Sean Kalinich |
Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am |
Do you have an old Xbox, PS2 or other system that you want to get on your wireless network? - NETGEAR has an answer with their Universal WiFi Adapter. Read the review.
In our ongoing series of bringing the enterprise to the home, we are taking a look at a new Power over Ethernet Switch from NETGEAR today - The ProSafe GS110TP. Read the review.
ASUS is following up their habit of making multi-function equipment with their USB-N13 wireless adapter. Read the review.
Looking for a way to combine some of your peripherals into one easy to access spot? - The ASUS RT-N16 might be the answer for you. Read the review.
Is the typical 300Mbps not enough for you anymore? Try the 450Mbps TEW-691GR wireless router from TRENDnet. Read the review.
Is your home wireless network getting cluttered with too much data? TRENDnet has a possible answer with their dual band Wireless N router. Read the review.
We take a look at a new mobile wireless router that can work with existing 3G USB dongles. Is it fast enough for our "now!" internet needs? Read the review.
Home wireless is great, but with inconsistent speeds and more and more video streaming it is time to head to Ethernet over power. Read the review.
With all the traffic types in a network things can easily get congested. The NETGEAR GS605AV is a simple to use solution that anyone can set up. Read the review.
What do you get when you combine PoE, 802.11n, WDS and some actual thinking about design and usage? You get the TRENDnet TEW-653AP. Read the review.
People and companies are looking to save money in any way they can. We take a look at the Wireless Distribution System to see if it can help. Read the article.