This time, we take a look at an easier way to extend a wireless network, with devices that don't use WDS.
Hawking Technologies announced today that it has begun shipping a draft 802.11n USB networking adapter with upgradeable antennas and a USB print server designed for use with multifunction printers.
A wireless networked camera for around $120 may sound like a sweet deal. But Jim Buzbee finds that Hawking's HNC290G is definitely not.
Low-cost hard drive enclosures have extended the useful life of many a spare hard drive by turning them into USB or Firewire-attached external drives. And now similar products are arriving to perform the conversion to Networked Attached Storage (NAS). Jim Buzbee takes a look at two low-cost offerings and finds sometimes you get what you pay for.
Hawking Technology's Hi-Gain Wireless USB adapter puts a new twist on an old product category. We found its 802.11b wireless adapter and hi-gain directional antenna to be a compelling combination for overcoming weak signal problems.
Dual Ethernet WAN SPI-based router. Inexpensive alternative to Symantec VPN 200, but without dialup/ISDN backup ports, and less sophisticated load balancing and failover.