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Bluetooth network monitor shows you stats

Posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 in DIY by DP

netmonlabels-W600

This bluetooth network monitoring device by Zak Kemble shows network statistics on a small LCD screen:

Whenever I want to see why a download is going a little slow or getting lag on an online game I’d have to log in to my routers web page or SSH in to see if its someone else in the house downloading/uploading, the net connection going wonky or just the server, this was a bit annoying to do, so I made this device to constantly show network statistics.

Via Electronics-Lab.

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