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Items tagged with: NETGEAR

QuickView: NETGEAR GS108 ProSafe 8 Port Gigabit Desktop Switch

If you've been looking for a gigabit switch for SOHO use that supports jumbo frames, your search could soon be over. NETGEAR is rolling the feature into this consumer-priced gigabit switch for no extra cost. But getting your hands on upgraded product will be tricky in the short term.

NETGEAR FR114P 4 Port Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall/Print Server Review

Next-generation, SPI-based 4 port 10/100 switched router w/ print server. Bundled with zer0knowledge's Freedom Security and Privacy suite.

NETGEAR WPN824 RangeMax Wireless Router

NETGEAR's RangeMax wireless products hope to bring MIMO to the masses with promises of longer reach at higher speeds, but at prices perhaps more tempting to budget-conscious networkers. Tim Higgins takes an in-depth look at this new MIMO contender and finds a marriage of technologies that still have some issues to work out.

NETGEAR MP115 Wireless Digital Media Player

NETGEAR's follow-on to its MP101 Digital Music player handles most popular still, music and video formats through wired and wireless connections. Jim Buzbee reports on his sometimes trying experience with the MP115.

Do Extended-range WLAN technologies deliver?

Longer range and faster speed are the watchwords for wireless LAN product manufacturers and the criteria by which many of us choose which products to buy. We take a look at three "extended range" WLAN technologies - Atheros' Super G / XR, Airgo Networks' True MIMO and Parker Vision's D2D - to see if they deliver as promised.

HeadToHead: 3Com Office Connect vs. NETGEAR Wireless 54Mbps Travel Routers

Who would have thought that the ability to set up a shared wireless LAN in a hotel room would be so popular? Apparently 3Com and NETGEAR did and turned to a common OEM to produce the first 802.11g miniature wireless routers. We take a detailed look at what sets these two separated-at-birth twins apart.

NETGEAR WG602 54Mbps Wireless Access Point Review

Although NETGEAR was the first to launch the opening salvo in the tri-mode / dual-band wireless LAN wars, its WG602 54Mbps Wireless Access Point that it announced a few months ago represents the first-available draft-802.11g Access Point shipped by the company. It made its way into the SmallNetBuilder Test Lab pretty quickly, and our first-available review will give you our usual in-depth report.

NETGEAR ProSafe Dual Band Wireless VPN Firewall reviewed

Atheros has dominated the shrinking 802.11a wireless market, but is looking (like everyone else!) to take some market-share from 11g market-leader Broadcom.

NETGEAR WAG511 Dual Band Wireless PC Card Reviewed

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!

NETGEAR Cable/DSL Prosafe 802.11b Wireless Firewall Review

Wi-Fi certified 802.11b wireless router, w/ 4 port 10/100switch & print server. Bundled with zer0knowledge's Freedom Security and Privacy suite.
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