Belkins new lineup of pre-N (802.11n) products is set to hit the US on June 1st. Offering speeds of up to 300Mbps, 802.11n wireless is the key to being able to stream HD video content over Wi-Fi. It also means you can maximize the bandwidth on your network, so now you don’t need to worry about opening that website while on a critical Skype call. The main piece in the Belkin-N lineup is the N1 Wireless Router ($149.99 USD), but it also includes a Notebook Card ($99.99 USD) and a Desktop Card ($119.99 USD). The N1 Wireless Router is based on Atheros’ XSPAN™ technology. It has a cool network status display and offers security with WPA2-Personal, 64-bit, 128-bit WEP encryption and enhanced firewall. Plus, the N technology is backward-compatibe with 802.11b and 802.11g networks making the transition a little easier. The only drawback is this will be out prior to the full ratification of the N spec, but I would think that any changes would be easily patched with a simple firmware update. At any rate, if you need top performance from your Wi-Fi these may be worth checking out.