The Evo has an 802.11n-capable chip inside, but it's gimped to run slower 802.11g. If you've rooted your Evo (a serious task in itself), modders can help you remedy this limitation by changing just two lines of code.
The Nexus One's hardware supports wireless N networks. The phone's software, well, sort of. But! Super-fast Wi-Fi may hit the Nexus one in the next Android update—and if you're feeling adventurous, you can have it sooner.
The Netgear Universal Wi-Fi Internet Adapter can connect anything with an ethernet port to your 802.11n network, be it an Xbox 360 or a TV. But so can many other devices on the market. What's better about this one?
I don't know how to best sum up Infinitec's new "flash drive" in a headline—which is obvious at this point. But what it can do is pretty unique, once you wrap your head around it.
D-Link's giving your popularity the benefit of the doubt by offering 8 Ethernet ports on their new DIR-632 802.11n router. If you're worried about all those open ports bumming you out, D-Link has 3 other new devices to check out.
Spy shots of the new Roku XR Netflix streaming box over at Engadget seem to indicate that upgrades like 802.11n and a USB port are on their way—but that isn't nearly enough to justify getting one.
If you want to stream 1080p TV shows and movies from the Zune/video store this fall, your 360 needs to be hard wired to your router, or on an 802.11n network. Knowing this, Microsoft is readying an official 802.11n adapter.
iFixit's teardown of the new new iPod touch has revealed a few interesting bits of dormant hardware that could eventually get switched on by the powers that be at Apple. This includes support for 802.11n and FM transmission.
Given that wireless N routers have been around for two years now, you'd be forgiven for thinking the 802.11n standard was set in stone a longass time ago. Not true! It'll be finalized by September, according to the chairman of the IEEE 802.15 working group on Personal Area Networks. Which doesn't mean a whole lot…
FON has done some elective surgery on their Fonera 2 router, released just a few months ago with NAS, 3G and BitTorrent support. On top of those previous upgrades, the newest version includes 802.11n connectivity, web app upload support and reduced power usage. But first: What the hell is Fonera?
The Sanyo LP-WXU700 is the first projector on the market to integrate the no-longer-so-new 802.11 Wi-Fi. And it's happy to work in offices and home theaters alike.
AppleInsider is reporting that the wireless radio specs in the iPhone 3.0 firmware beta reveal support for a new chip and 802.11n. Current gen iPhones and the iPod touch support 802.11b/g networks. [Update]