Thursday, May 18, 2006

Linksys releases Gigabit ExpressCard Adapter

I'm own a linksys router. It's a great router indeed. Never cause problem to me and no hacker manage to pass by that so far(keeping my finger cross). I strongly recommend Linksys product if the brand is in your product list..

"Notebook makers are already shipping computers with ExpressCard slots. Linksys delivers a solution that provides users with the performance enhancements the technology provides. We believe this introduction will help accelerate the use of this new standard," said Tarun Loomba, Linksys Senior Director of Product Marketing.

Linksys Gigabit ExpressCard Adapters feature an innovative design with a foldable RJ-45 connector for the Cat5e cable which helps save the connector from breaking when the product is tossed in a bag or carried in a pocket. The EC1000 also features low power-consumption, which draws power from the ExpressCard slot directly; eliminating the need for external power supply.

The ExpressCard also features compliance with ExpressCard/34 standard; 10/100/1000M data rate auto-negotiation; easy to read LED indicators; automatic MDI/MDIX crossover at all speed; compact and robust design provides solution for all network users, both desktop and notebook; easy installation; wake on LAN (WOL) power management support; and supports Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP.

The Linksys Gigabit ExpressCard Adapter (EC1000) is available immediately through distribution, online resellers and value added resellers (VARs) for an estimated street price of US$59.99. More..

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