by November 11, 2010 0 comments

Cisco announced the launch of its latest Linksys E-Series Routers in India. These are a new range of wireless routers designed to easily connect all wireless devices in the home offering the range and speed that addresses the productivity and entertainment needs of today’s consumer. E-series wireless routers are developed to connect all devices including notebooks, wireless printers, HDTVs and game consoles such as Xbox, Wii and PlayStation. The new E-series can be set-up wirelessly in three simple steps through the Cisco Connect software that comes with every E-series product, making it a great solution for every household.

The Linksys E-Series routers come in three different models to suit the individual requirements for diverse user needs. The Cisco Linksys E1000 is ideal for general wireless Internet usage and home office productivity, wirelessly connecting computers and other devices. The Cisco Linksys E2000 is ideal for connecting computers, gaming consoles, Internet-enabled HDTVs and Blu-ray players. The Cisco Linksys E3000 is best suited for streaming video and other entertainment content to an Xbox 360, PS3 or other compatible device from USB connected storage devices.

The new Cisco Connect software, which is included in all E-Series models, makes it easier for users to customise and control their wireless network settings to match their preferences. With a quick and easy setup, the software automatically enables security and assigns a unique network name. Once those are configured, users can use Cisco Connect to easily manage their wireless home network by: Adding multiple Internet-capable devices to the network, Setting parental controls for each computer or device, Giving visitors password-protected Internet access on a separate guest network and Customising advanced settings and changing the network name and password.
The new Linksys E-Series range offers a full range of options to help users find what works best for them. The new line, including a USB Wireless-N Adapter, will be available in India around mid-November 2010.

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