Linksys launches a simulatenous 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi Access Point

Good news on the Wi-Fi front: Linksys has launched the WRT610N access point, which simultaneously operates in the 2.4 GHz band for current 802.11b/g devices and in the 5 GHz band for new 802.11n devices that support the so far little used frequency band. Should make the transition to the new frequency band much easier, especially if more vendors do the same in the future and integrate it with DSL modems!

From a technical point of view it's interesting to note that the data sheet says each band has it's own set of three antennas (I guess to support MIMO).