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Nexland ISB 800Turbo Router Review - Conclusion

Broadband Internet is becoming increasing popular in developed countries around the world that are sick of the turtle-like speeds that ageing 56k dialup Internet access provides. Nexland are one of the companies which offer their only broadband products. Cameron "Sov" Johnson checks out the ISB 800Turbo which features its own built-in 8 port hub and firewall to protect against intruders.

| Routers & Access Points in Networking | Posted: Aug 18, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: Nexland



I was more than pleased with the job Nexland has done with this router, and can truthfully say that I wouldn't have any problem recommending this router to anyone. While it is more suited to a business style where data is more crucial, a home user who wants dual broadband will love this unit with its 8 network ports, firewall and a load of other features.


Nexland have got a very large range of products now, starting at the budget end with some of the more simple routers without a switch, to high end ones with dual Internet connection balancing, as well as their new wireless routers which aims for a tidier environment.




- Easy setup (no horror stories)


- 8 Port Switch built in




- Pretty Pricey


Rating: 9 out of 10.


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