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Ozmo samples Wi-Fi PAN chip

6/21/2010 02:00 AM EDT
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re: Ozmo samples Wi-Fi PAN chip
BalaLak   6/23/2010 12:02:02 AM
This is an interesting use of Wi-Fi. I feel a shorter range Wi-Fi would be better off targeting wireless hard disks (remember wireless USB?) and would be on overkill for mouse and keyboard. But they do mention integrated audio and video applications. I would be interested in knowing use cases where high bandwidth is required. - Bala

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