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Belkin's F5D7130 802.11g Wireless Access Point is one of the first 802.11g APs to be both 11g spec-compliant and support Wi-Fi Protected Access. We found it to be a good performer, but with some limitations that might cause some prospective purchasers to think twice before buying.

Linksys' WET11 Wireless Ethernet Bridge brought wireless 802.11b bridging to the masses with its combination of low price and easy configuration. With the release of its successor - the WET54G Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge - it looks like Linksys is hoping to dominate the market for low-cost 802.11g-based wireless bridging too.

Bluetooth fans have had to pay a lot for the privilege of getting their clients connected into their wired LANs. But not any more! Belkin's Bluetooth Access Point is priced within the reach of the average home networker, and includes a two-port USB print server to boot. But will it earn a place in your pile of networking boxes? Read our review and find out!

Linksys' new WET11 is causing quite a stir in the wireless networking world. Some say it's just a WAP11 stuck in AP Client mode. Others say it works great and wish it were weatherized for outdoor WISP-type use. So what's the real story? Has Linksys managed to come up with a one-product-does-all 802.11b solution?

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