|QuickLink Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker|
Posted: 24-Aug-2004 [Source: Smith Micro Software]
[QuickLink Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker can detect a signal within 300 feet in less than a second saving the frustration of booting up your notebook computer if no signal is available.]
Aliso Viejo, Calif. -- Micro Software Inc. announced the QuickLink(R) Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker, a compact, convenient device that allows Wi-Fi patrons to easily search for the strongest wireless access point in public Wi-Fi hotspot locations.
QuickLink Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker eliminates the hassle of booting up a notebook computer to search for the nearest Wi-Fi access point. Simply point the device in any direction, push and hold the button down and wait for the sweeping red lights to remain lit to indicate a Wi-Fi signal has been found. QuickLink Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker can detect a wireless access point within 300 feet in less than one second and is not fooled by other radio-frequency emitting devices such as cordless phones, baby monitors and microwave ovens.
"QuickLink Wi-Fi Seeker is the perfect solution for road warriors tired of booting up their laptops only to find a Wi-Fi signal doesn't exist," said Robert Elliott, vice president of marketing with Smith Micro. "This device is small enough to fit on a key ring, zipper-pull on a notebook case or in your pocket. The QuickLink Wi-Fi Seeker is fast and can find the strongest signal in less than a second."
QuickLink Mobile Wi-Fi Seeker is directly available through Smith Micro for $29.95.
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