Securifi, a company focused on developing innovative consumer electronics products, has just revealed that its Wi-Fi router Securifi Almond is now available, complete with Japanese language support.
Launched in February 2012, Securifi Almond is noted to be the first Wi-Fi router with a touch screen.
"Almond has changed the way users setup and manage their wireless routers. We are excited to bring Japanese language support to Almond. We believe its elegant design and interface appeal to the technology conscious Japanese consumers," Rammohan Malasani, chief executive officer at Securifi, said in a statement.
Securifi’s Almond houses a 320 x 240 pixel, 2.8 inch full-color touch screen display capable of handling all router setup and maintenance. Almond not only removes the need for the intimidating Web-driven interfaces consumers have struggled with for over a decade, it eliminates the need to operate in conjunction with a PC or Macintosh entirely. Securifi calls it the first router for the post-PC era.
Also the solution enables users to be online within seconds. They have to just connect their cable/DSL modem and follow the on screen instructions. It offers up to 300Mbps using 802.11n MIMO tech and can connect up to 50 users at a time. The router is compatible with older 802.11bg devices, comes with pre-configured security and prevents intruders from accessing your wireless data.
Almond has two internal MIMO antennas, 300Mbps 802.11b/g/n tech with industry-standard WEP/WPA/WPA2 security. Each Almond comes with a unique security key pre-configured at the factory so users have a secure wireless network from the moment they power it on. It eliminates recent loopholes with WPS that plague routers from other manufacturers in addition.
Almond will be showcased at the upcoming CEATEC show in Tokyo in Securifi's booth.
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