So you're having a party. Every party needs good tunes, but your entire music library lives on your PC. Do you (a) crank up the volume on your PC to 11, even though the sound is tinny and there's no bass to speak of or (b) spend hours burning CDs to pop into your home stereo with the sweet speakers? The answer is neither. Linksys's new WMB54GS Wireless-G Music Bridge lets you wirelessly stream audio files from your PC to your stereo or other speaker system, regardless of which music service you like to use. It's like a virtual sound card for your home. We didn't get to test it out, but it looks nifty. And for a suggested price of $99, it won't break the bank, especially if you like a constant soundtrack for your life. Linksys expects to ship the WMB54GS Wireless-G Music Bridge by the end of January.
Linksys WMB54G Wireless-G Music Bridge
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