You could have a normal wireless network, or you could be tempted into the D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685, an 802.11n Wi-Fi router that leaves room for networked attached storage and other goodies.
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The unit sits upright, showing off digital photos, streaming video and weather on its 3.2-inch LCD while users can share a printer and any other USB devices of choice through its open ports in the back. Those interested in networked storage can squeeze in a 2.5" hard drive for sharing files over the network or just downloading BitTorrent fun.
We're not seeing a price or release date yet, but if it only had a screen the size of its case, we'd be sitting in a cold puddle of drool.