Sony's well-featured DMX-WL1 lacks the competition's stability and won't match the quality of an HDMI cable, but in situations where it works, it delivers fine quality for most users.
The Sony Bravia Internet Video Link (DMX-NV1) will stream Web video and Amazon Video On Demand to your Bravia HDTV, but its slow interface and limited content options will have you looking at alternatives.
Small and light, the Asus WL-330 is inexpensive and can create a wireless network anywhere there's a broadband connection, but the device has disappointing range and weak security.
We like the Asus WL-500W for its wealth of unique features and its strong signal at long range, but its short-range throughput is substandard and there's no Gigabit Ethernet support. This is a good choice only for advanced users who will take advantage of some of router's USB features and aren't afraid to wade into those waters without help.
The Asus WL-500g's advanced features make it well suited for hobbyists, but its complexity and weak user docs make it a stretch for those new to networking.
The Asus WL-700gE router features an integrated hard drive and loads of media-sharing features. If you find yourself constantly downloading files from the Internet, it's worth the high cost and the complex setup routine.
Provided you can afford it and you can get through the setup process, the Cellphone-Mate CM2000-WL should makes a positive difference in your overall call quality.
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While it'll cost you a hefty $380, the Beats Studio Wireless is an excellent wireless Bluetooth headphone.
While we recommend the Uebo M400 to the DIY streaming and content guru, the M400 is certainly not for novices. It's also desperately in need of some sort of QWERTY input remote.
Wacom improves on its excellent Intuos4 tablet by adding relatively seamless Bluetooth connectivity.