Linksys Rolls Out Affordable Wireless-N Gear At CES

Linksys is out to prove that the high-speed wireless gear, especially based on the soon-to-be-standard Wireless-N protocol, doesn't always come with the highest price tag. The San Jose, Calif.-based consumer and small business networking vendor, a division of Cisco (NSDQ:CSCO), announced Monday at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2008 that it's adding new products to its roster of Ultra RangePlus Wireless-N products for the home network based on the forthcoming 802.11n wireless standard while also keeping prices on the gear low, ranging between roughly $80 and $130.

In a statement, Linksys Consumer Business Organization vice president and general manager Greg Memo said, "The Ultra RangePlus family represents a new focus on creating products with the consumer in mind, and it showcases how Linksys is taking Wireless-N to new levels of design, performance and ease of use."

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