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Outdoor wireless is here!

WRAP 2 Outdoor now available

Need to get out more? Great news! Our WRAP 2 Outdoor has now been approved for sale in Australia, and we have stock ready to ship right now.

Jump in line to be one of the first in Australia to own one of these tiny shiny cool machines. Order now, and we’ll send it to you ASAP.

You can grab a WRAP 2 Outdoor box (board, case, antennae, pigtails) for just $495, or go for the WRAP 2 Outdoor pack, which also includes an Atheros CM9 wireless card, a 64 MB CF card, a POE injector and a regulated power supply, for only $675. Just add pole.

Pay less for wireless!

Wireless card prices reduced

Thanks to the miracle of bulk buying we’re now able to bring you the Wistron Atheros CM9 802.11a/b/g miniPCI wireless cards for only $95.

Things you can do with a miniPCI wireless card…

  • Connect your WRAP or net4801 to a wireless network
  • Make your own wireless router or access point
  • Upgrade your slow 802.11b laptop today
  • Get one of our miniPCI to PCI adapters and WiFi your desktop box

and enjoy wireless speeds of up to 108 MBits per second.

In other news…

New products for April

Get your hands on a WRAP 2 Outdoor box for $495 or a WRAP 2 Outdoor pack for $675 and get wireless.

Want USB without the cost? If you have soldering skills, try our USB expansion kit for the WRAP 1 boxes.

Do you have a need for speed? We now offer VPN accelerators for both miniPCI and PCI.

And how about our miniPCI to PCI adapter, which allows you to use a miniPCI card (like our Atheros CM9 802.11a/b/g wireless card) in a regular PCI slot? Neat, huh?

Extra bits

Check out our new WRAP 2 Outdoor page, under “Product Info” in the menu, which gives you a quick intro to this tiny, versatile box, and lots of interesting pictures.

We’ve also improved the layout of the online shop and added an “availability” column, so you can find out what you want to know quickly and easily.

Useful stuff

There’s now lots more useful technical information in the Tech Info section of our website, under “Support” in the menu.

Along with instructions and manufacturers links, you can now also find spec sheets, links to operating systems (both free and not-so-free), handy files you can download, links to articles on a range of topics, as well as mailing lists you can join.

And we’ll add other useful resources to these lists as we find them. So please let us know about other resources you find useful, so we can add them to these pages.

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