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EnGenius XtraRange Routers Hit The Shelves

EnGenius logoEnGenius has begun shipping a new family of "extended-range" wireless routers.

TP-LINK TL-WR700N Reviewed

TP-Link TL-WR700N teaser imageUpdated - Need a pocket-sized, budget-friendly 802.11bgn AP, router, bridge, client, repeater? TP-LINK thinks it's got one you'll like. Us? We're not so convinced.

D-Link DIR-605L Cloud Router Reviewed

D-Link DIR-605L Cloud RouterUpdated: D-Link's DIR-605L Cloud Router is a decent entry-level 802.11bgn router, but not really very cloud-enabled.

Amped Wireless R10000G Reviewed

Amped Wireless R10000G teaser imageUpdated - Amped Wireless' R10000G has impressive routing and wireless throughput. But it doesn't live up to its "long range" promise.

NETGEAR Shipping Simultaneous Dual-Band Bridge/Repeater

NETGEAR logoNETGEAR has begun shipments of a simultaneous dual-band wireless extender and bridge it announced at CES.

TI Rolls Out 5-in-1 Wireless Chips

TI logoTexas Instruments has introduced a family of five-in-one wireless devices.

ASUS RT-N66U Dark Knight Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router Reviewed

ASUS RT-N66UUpdated - ASUS' RT-N66U "Dark Knight" router is causing quite a stir. Our full review's wireless performance tests confirm the reason why.

Amped Wireless Ships Gigabit N High Power Router

Amped Wireless LogoAmped Wireless said it has started to ship its new high-power wireless router.

CES 2012: TP-Link Announcements

CES LogoTP-Link has revealed its first NAS and added two routers at CES.

CES 2012: NETGEAR Introduces App-able Routers

CES LogoNETGEAR rolled out some new hardware. But the big news is its move into app-enhanceable routers.

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