The Linksys WRT110 RangePlus is an unconventional and stylish wireless router that supplies near draft 802.11n throughput without being an official Draft N router. We like this affordable, antenna-free router for networks where Wireless-G and Wireless-N clients coexist.
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.
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 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.
The WAP54G offers a significant speed improvement, making it a good buy for offices looking to upgrade existing 802.11b networks.