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Wall switch brings 802.11n Wi-Fi to hotels

10/1/2011 07:16 PM EDT
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re: Wall switch brings 802.11n Wi-Fi to hotels
DrQuine   10/6/2011 1:36:03 AM
It sounds like this will also address the challenge facing travelers - the "WiFi" hotels that seem to have a signal in every room - except the one that we rent. Perhaps the avoided service calls and engineering efforts to get the old centralized WiFi access points to cover every room will cover the small cost of these small distributed devices.

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