Buffalo has recently released the AirStation Wireless N-Router and Access Point WCR-G300 with double adjustable 5dBi antennas ideal to wirelessly connect networked devices, including smartphones, at home or at the office to the Internet. Combined with 802.11n technology, data transfer rates can go as high as 300 mbps, giving a swift delivery of online content to all, and is even backwards compatible with older 802.11g/b devices.
The signal is also capable of bypassing objects, therefore ensuring that your signal remains strong despite being in another room and reduces the number of dead spots. The Wireless Distribution System (WDS) on the router expands wireless coverage with other Buffalo routers with WDS support, reducing or even eliminating dead spots that hinder and even prevent network functioning and Internet access, which is useful at home and in the office, where interior walls, corners, and other objects reduce or block signals from less powerful conventional routers.
The router also supports multiple forms of wireless security: WPA2-PSK (AES), WPA-PSK (AES) and WEP (64/128 bit). In addition, it can support up to four wired devices and its energy saving feature allows it to use 28% less power than other routers.