Tornado introduces its new 802.11g Wireless LAN series
Tornado (Allied Data Technologies) introduced a new supplement to its product range: the Tornado 802.11g Wireless LAN series designed for broadband users interested in implementing wireless networking in their SOHO environment.
Tornado 242 integrates a Wireless 802.11g Access Point, a Broadband Router (cable or ADSL), a 4-port Ethernet switch, a firewall and a Parallel Print Server.
Tornado 211G is a wireless network PC Card that connects your notebook to an 802.11g network.
Tornado 212G is a wireless network PCI Card that connects your desktop PC to an 802.11g network.
Both Tornado 840 and 841 integrate Wireless 802.11g Access Points, 4-port Ethernet switches, firewalls and USB Print Servers. The difference is that 840 model features ADSL Annex A Router, while the 841 model has ADSL Annex B / U-R2 Router.
The Tornado Wireless LAN products support IEEE 802.11g (up to 54 Mbps), IEEE 802.11b (max. 11 Mbps) and 802.11g+ standards. And with the proprietary Turbo mode, the novelties can speed up to 108 Mbps.
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