Small Office Home Office (SOHO).

Easy Set-up, Easy Use

Aztech WL852RT4 is built with an auto-run CD with Easy Setup Guide to lead you step-by-step as you complete your wireless network and security configuration. This speeds up the installation process and makes it easy and fuss-free for the novice user!

Compatible to Windows 7 Standard

Aztech WL852RT4 works on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems as well as the much-coveted Windows 7 standard.




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