Intel takes USB networking home

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Intel takes USB networking home

Intel has launched a home network product designed to take advantage of the USB port on newer computers.

The AnyPoint Phoneline Home Network USB model lets multiple home computers share a single Internet connection, along with common printers, files and applications.

The $89 USB device provides up to one megabit-per-second of network bandwidth across existing copper phone lines. A parallel port model also is available for $99, and a PCI adapter sells for $79.

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