DrayTek's Vigor2820n offers a vast array of features, but you'll pay for them. Make sure you need everything it offers first!
Typical price: $489.95
Linksys' WAG160N resides in an attractive package, and manages better than most Wireless N routers. Better than most, but still nowhere near the hype.
Typical price: $199.00
NetComm's NB6Plus4W offers good short range performance and management tools for a very reasonable price.
Typical price: $158.40
The DSL-2740B is a modem and router that offers a good balance between price and features, with a slightly shaky performance.
Typical price: $299.95
The Netgear DG834N is a flexible and consistently performing draft-N modem with some excellent security features -- but you may baulk at the price.
Typical price: $399.00
Edimax's 802.11n router combines a perfect storm of poor throughput and unfriendly set-up routines to make a modem/router that's incredibly easy to pass by.
Typical price: $175.00
The NB9W is a solid performer, combining a modem, router and VoIP gateway in one, making it an ideal solution for the home or office.
Typical price: $299.00
We love downloading stuff very fast indeed, but ADSL isn't quick enough for our tastes. Happily, Be is addressing this problem by combining two lines into one
Forget about the usual New Year's resolutions; this year, soon-to-be-widespread ADSL2+ availability will give you far better things to do with your time. David Braue catches up with the market.
Though pricey, if you demand next-generation networking technology today, with a built-in ADSL2+ modem, the D6300 is a capable option.