NetComm's NB9WMaxxn could be best described as competent, and with a built-in ATA it's reasonably priced as well. Wireless performance over mid to long distance was good, and would have been excellent all round if not for its poor Intel 5100AGN results. We hope a firmware update will be issued soon to increase the compatibility.
Typical price: $239.00
We just wouldn't feel comfortable recommending the NetComm. It's a victim to stability issues, and was our most frustrating router to deal with in terms of simply trying to connect to the wireless. Perhaps a firmware update will eventually solve our issues, but at this point we'd look elsewhere for your modem/router needs.
Typical price: $169.00
NetComm's MyZone mobile broadband Wi-Fi hotspot shares the net with 10 users from a device the size of a stack of credit cards.
Typical price: $299.00
NetComm's redesigned its home plugs to make them somewhat easier to fit onto a plug socket — and significantly faster as well.
Typical price: $259.60
The 3G18Wn provides good 802.11n performance, 3G USB modem compatibility and a great fall-back position for those using both wireless and wired internet connections.
Typical price: $249.70
NetComm's take on wireless-n still fails to live up to the hype, but is otherwise a solid and capable performer.
Typical price: $269.50
NetComm's all-in-one broadband, wireless and VoIP solution makes for a pretty package, but we were still left wanting just a little bit more.
Typical price: $429.00
Renters or those who want to mix and match broadband styles with a dab of 3G will do well with NetComm's N3G005W router, as long as you don't need lots of wired ports.
Typical price: $199.10
NetComm's NB6Plus4W offers good short range performance and management tools for a very reasonable price.
Typical price: $158.40
Netcomm's chunky purple NP200AV Homeplugs offer those stricken with wireless data woes a way out -- at a price.
Typical price: $299.20