CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
If you can deal with its software setup snafus, the Linksys WMB54G Wireless-G Music Bridge is a great way to listen to any PC-based digital audio without worrying about DRM and copy-protection entanglements.
If you don't need extended range from a router, the Linksys WRT54GX2 is a good choice if you want to take advantage of MIMO technology but can't afford the hefty price. Still, Belkin offers a better performer that costs less.
From its comprehensive documentation to its docking cradle, the Linksys WUSBF54G has all of its bases covered, making it a smart choice for travelers seeking a good Wi-Fi hot-spot detector/adapter combo.
In theory, a print server can be useful, but the Linksys WPS54GU2 is not reliable enough for us to recommend.
The WRV54G puts the cart before the horse, providing lots of VPN tunnels without covering fundamental wireless-security bases.
The WPC54GS offers a decent bang for the buck and is an excellent choice if you plan to use it with other Linksys SpeedBooster products.
The WPC54G is a great value and a good way for families or businesses on a budget to add 802.11g to a laptop.
The Linksys WRT54GS is especially well suited for networks with both 802.11g and 802.11b connections.
This wireless bridge does a competent job at connecting Ethernet devices to a wireless network or extending a WLAN's range, but its price is high.
If you need a way to connect your 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g adapters with Ethernet, the Linksys WRT55AG is the best solution to date.