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CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
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This access point's high price will seem fair to those with a lot of wireless equipment.
With its outstanding performance and compatibility with 802.11b gear, Netgear's WG602 delivers on the promise of the upcoming 802.11g standard.
Netgear's FWG114P is a great all-in-one device for those planning to set up a home office.
The HE102 802.11a wireless access point combines outstanding performance with easy setup for small offices looking to make the plunge into wireless.
The multilingual WAB102 is a good fit for small businesses looking to go wireless.
The WAP54G offers a significant speed improvement, making it a good buy for offices looking to upgrade existing 802.11b networks.
The Linksys wireless router joins wireless and Ethernet networks with broadband in a well-designed, economical package for SOHO users, but a few flaws in documentation and security pull it up short of perfection.