We put six budget wired-only routers through their paces to determine which provides the most bang for their (lack of) buck.
U.S. Robotics has been on an innovation tear lately. First with its 100Mbps 802.11g wireless product line, and now with a new twist on an old product category.
The U.S. Robotics USR5450 802.11g Wireless Turbo Multi-function Access Point is the first product to hit the streets powered by Texas Instruments' TNETW1130 chipset. USR says TI's 100Mbps "802.11g+" technology was worth the wait, but you'll need to read our review to see if we agree.