Uber-Access Points Sucks Up to Six Signals

To paraphrase Crocodile Dundee: “‘At’s not an Access Point, *this* is an Access Point.” Geektechnique has the skinny on their fat pipe sucker (ah, so to speak). Called the Slurpr, it has six mini-PCI cards in it (and 4GB of CompactFlash) and is designed to lock onto six WiFi signals and aggregate their bandwidth into one “FreeLoading Broadband Canal.” Sadly, I rarely see six open access points in my neck of the woods anymore and using someone else’s broadband connection is tantamount to a crime. Mark at Geektechnique plans on selling the Slurpr for €999.

[Via Boing Boing]