TRENDnet today announced the TEW-445UB 108Mbps High Power Wireless USB 2.0 adapter. The adapter supports up to 23dBm transmit power for network coverage with less interference at extended ranges.
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.
Now that the novelty of "flash key" sized wireless adapters has worn off, manufacturers are faced with coming up with other ways to make their products stand out. Buffalo Technology's WLI-U2-KG54-AI has a unique approach that may be attractive to the less-organized among us.
SMC's EZ Connect g 2.4GHz 54Mbps Wireless Ethernet Adapter is the first product to support enhanced security via Wi-Fi Protected Access in a wireless bridging device. But although it has a few other useful tricks that it can do, we found it a little too quirky for our taste. Read the review and find out why.
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.
Will higher power really solve your wireless networking problems? We set out to answer that question in our review of the SMC2532W-B 2.4GHz 802.11b High Power Wireless PC Card. Read the review and see what we found.
Now that tri-mode dual-band wireless cards are here, it's hard to see why companies will buy anything else to equip their legions of laptops. Read our review of NETGEAR's WAG511 Dual Band Wireless PC Card and see why!
One of the first 802.11g wireless client adapters. Uses Broadcom '54g' technology. Also comes in 'A' version that supports external antenna
Dual-band 802.11a/b Atheros 5001X-based CardBus adapter. Superior performance in either mode, with or without WEP enabled.