With No Geek Needed, You Can Install Your Own Wireless Router – CES 2010
For me, installing a router is pretty straightforward. After all, I’ve done it thousands of times in many different situations. However, there are some that don’t want to deal with TKIP, WEP, Beacon intervals or anything like that. That is where No Geek Needed comes in. They make it simple to install and configure and if it isn’t, there is a US tech support agent ready to help out.
Todd Cochrane talks with Bruce from No Geek Needed. With wireless N routers starting at $54.99, I might just get one. They also have a USB video converter kit to save DVDs and VHS tapes to the computer.
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