Wi-Fire extends Wi-Fi signals

The Wi-Fire is a USB device that will boost Wi-Fi signals by using a directional antenna and a powerful receiver that works with it’s proprietary software. With this device your computer can detect and access wireless sources within a 1,000 foot radius. And the folks at Maximum PC put it to the test.

They were surprised at being “350 feet from the router, with the signal passing through an insulated, double-thick interior wall and a steel garage door, the Wi-Fire delivered TCP throughput of 14.5Mb/s.” It’s only $79 and makes Wi-Fi a bullet that goes through said walls and garage doors.

With its integrated high-gain directional antenna and extremely strong receive sensitivity, the Wi-Fire™ gives XP, Vista, Mac and Linux users the freedom to connect to WiFi networks when they want, where they want. Users benefit from the increased mobility and greater range with faster speeds.

Wi-Fire™ provides interoperability with any 802.11 b/g access point and multiplies the effectiveness of wireless networks by allowing users to connect to a WiFi network from up to 1,000 feet–more than three times the range of other 802.11 adapters–often at significantly higher speeds, and even in locations where no wireless signal could be detected previously.

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