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Maverick Systems Develops World's First Portable Wireless Internet Gateway - Video Report.

Tokyo, Japan, June 26, 2007 - (JCN) - Maverick Systems has developed the world's first portable wireless Internet gateway.

Allowing one Internet-connected PC to share the connection without the need for cables and working the same way as a conventional router, the gateway can be plugged into a USB port and allows for instant Internet sharing.

The card is unique because it functions as a router, access point and LAN card, and supports NAT, DHCP and static or dynamic IP addresses. The connection can be shared by up to 32 computers simultaneously, and plugged into a base station allowing for conventional wired LAN connection.

Currently only available in Korea, Maverick Systems are looking for international distributors and plan on selling the device to consumers for approximately 3,000 yen.

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Date:Jun 28, 2007
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