WiFi Gamer router set to hit stores
Not all gamers are a knowledgeable lot, especially when it comes to technical stuff. This is evident with the bunch of “non-gamers” picking up Nintendo’s Wii. What happens if those said gamers want to play online over a WiFi network? Setting up a router will definitely be alien to this group, but Buffalo has unveiled the WiFi Gamer Router that targets console players who want simplified Internet access. It utilizes the company’s own AOSS (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) feature establishes a secure WEP wireless link with most modern consoles automatically at the touch of a single top-mounted button. It is compatible with the PS3, PSP, DS, and soon, the Wii. You can pick one up from store shelves when it is released this August for $50.