Buffalo has announced the availability of its new Buffalo BHR-4GRV router for the Japanese market, which boasts built-in support for virtual private network (VPN) connectivity via the use of the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP), along with various other features.
Read on to find out more.
Fancy owning a router which claims to come with built-in support for enabling connections to virtual private networks or VPNs? Well, Buffalo has just announced their solution for users who find themselves dealing with such needs, and it comes in the form of its new BHR-4GRV router, which is reportedly capable of doing just that, and then some.
According to Buffalo, the new BHR-4GRV router's built-in support for VPN will allow users to connect to VPN networks via the PPTP protocol, and that it is compatible with a variety of mobile devices, such as Apple's iPad and iPhones. In addition, Buffalo has also claimed that the BHR-4GRV sports a single USB port which users can utilize for hooking up external storage devices to, or for use in sharing a printer across the network.
Last but definitely not least, the BHR-4GRV will sport four Ethernet ports, one of which will support gigabit Ethernet connections at speeds of up to 1000Mbps, and is expected to retail in Japan come early August at the suggested retail price of 6,300 yen, or approximately US$80.