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It took eight months, and two backpedals on schedule and supported OSes, but SanDisk finally has added PalmOS support to its SD 802.11b card. The good news is that it works. The bad...well, you'd best read our Quick View to find out the whole story.

Up until now, being tapped to perform a wireless LAN survey might make you wonder what you did to get onto your boss' "favorites" list. But no more. Though AirMagnet's Surveyor site survey product can't eliminate all the walking around, it streamlines data gathering and produces reports that even your Mom could understand.

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.

Pocket-sized WiFi network detectors may seem like a dumb idea at first. But if the size and features are right, they can be a real time-saver for seeing whether it's worth it to pull out the ol' notebook. PCTEL's WiFi Seeker seems to succeed where previous devices have failed. Read our Quick View review and see if you agree!

How much would you pay for a four-point SPI router with 802.11g access point, USB print server and built-in VPN endpoint? If you think about $200 is too much, would you change your mind if it handled LAN-LAN and Remote-LAN PPTP, IPsec and L2TP VPN tunnels on both the wired and wireless sides? And how about if it threw in VLAN and Bandwidth control? Come read our review to see how Draytek's Vigor 2900g Broadband Security Router does it all.

The empire strikes back in the "enhanced" 802.11g wars! Linksys has introduced its first SpeedBooster products fueled by Broadcom's Afterburner technology. We rushed the WRT54GS Wireless-G Router with SpeedBooster onto our test bench and have the first-available in-depth review. How does Afterburner stack up against Super-G? Does more money really buy you more performance? All this and more will be revealed...

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