D-Link Intros Gigabit Gaming RoutersWith online gaming gaining popularity virtually every week, it was just a matter of time when the industry would offer products tailored to users who enjoy spending significant time online with games such as Half-Life 2. D-Link is one of the first firms catering to this crowd with a wired and wireless router which uses a packet processing engine to give online games precedence for bandwidth over all other Internet applications such as browsing, email and FTP transfers. The "GamerLounge" DGL-4300 wireless router comes with four Gigabit Ethernet ports and 802.11g wireless connectivity offering a bandwidth of 108 Mbps and targets gaming with the PC as well as the consoles Xbox and PlayStation 2. The manufacturer believes that the router is capable of squeezing those important "milliseconds" out of broadband connection to provide a competitive advantage in a heated online game environment. D-Links new GamerLounge flagship routers carry suggested retail prices of $150 for the wired version and $180 for the wireless device.