A voice assistant, security cam and touchscreen rolled into one, WooHoo wants to be the center of your connected home.
The company's first home Wi-Fi router has all you need to build a robust network storage server in a single box.
Slick design and mostly solid performance sets the Philips VOIP8411B apart from competing Skype dual-mode phones.
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Motorola's SBG1000 has all the right connections to create a flexible, powerful, and reasonably secure network in your home or small business.
The USB Station 2 is an entry-level portable NAS server for home users with casual network storage needs. Despite its nice design and a good set of features, its slow performance will steer savvy users away.
D-Link is at CES 2016 with its first Unified Wi-Fi Home Network Kit, which includes a AC4200 router and a AC1300 extender. It's expected to cost $370.
TP-Link's first Wi-Fi router, the SR20 Smart Home Router, has a touchscreen and features built-in support for Internet of Things (IoT) wireless protocols.
The Zing is a robust and capable mobile cellular router, but make sure you're happy with Sprint's 4G LTE coverage first before getting it.
Klug Home claims it will turn your router into the most integrated smart home hub yet.
If you want to get the best data throughput speeds out of your home electrical wiring and don't mind the oversize design, the Netgear Powerline AV+ 500 Adapter XAV5501 would make an excellent buy.
This modem offers acceptable performance, until the digital lines get noisy.
The Zyxel X-550N is a Gigabit wireless router that's best used for wired connections, especially those with VPN needs.
The makers of the wacky e-ink Yota Phone turn their attention to the humble hot spot.
The Verizon Wireless Jetpack 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot 890L is one of the best choices for travelers who can afford Verizon's limited and expensive data plans.
If money is no object, this solution will save you headaches.
The Netgear Powerline Av 200 Wireless-N Extender Kit XAVNB2001 extends both your wired and wireless networks to the far corners of the house, making it an excellent product for any large property. Get ready to fiddle a little with the setup process in some cases, as its included instructions aren't clear.
$50 a month gets you 10GB of data through this no-contract carrier; $25 a month gets you only 1.5GB.