The TrendNet Wireless N Gigabit Router TEW-633GR is fast, but not as fast as a competing D-Link router, and it's easy to use, but not as easy as a Belkin router. Still, we like it for its winning combination of decent throughput and intuitive Web interface.
It's a refurb, but don't let that stop you. The WNR2000 will blow the doors off any 802.11b or g router you're currently using. And shipping is only two bucks.
Draft-N routers have steadfastly refused to come down in price, so it's rare indeed to find one selling for just $25. The warranty expires after 90 days, but so what?
Trendnet shows off its smallest router that supports the Draft N wireless standard, thus addressing a shortcoming of many pocket routers.
Netgear's new Digital Entertainer Elite EVA9150 outdoes its predecessor with a 500GB internal hard drive, faster wireless connection, and then some.
TEW-637P Easy-N-Upgrader provide an easy way to upgrade your network to Wireless-N
Netgear releases new Draft N networking gear at CES 2008.
Buffalo releases wireless router that supports Draft N and all legacy Wi-Fi devices.
Apple's new AirPort Extreme base station includes Draft 11N support.
The Linksys WRT330N router brings high throughput.