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Hot From The Oven: Linksys E2000 Advanced Wireless-N Router Coming To Singapore

If you are one of the lucky few who have access to the ultra-fast fibre-optic broadband services, this latest bit of news might be just the thing you need to make the most out of your connection. VR-Zone has just received word that the soon-to-be-released Linksys E2000 router is optimised for use with Singapore’s Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network, and will allow consumers to benefit from the faster wireless access provided by the NGNBN.

Are you currently subscribed to the fiber-optic broadband services offered by the local telcos? If so, you might already have obtained a router from the telco which is compatible with the modem bundled with your subscription package.

However, if for some reason you prefer to use your own router instead of the one issued by the service provider, you are in luck. VR-Zone has just received word that the Linksys E2000 Advanced Wireless-N Router, which was announced back in March this year, is finally making its way over to our shores for retail.
Key features of the router include:

·  Four Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps) ports for faster file sharing

·  Selectable dual-band (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) technology allowing for smoother file transfers and media streaming

·  transfer speeds up to 300 Mbps

The local price for the Linksys E2000 Advanced E2000 Wireless-N Router has not been released yet, but our sources have informed us that the device is slated for a release sometime next week. However, for those who are interested, the router is currently retailing in the US for US$119.99

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