Make your corded appliance wireless
Do you have a play station, TV, Blu-ray player or similar which is connected to the internet via cables, but lacks the possibility of wireless internet? No problem, Netgear network adapter, makes your appliances wireless regardless of their brand. You simply connect the cable to the appliance, fasten it on the back of your unit using the help of the cardboard band and let it connect to your home wireless network.
Turn things on and off remotely
Tellstick is a unit which you, depending on the model, connect to the router’s USB port or Ethernet port to remote control electrical appliance. Can be controlled via your smart phone, tablet or computer. As well as a Tellstick you need a remote switch. If you purchase a Tellstick such as a USB dongle you also need a Dovado router or computer connected to the internet with a free USB port. The easiest choice is Tellstick Net which can be connected directly in the router without needing a USB port.
Start with a router
All digital homes need a good router. It is the basis of the digital home and what the home will build on in the future. Netgear N-300, 599 kr, belongs to category blue and is therefore the middle of the range. It has double antennae and USB ports.
Access film and music libraries from all units
If you connect the external hard drive Seagate Satellite (38-4905), 1499 kr, to the router, you can access all the films, pictures and music you have stored on the hard drive, from all your units connected to the network. You can also take it with you in the car so that the children, via their own tablet or smart phone, can look at different films wirelessly, because Satellite can be connected to the car’s 12 volt outlet and create an individual network in the car. When you are home again, you can connect back to your home network.