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Almost everyone uses a router, and they’re not always the easiest things to set up and keep running. Securifi has built their Almond router with a touchscreen and even a stylus, allowing a very easy setup as either a primary router or a WiFi range extender. The company is also looking into apps such as weather and picture display so that the screen is put to good use even after the router is set up.

Note: The giveaway mentioned was during the CEA Lineshows only – sorry for any confusion.

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