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DigiWiFi Wi-Fi detector

If media coverage of possible risks from Wi-Fi radiation has got you worried, you can stoke your paranoia with this Wi-Fi sniffer. The rest of us will simply use it to pick up a stray network and grab some free bandwidth. A small display shows details of networks in range and the type of encryption (if any). Uses AAA batteries.

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