Amped Wireless Extends Touch Screen Wi-fi Line With Ac Extender Solution

By creating a product that harnesses our award winning, high power technology and an intuitive touch screen setup, we are able to provide homes with a strong Wi-Fi network that they are comfortable interacting with. We are very excited about this award and look forward to launching many more innovations at CES 2015. On January 5th, Amped Wireless will be talking to press and showcasing their latest innovations at Pepcoms Digital Experience! at the Mirage Events Center in Las Vegas from 7pm-10:30pm. From January 6th-9th at CES 2015, Amped Wireless will also be displaying the TAP-EX2 along with other long range Wi-Fi products at its booth, located in South Hall 4, Booth #36533 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. For press meeting requests please email: press(at)ampedwireless(dot)com or call Lacey Limbrick at 909-217-3229 x 152. The TAP-EX2 will be shipping to customers early 2015. It will be available at major brick and mortar retailers and other online retailers, as well as ampedwireless.com.
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Google Tracker 2015: Everything we know Google is working on for the new year | Ars Technica

“It cost about $20,000, and it works like a printer,” he said about the machine, which is about the size of a large microwave mounted on a compartment. The unit is tied into a PC terminal and can handle up to 12- by 24-inch sheets, cutting with a laser beam about 3/16 inch in diameter, which is directed through a series of mirrors. Marshall was able to cut the new shapes and devised a method to make beveled edges with a special saw bit. About three years ago, the business owner retired and the templates were no longer needed. That is when Marshall began transforming 1/8th-inch plywood into functional and artwork objects.
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They all have Wi-Fi chips, and you have a Wi-Fi router, which connects everything to everything else and gets all of itontothe Internet. A smart home hub works pretty much the same way. You cancurrentlybuy all sorts of connected “smart home” products: light switches, light bulbs, power outlets, door locks, garage door openers, and sensors, all of which can be triggered or read remotely. Just like a Wi-Fi router, a smart home hub is necessary to connect all your smart home stuff to all your other smart home stuff and make everything accessible viathe Internet. In fact, we reviewed the Revolv hub and a competitor , the SmartThings Hub, earlier this year. Why not just use the existing Wi-Fi router the way a Nest does?
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