Cable Cutters

Wi-fi may have been invented as a way to network PCs, but it is turning into a boon for all sorts of household products. Wireless networks let you shuttle pictures, music and video from device to device, anywhere in the house--or even in the backyard. Best of all, you don't have to rip open walls and ceilings to hide cables. For your pleasure, here's a sampling of the latest crop of wireless appliances.

GAMES TO GO Built for Microsoft's Xbox video-game machine, the MN-740 module lets you go online wirelessly and do battle against anyone, anywhere via the Web. $139

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