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Most homes today are networked homes. Or they should be.
That’s because we all have a lot of different devices that need to connect to each other and to the Internet. It’s not just desktop and notebook computers that benefit from being networked; we also have smartphones (such as the iPhone), tablets (like the iPad), videogame consoles, portable game players, and even Internet-capable TVs, Blu-ray players, audio/video receivers, and network media players. That’s a lot of stuff that needs to connect.
And you need to connect them all in order to do all the things you want to do in your home. Naturally, you want to connect to ...