New FRITZ!Box for ADSL connectionWith the FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7330, AVM is unveiling a new FRITZ!Box that is designed as an entry-level product for home networking. The new FRITZ!Box is able to connect every device to a home network and can be used with virtually any ADSL connection.
Rapid connections thanks to WLAN N and gigabit Ethernet
AVM's new FRITZ!Box 7330 is an ideal entry-level product for home networking.
Enjoy photos, music and more across an entire home network
Using its integrated NAS (Network Attached Storage) functionality, the FRITZ!Box 7330 can make photos, music, videos and other files available across the whole network. Devices connected via USB 2.0, such as storage media or printers, can also be incorporated into the home network via printer and media servers – even when the user’s computer is switched off. Online storage space can also be integrated seamlessly thanks to WebDAV support.
State-of-the-art ADSL technology and telephony equipment
The FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7330 is equipped with the latest ADSL technology and supports the soon-to-be-introduced Internet protocol IPv6. One of the main strengths of the FRITZ!Box 7330 is its telephony equipment with an integrated answering machine and fax receiver. The DECT base station serves for up to six cordless telephones. An analog telephone or fax machine can be connected as well.
Hassle-free telephony via fixed-line network and Internet
The new FRITZ!Box 7330 offers another ideal solution: integrated smartphones in a home network. FRITZ!App Fon can connect a smartphone to the FRITZ!Box quickly and easily via WLAN. Smartphones can then be used at home for hassle-free conversations via a fixed-line network or the Internet. The WLAN and ADSL connection makes using smartphones at home much faster and more convenient: surfing or using e-mail, for instance, is noticeably quicker with ADSL.