With the new Wireless-N series, CNet is now offering a wide range of wireless-N products from 300Mbps server routers and adapters to a series of super mini routers and adapter that are very easy to use, secure and at the same time affordable.
San Jose, CA (Vocus) October 19, 2010
CNet Technology, a leading provider of networking and communications technologies, is proud to unveil a new series of Wireless-N Pico routers and client adapter. “With the new Wireless-N series, CNet is now offering a wide range of wireless-N products from 300Mbps server routers and adapters to a series of super mini routers and adapter that are very easy to use, secure and at the same time affordable.” said Chang Lee, EVP of CNet Technology.
CQR-981 and CQR-980 are versatile; mini sized wireless-N 150Mbps routers that can be used as entry-level wireless-N solutions for family networks and mobile applications. CQR-981 is a fashionably designed small footprint portable 3.5G + Wireless-N router ideal for business travelers and mobile settings like RV’s, boats and outdoor applications. CQR-980 is a tiny Wireless-N router with a single detachable external antenna that automatically detects WAN type used making Internet connections fast and easy. Both routers offer advanced wireless security standards of WEP, WPA, WPA2 as well as WPS ensuring secure wireless environment.
The new CNet Pico routers power options are through the supplied AC adapter or power from battery packs, car chargers or USB ports on laptops and PCs if AC is not available.
CQU-906 is an amazingly small Wireless-N USB adapter that can unobtrusively stay in the USB port of laptops and connect user systems to wireless networks at speeds of up to 150Mbps. WEP, WPA/WPA2 as well as one touch secure wireless setup WPS, are all supported to provide security when connecting to wireless networks. The new Pico USB adapter from CNet comes with its own configuration utility making installation and configuration a no brainer.
CQR-980 and CQU-906 are now available through CNet distributors including SED, Ma Labs, AMAX, CT Int’l, Intcomex, Avnet-Mexico and CQR-981 will be available soon.
For detailed specs and images, please visit CNet website at http://www.cnetusa.com
CNet Technology is a networking company established in 1987. The company distributes and markets a complete line of high-quality local and wide area networking products. With more than 20 years experience successfully serving SOHO, SMB, corporate, and government networks, CNet product line includes Fast Ethernet Cards, Fast Ethernet Switches, Gigabit Ethernet Cards, Gigabit Ethernet Switches, Wireless LAN products, SOHO and SMB Broadband routers, and Networking peripheral products.