Belkin on Monday introduced its new Wireless G Travel Router, a diminutive device that enables users to wirelessly share Internet access, such as the broadband access available in a hotel room. Shipping at the end of August with a US$59.99 price tag, the Wireless G Travel Router offers a range of up to 300 feet and is backward-compatible with the 802.11b wireless networking standard. It can also be used as a wireless adapter or an access point. A product page was not available on the Belkin Web site as The Mac Observer posted this article.
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