Tuesday, September 26, 2006

copyright siege engine

Gizmodo has a posting that details the capabilities of the new ASUStek WL-700gE wireless router, which I can only describe as a copyright-kickin' siege engine.

Features include:
  • built-in 160GB hard drive
  • USB ports that support a number of devices (including external drives)
  • built-in BitTorrent client that supports up to 7 simultaneous streams
  • UPnP/DLNA support for sharing media content with compatible devices and software (like iTunes).
Not to put a fine point on this: you connect this puppy up to the Internet, spark up your web browser, point this router at torrents and off it goes! If it had the ability to support other software like tvRSS then you could truly use the Internet as your VCR...

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