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Buffalo Technology's AirStation 54Mbps Wireless USB adapter reviewed

After a longer-than-expected wait, 802.11g / USB 2.0 adapters are finally hitting the shelves. The first one to hit the SmallNetBuilder test bench was also the first announced - Buffalo Technology's AirStation 54Mbps Wireless USB Adapter. We put it through its paces and our RapidReview will tell you whether you have to sacrifice any speed for the convenience of its USB 2.0 connection.

BuffaloTech AirStation 54Mbps Wireless CardBus card Review

One of the first 802.11g wireless client adapters. Uses Broadcom '54g' technology. Also comes in 'A' version that supports external antenna

BuffaloTech AirStation 54Mbps Broadband Router Review

Broadcom-based draft-802.11g router. Supports multipoint bridging and repeating
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