The contest has ended. The winner of the D-Link Wireless N Powerline Router and Powerline Wireless N Extender is Mike Willard, with the correct answer of Atheros INT6400 / INT1400 chipset.
Congratulations, Mike! And thanks to everyone who entered.
Hawking Technologies today announced a wireless range extender supporting 802.11b, g and draft n networks.
The HWREN1 Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Range Extender is said to work with "most" 802.11b/g/ draft n networks, access points and routers and does not require WDS bridging/repeating support. Networks using WEP, WPA and WPA2 wireless security are supported.
The HWREN1 is available now for around $100 street.
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