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Netgear WNR854T RangeMax NEXT Wireless-N Router - Gigabit Edition Review

Read more...Netgear's entry into the 11n Draft 2.0 sweepstakes dazzles with high throughput, but fails to follow through with features and neighbor friendliness.
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D-Link DIR-655 Xtreme N Gigabit Router Review:Draft 2.0 arrives

Read more...D-Link's DIR-655 has received Wi-Fi Draft 2.0 Certification. Our tests show that it finally might be safe to make the move to draft 11n.
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MetaGeek Wi-Spy 2.4x Review: Better, but Bigger Bucks

Read more...Meta-Geek's breakthrough Wi-Fi spectrum analyzer gets better and more expensive, but is still a bargain.
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Buffalo Nfiniti Dual-Band Router: Double your Draft 11n fun

Read more...Dual-band draft 11n products are finally starting to appear. Tim Higgins looks at the first simultaneous dual band product, including the first-published throughput vs. range performance curves for 5 GHz draft 11n.
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EnGenius takes the practical road to WLAN performance improvement

Read more...In the second and last part of a short series, Tim Higgins finds less hype, lower price but still no miracles of WLAN performance improvement from EnGenius' EUB-362 EXT
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hField Wi-Fire: Modest help for weak Wi-Fi connections

Read more...hField says its Wi-Fire adapter can provide help for weak Wi-Fi signals. Tim Higgins found, however, that it all depends on what kind of help you need.
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Belkin N1 Wireless Router: Neighbor-Friendly but Flawed Draft 11n

Read more...Tim Higgins finds Belkin's Atheros-based entry into the draft 11n WLAN sweepstakes takes a step forward, but a few backward, too.
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Wi-Finding Duo: ZyXEL AG-225H And TRENDnet TEW-509UB

Wherever you go, there's a wireless hotspot nearby... or is there? We look at two finger-sized Wi-Fi finders from ZyXEL and TrendNET that can answer that question with no notebook required.
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Yes, the Linksys WRT54G V5 Really Is a Lousy Router

Read more...User forums around the web have been abuzz with complaints about the non-Linux version of one of Linksys' most popular products. Tim Higgins tested it and the WRT54GL Linux-based version and found at least one reason why the V5 has so many unhappy buyers.

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MetaGeek Wi-Spy 2.4 GHz Spectrum Analyzer

When we first heard about a 2.4GHz spectrum analyzer for $99 bucks, we thought it couldn't be real. But it turns out that MetaGeek's Wi-Spy works well enough that it will probably cut into sales of the higher-priced stuff.
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