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Router Charts

SmallNetBuilder readers can never get enough data and boy, do we have a lot of it! But what we all don't have a lot of is time. We knew our Charts are a well-used feature, but we also knew they needed to do a better job of letting you drill down to the data you need in a faster and easier way. So we've been hard at work redesigning the Charts and hope you like the results.

Router Chart WAN to LAN Throughput

The revamped charts that we're introducing today not only have a new, fresher look, but new features as well. Here's a run-through of what's new:

  • The Product Feature table can now show key features for up to four products in an easier-to-use vertical format. Just check the box to the left of the desired products and click the Compare Checked Products: Product Features link at the top or bottom of the chart.

Router Product Feature Chart

  • The Product Features chart now has a picture of each product and manufacturer website link.

  • The Slideshow icon in the middle column of each chart will link to product slideshows. (Now we just need to get some done!)

  • The Print icon at the top of each chart has been added to make it easy to save the info you want.

You can access the new Router Charts here.

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