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Networking

TP-Link 150Mbps Wireless-N Nano Router
REVIEW

TP-Link 150Mbps Wireless-N Nano Router

Tiny and affordable, the TP-Link 150Mbps Wireless N Nano Router makes a great companion for mobile users needing to share their hotel room's Internet with wireless clients.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on September 21, 2012
2.8 stars User rating out of 2 votes
Pogoplug Series 4
REVIEW

Pogoplug Series 4

The Pogoplug Series 4 is a cleverly simple device for getting files and media from your hard drive, USB drive, or SD card online and making them shareable with smartphones, tablets, and PCs. While many may find it redundant with cloud storage services, the Series 4 is easily the best version of the Pogoplug to date.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on January 31, 2012
1 star User rating out of 6 votes
Pogoplug Pro
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Pogoplug Pro

The Pogoplug Pro adds Wi-Fi and costs $30 less than its predecessor, and remains a unique and easy-to-set-up device for sharing files online. However, many of its higher-end features (printing, media streaming) remain buggy and unreliable.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on December 21, 2010
0 stars User rating out of 3 votes
TP-Link TL-WR741ND Wireless Lite N Router
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TP-Link TL-WR741ND Wireless Lite N Router

The TP-Link TL-WR741ND Wireless Lite N Router makes a great entry-level Wireless-N router at an affordable price.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on October 25, 2009
Netgear Wireless-N Router WNR2000
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Netgear Wireless-N Router WNR2000

The Netgear Wireless-N Router WNR2000 is a no-frills budget wireless-N router, with excellent range and a handy and comprehensive Parental Control feature. It's a good fit for those who just need a simple wireless network and the ability to control access to the Internet.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on August 20, 2009
2.3 stars User rating out of 8 votes
Linksys WPC54GX4
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Linksys WPC54GX4

If you plan to sit within 10 feet of your WRT54GX4 router, you'll get satisfying throughput. But if you want an adapter that's faster than standard 802.11g, opt for the Belkin Pre-N, which shows more consistent performance.

3 stars Editors' rating on May 15, 2006
Linksys WPC300N Notebook Adapter
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Linksys WPC300N Notebook Adapter

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.

3 stars Editors' rating on April 25, 2006
Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Notebook Card
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Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Notebook Card

The Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Notebook Card can't compete with another member of Belkin's wireless-adapter family, the Pre-N PC Card, but it compares decently with other pre-802.11n/MIMO adapters and kills the plain 11g competition.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on December 15, 2005
Netgear WPN511 RangeMax Wireless PC Card
REVIEW

Netgear WPN511 RangeMax Wireless PC Card

The Netgear WPN511 offers outstanding 802.11g and long-range speed when used with its router counterpart, the WPN824, but its performance suffers in mixed-mode environments.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on August 22, 2005
Linksys WPC54GX adapter
REVIEW

Linksys WPC54GX adapter

The Belkin Pre-N PC Card provides more MIMO bang for your buck than the Linksys WPC54GX.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on March 18, 2005