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the best product of this year

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Thats the must be the best product of this year. I wonder what its power consumption.

what do you think?
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http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=3747
Thats the must be the best product of this year. I wonder what its power consumption.

what do you think?
Yea it's nice. We discussed it length awhile back as that is dated Aug-06. Would be a nice add to the hardware but not a necessity especially since GBs of HDD space are cheap these days and a router itself is not much money.
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