With its high bandwidth, the Intel Pro/Wireless 5000 LAN access point is ideal for relatively open spaces such as large offices with lots of cubicles.
For companies that buy 3Com equipment, this 802.11b card's proprietary features could be worth the price. Others should look elsewhere.
With its simultaneous support of 802.11a and 802.11b, the Intel Pro/Wireless 5000 LAN dual access point is well suited to open office areas packed with wireless PCs.
The Canon LV-7565 has top-notch brightness, exceptionally sharp focus, and an optional network connection, but its large size and high price keep it from being our favorite in its class.
If brightness, a supersharp focus, and the ability to use a corporate network count for more than trim dimensions and realistic colors, Sanyo's PLC-XP56 is the top pick.
LogMeIn plans to release an update of its LogMeIn Ignition app for the iPad that supports transferring files between an iPad and a remote computer.
Claiming patent rights over the wireless technology, Wi-LAN launches a lawsuit against a wide range of tech companies, including Apple, HP, Motorola, and Sony.
NextComputing's Radius XG melds desktop and laptop into giant portable gaming PC.
Meraki announces a program that offers $150 credit toward a new purchase of its wireless-N access point for each legacy wireless access point made by its competitors.
Vulnerabilities in lightweight Cisco wireless access points could open the way to dangers including data theft and "skyjacking."