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Securifi Shows World’s First Touch Enable Wi-Fi Router At CEATEC 2012

Japan based consumer electronics manufacturer Securifi has displayed a Wi-Fi router called Almond at CEATEC 2012 that can extend the range of Wi-Fi. Almond has a 2.8-inch display and the company claimed that it is world’s first touch enable Wi-Fi router. This router is now available at major online retailers such as Amazon, Newegg and eBay with Japanese language support.


Almond router, image credit:securifi.com

Securifi first showed Almond router at CES 2012 and now displays at CEATEC 2012 show in Tokyo. After first release in US market, this router had become the No.1 best-rated wireless router on Amazon. Almond has a 2.8″ 320×240 TFT LCD touchscreen, two internal MIMO antennas, 300Mbps 802.11b/g/n tech with industry-standard WEP/WPA/WPA2 security. Its unique security key ensures users a secure wireless network. It can also eliminate recent loopholes with WPS.

Securifi’s Almond is now available at Amazon, Newegg for $79 and ebay for $79.99. The company is expecting that Almond will be available at various online and retail locations in Japan starting in early 2013.

Source: Prnewswire

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