As anyone who's ever had to run a 15 metre ethernet cable from their router to their Xbox can attest, even Wireless N can struggle do deliver reliable speeds in some homes. Which makes iiNet's decision to develop its own wireless bridge product such a logical addition to the BoB family.
The iiNet labs are currently developing a wireless bridge product alongside the BoB2, and should be available later this year. As described by Anthony Malone on the iiNet blog:
To avoid running a long cable through the house, Wireless Bridge offers a dedicated and flawless connection between your modem at one end of your home and your fetchtv service, Xbox or any Ethernet enabled device that requires an internet connection at the other end with its robust secure point-to-point wireless signal. I could go into details and tell you that it allows for high definition content to be streamed at 5Ghz but it’s probably just easier to say the Wireless Bridge is in a lot less crowded wireless space than your standard wireless modem and therefore able to provide a much clearer traffic stream to your television.