CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
The D-Link DIR-865L Wireless AC 1750 Dual Band Cloud Router makes a decent investment thanks to its cloud-based features, support for 802.11ac, and good performance on the 5GHz band.
HTC's Droid Incredible 4G LTE is compact and costs less than Verizon's other smartphones, but it still adds up to a raw deal.
Despite the added features, the Amped Wireless High Power Wireless-N 600mW Gigabit Dual Band Router R20000G doesn't impress as much as the previous model, and hence fails to justify its higher price tag.
Kingston's MobileLite Wireless G2 offers mobile media-streaming, extra battery life and much more.
If you can live with unimpressive photos, the Sonata 4G is a reliable phone for those on a budget, but LG's prepaid Optimus F6 is the better option.
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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.
The Belkin Wireless-G Travel Router combines great design and support, a low price, and decent performance, making it an obvious choice for business travelers who need Wi-Fi connectivity.
In theory, a print server can be useful, but the Linksys WPS54GU2 is not reliable enough for us to recommend.
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.