Saturday, January 10th 2009

TRENDnet Demonstrates the First 450Mbps Wireless N Router at CES

TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the first demonstration of its 450Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router, model TEW-773GR, at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The 450Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router is built for never-before seen extreme performance. The router’s performance backbone is driven by a chipset that supports 3 high performance external antennas and 3 spatial streams per antenna. This wireless architecture offers a 50% increase in speed and an estimated 30% increase in coverage as compared to current wireless n solutions.

This prototype also boast features such as all Gigabit Wide Area Network and Local Area Network ports, QoS technology, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) support, advanced wireless encryption, a double firewall and embedded GREENnet energy saving technology.

“We are excited to demonstrate this advanced technology at CES,” stated Sonny Su, Technology Director for TRENDnet. “We are currently working through a few chipset stability issues and plan to release a 450Mbps solution in Q3 of this year.”Source: TRENDnet
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7 Comments on TRENDnet Demonstrates the First 450Mbps Wireless N Router at CES

#1
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
gah, not enough time has passed since the last refresh, why the sudden decision to have one now?
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#2
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
When is 802.11n not going to be a draft? It is getting rather annoying how all these companies are trying to out do each other in bandwidth when no other equipment is capable of matching it. 802.11n needs to get set in stone and work begun on the next standard.

Anyway, I'll just keep my D-Link DGL-4500, thank you. ;)
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#3
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: FordGT90Concept
When is 802.11n not going to be a draft? It is getting rather annoying how all these companies are trying to out do each other in bandwidth when no other equipment is capable of matching it. 802.11n needs to get set in stone and work begun on the next standard.

Anyway, I'll just keep my D-Link DGL-4500, thank you. ;)
ha, i have the same router. i love it.
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#4
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
i bought a trendnet wireless n router this past summer and it drops the wireless signal every 2-3 day. it really was a piece of crap which i replaced by a superior d-link.
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#5
TheGuruStud
Dlink.... :wtf:

wrt350n with ddwrt mega :cool: (like 80 bucks off ebay)

I just wish tomato supported the 350n :(

Although, I hear fanboys jerking to the ubicom CPU, but I don't think it really that special.
I guess if you want 5 GHz, this router is cool, but then I'd just get the 600n.

I've never had to worry about any reliability issues. I can leave it on all year without a problem. It gets a decent workout with usenet.
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#7
breakfromyou
Went from a WRT54G to a DIR-655, and i'm pissed. QoS is broken on these Dlink routers.

So i got the WRT54g back out, and hooked that up too. :p
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