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Kensington wi-fi finder
Posted on 14-Jul-2003 09:23 | Tags Filed under: News


Kensington wi-fi finder
This Kensington product makes the life on the road just easier. This is the first wi-fi detector. Just press a button and the Kensington wi-fi Finder lets you know if your location is "hot"...instantly. No software or computer needed. What could be easier?

The only WiFi detector on the market today
Completely hassle free -- no more booting up your notebook to find a WiFi signal
Instantly detects WiFi networks with the press of a button
Three lights indicate signal strength
Compact and lightweight - fits in your pocket.
Detects 802.11b and 802.11g signals from up to 200 feet away
Filters out other wireless signals, including cordless phones, microwave ovens and Bluetooth networks
No software or computer required

Of course of limited use if a Palm or Pocket PC with a sniffer program (like Cirond's Pocket WiNc) is available, but for laptop users this is a great tool.


More information: http://kensington.com/html/3720.html...




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