Netgear RangeMax WNR3500L Wireless-N Router Packs USB, Linux Punch

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If you haven't upgraded to wireless-N yet, now is a great time. The spec is finally ratified and Netgear is celebrating by dropping the WNR3500L with USB networking and pre-loaded Linux for open source tinkerers.

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Indeed, having Linux on the RangeMax right from the start means you can load unofficial firmware on the router out of the box. And the USB port means you can also set it up as a media server. Other features include a a 480MHz MIPS processor with 8MB of flash and 64MB of RAM. Expect the WNR3500L to ship sometime this fall for $140. [Netgear via Electronista]

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SandyEggo
SEDAGIVE?!

My experience with routers is limited to using them simply as routers...

What kind of things can you do with unofficial firmware?