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Bubba Two WiFi review

Jul 03, 2010, 13:07 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)

[ Thanks to Russell Barnes for this link. ]

"Pros: Excellent build, fan-less design, low power consumption, wireless interface, user-friendly web-based front end

"Cons: The current lack of 802.11 n wireless networking is a shame (though will arrive as a free download at some point soon).

"Bubba Two is not a new product, but the latest revision of this nifty little Linux-based home server sports two significant upgrades that warrant a closer look. At first sight, the updated Bubba Two model is similar to the original in almost every respect. It sports a minimalistic design, a solid aluminium case that can withstand harsh treatment, and a slew of ports on the back. However, a closer examination reveals two antennae on the back, which leads to the logical conclusion that the new model of Bubba Two now features a wireless network interface in addition to the wired Ethernet connector."

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