While the Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti notebook adapter made a good showing in mixed-mode throughput testing, we still think it's too early to invest in Draft N technology.
Asus adds a lot of what I've been looking for in a hybrid to the Transformer Book, but no one has yet really nailed the perfect laptop/tablet combo.
The tiny Samsung CLP-300 color laser printer is a good bargain for those with very basic print needs. If you need more from your printer, you'll have to spend a little more money.
Solid maximum throughput is not nearly enough to make us recommend the Draft N-based Linksys WPC300N. Sit tight to see how the other Draft N gear fares.
Though it offers good maximum throughput, the Linksys WRT300N ultimately fails to do the new Draft N standard proud in both mixed-mode and long-range tests. Wait to see how the rest of the Draft N products fare.
Great range and high speeds grace Buffalo's 802.11g USB adapter, but its incomplete documentation may confuse those new to networking.
The Zoom H4n is a mobile recording dynamo with features that outperform competitors that cost twice as much. It is an outstanding value for musicians and podcasters who demand professional-sounding results.
We've given plenty of coverage to the priciest, highest-end 3D graphics cards, but what about 3D for the rest of us? Nvidia's new midrange GeForce 6600 GT card delivers respectable game performance for roughly $200--significantly less than the $400 and $500 6800-series cards.
The Buffalo Adapter-G is the right choice for anyone looking for an 802.11g PC Card adapter with robust security features and an external antenna connector.