Add these Wi-Fi devices to your network for a new world of wireless productivity and entertainment
The Grace Wireless Internet Radio lets you listen to Internet radio shows, podcasts and music on your PC from anywhere in your Wi-Fi zone, providing a surprisingly rich and clear sound.
Left: The Eye-Fi Share card pops into any camera with an SD card slot and automatically beams your photos over your Wi-Fi network to your computer and/or to any of two dozen online photo services.
Right: If you're in the market for a new camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ50S sends your pictures wirelessly to Google's Picasa service.
The HP OfficeJet J4680 multifunction printer has a wireless print server built right in.
At $400, the Panasonic KX-WP1050 Wi-Fi phone for Skype is pricey, but coupled with one of Skype's inexpensive VoIP calling plans, it can save you money in the long run.
The eStarling WPF-388B digital photo frame uses Wi-Fi to pull photos off an online photo service, displaying them at a sharp 800-by-600 resolution.
The Linksys Wireless-G PTZ Internet Camera watches over your home or office without the hassle and expense of running video cables throughout the building. You can even pan and zoom it remotely.
The HP MediaSmart Connect x280n wirelessly connects your Windows Media Center PC to your HDTV, meaning you can surf the Web, watch online videos and listen to Internet radio on your TV.
The NEC NP905 wireless projector creates a vibrant 1024-by-768 image on the screen while freeing you from clumsy cables.
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