With good wireless performance, gigabit ports and built-in print and file servers, Apple's Airport Extreme Gigabit has a lot to offer both MacOS and Windows users.
Netgear's entry-level draft 11n wireless router doesn't include gigabit Ethernet. But it does have something that many people have been waiting for.
Netgear's entry into the 11n Draft 2.0 sweepstakes dazzles with high throughput, but fails to follow through with features and neighbor friendliness.
D-Link's DIR-655 has received Wi-Fi Draft 2.0 Certification. Our tests show that it finally might be safe to make the move to draft 11n.
Dual-band draft 11n products are finally starting to appear. Tim Higgins looks at the first simultaneous
dual band product, including the first-published throughput vs. range performance curves for 5 GHz draft 11n.
In the second and last part of a short series, Tim Higgins finds less hype, lower price but still no miracles of WLAN performance improvement from EnGenius' EUB-362 EXT
hField says its Wi-Fire adapter can provide help for weak Wi-Fi signals. Tim Higgins found, however, that it all depends on what kind of help you need.
Tim Higgins finds Belkin's Atheros-based entry into the draft 11n WLAN sweepstakes takes a step forward, but a few backward, too.
Wherever you go, there's a wireless hotspot nearby... or is there? We look at two finger-sized Wi-Fi finders from ZyXEL and TrendNET that can answer that question with no notebook required.
User forums around the web have been abuzz with complaints about the non-Linux version of one of Linksys' most popular products. Tim Higgins tested it and the WRT54GL Linux-based version and found at least one reason why the V5 has so many unhappy buyers.