Wi-Fi router takes the place of Japanese taken

Equipment is installed in the wall, occupying the space of conventional outlets. It supports data transfer rates up to 150 Mbps.
The Japanese company Planex Communications will launch next month signals a router to wireless networks that can take the place of the takes. The device MZK-KR150N was designed so that most of its components are hidden in the wall, leaving only its antenna input power cable and some control buttons out.

The equipment is directly connected to the grid (the same way as with conventional outlets) is compatible with the transmission technologies 802.11n Wi-Fi and supports transfer rates up to 150 Mbps.

Besides the care of short, at installation time is necessary to be aware of the fact that the WAN cable must be connected inside the device, ie, the area that will be inside the wall. Therefore, the company indicates that the router implementation is done by an electrician informed and follow the guidelines in the manual.

As you can see by the pictures, the use of the equipment prevents the use of the same wall outlet as a power point. According to the site VR-Zone, the MZK-KR150N is scheduled to hit Japanese stores in April for $ 119 (£ 215).

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