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USRobotics 019108A ADSL2+ Modem/Wireless/Router + 4Port 125Mb MAXg + USB print server

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Product Overview Securely share your ADSL Internet connection and USB printer, over wireless or Ethernet connections, with the USRobotics Wireless MAXg™ ADSL2+ Gateway. This powerful multi-function device integrates the latest ADSL and MAXg wireless technologies for a complete home or small business broadband network. MAXg technology delivers a 50% range improvement over standard 802.11g and provides wireless speeds of up to 125 Mbps*, while support for ADSL2+ assures you optimal ADSL speeds up to 24 Mbps†. A full complement of security capabilities and an integrated USB print server provide for confident, flexible and high-performance wireless broadband networking. Features
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
7 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
USR Robtics
Telephone:
0870 844 4546

Additional Notes:
Subject to, 2 years manufacturers warranty.

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