As the Editor-in-Chief here at APH Networks, it's probably no
surprise to you if I told you that my house is fairly filled with technology.
What I have around here is nearly a dozen computers, spread over three
floors. There are several network attached storage file servers. Multiple
wireless routers are set up to cover both sides of the house. Central wired
home networking with Gigabit switches are deployed for stationary devices.
Adding to that is a couple of network color laser printers. If what I have
mentioned sounds similar to what you have at home, man, you have got to keep
reading. If you don't, then man, you still got to keep reading, haha. A few
years ago, I reviewed Slim Device's Squeezebox V3 (Now owned by Logitech) --
an otherwise excellent network audio streaming device in its days. The device
was not without its limitations, however. For one thing, it was still
relatively expensive for approximately $300 at that time..