Wi-Fire Wi-Fi Booster Now Available For Windows Vista, Linux on the Way

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A couple of months ago we discovered that the notion of a 3x Wi-Fi signal boost from the Wi-Fire wasn't a load of crap after all. In fact, it delivered a 5x signal boost and a range approaching 1000 feet for only $79.99. All the more reason why Vista owners should be excited that hField has developed a version compatible with your chosen OS with the same specs and price as the previous versions. They also noted that a Linux version is well on its way, although no release dates have been set. [Product Page]

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I wonder who's in the market for this kind of thing? Most businesses using wireless networks probably already have equipment to cover their offices anyway. And in most homes one Wifi router is all it takes. And public Wifi zones are usually where you want them to be, inside the local Starbucks. So why would anyone buy this? With that being said; I have three Wifi routers because one just would not cover the four floors of my house... But I believe that must be the exception.