The new Boscobro Shpm87 wireless router, which is slated to be launched this fall, is billed as a “premium wireless router” by the company, but the device itself is a pretty basic one.
The router is basically a standard router with an antenna mounted on the bottom, which sits on the top of the router itself.
It’s powered by a 1GHz 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi radio, but there’s also a 1.2GHz 802,3GHz radio inside the router.
There’s also Bluetooth and NFC, as well as the usual Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth connectivity.
There are a couple of extras, including the option to add a USB cable to the router to expand its network.
The main selling point of the Shpm 87 is that it’s “100 percent wireless,” but there are some caveats that may impact the overall performance.
First, the router’s USB port is USB-C, so there’s no way to use it with other USB-connected devices.
Secondly, it only has 2GB of RAM and is limited to a single USB-A port.
In short, the Shp87’s performance is more or less comparable to other routers that have a USB-c port.
The Shp88Z70N also has a USB port and is available for $79.99, but it’s a bit more limited, and there’s a higher price tag.
The Bosch website doesn’t list a price for the Shpn87N.
In addition to the usual WiFi, Ethernet and Bluetooth, there’s 802.3af and 802.2ac, but they’re both Wi-fi only.
Both of those are 802.1x/2.4GHz only, meaning you can’t connect a mobile phone or tablet to them, unless you have an adapter that supports the new technology.
And of course, you can connect a computer directly to the Wi-FI, which means that you can use your PC to do some pretty interesting stuff with the Shpc87N, including downloading images from your hard drive or downloading music from the Internet.
It also supports the 802.15.4 wireless standard, which enables you to send and receive data from any Wi-, Bluetooth, or cellular network.
This allows you to do things like download photos and videos from your camera or streaming music from your music collection.
But if you’re worried about its speed, you should definitely check out our full review of the Bosch router.
The price for a single Shp80N router was $69.99 in the US and $69 for the 64GB model.
The 64GB Shpn88Z30N will be launching this fall in the U.S. at a $119.99 price.
The other Shpn router will be available at a slightly higher price of $149.99.