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A new wireless network card improves transmission of hi-fi content.
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This story appears in the September 2001 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Wireless home networks are driving users to invest in broadband connections, but intensive applications such as streaming media still suffer hiccups even with high-speed access. Not so with the Panasonic KX-HGC200 wireless network card ($150, street), which features Whitecap wireless LAN technology by ShareWave. It allows seamless transmission of high-fidelity content without interruptions from phones or microwaves. And you can remain connected at a range of 100 feet indoors and 850 feet outdoors. Visit www.panasonic.com or call (800) 272-7033.

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