- Built-in 160GB Harddrive
- USB 2.0 connections for external hard drive or thumb drives
- Efficient heat dissipation via special airflow design
- Plug in a USB memory device and use easy file transfer with AUTO COPY
- Support for sharing files (also music, video and/or photos!) both within and outside the network – the last with special accounts you can set up.
- DDNS support and Web server
- DHCP server + Samba Server/Local disk
- Automatic download of files – even with the PC off. Supports BitTorrent, http and ftp protocols.
- Digital Home Information Center – even supports music files via iTunes – making it possible to use the WL-700gE as iTunes “server”.
- Support to build web pages on the router.
- Supports 802.11b/g – no word on 802.11n support.
- The Broadrange aspect increases signal coverage by 300%
Unfortunately no word on prices yet… but this looks an awesome piece of equipment. It doesn’t look bigger than a regular router, but it packs a lot more punch.
Update: The Gizmodo article has a link to the Ubergizmo article, where it mentions a price of $500.