The Eero is super convenient and reliable for internet sharing, but you're better off going for a competing system that's cheaper and faster.
For mobile users who want a fast and flexible mobile Internet access solution and who have moderate data usage needs, the T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot ZTE MF61 will make a good investment.
The Zyxel X150N is an inexpensive, entry-level Wireless-N router and should be used only for casual and light wireless networking needs.
The NetGear WNHDEB111 HD Gaming Wireless N Networking Kit is a good investment if you want to add a high-speed Wireless-N connection your HD video streamer or game console.
Don't pick up a new, 802.11n-enabled AirPort Express if you're looking for superfast wireless networking performance. You should consider it, however, if you're in the market for a new Wi-Fi router that offers portability, ease of use, and the unique ability to stream iTunes over your network.
The Buffalo WLA-G54C is the best wireless repeater we've seen to date, and it's a great building block for an expandable network.
This access point's high price will seem fair to those with a lot of wireless equipment.
Small and light, the Asus WL-330 is inexpensive and can create a wireless network anywhere there's a broadband connection, but the device has disappointing range and weak security.
This is among the best compact wireless-networking devices available.
The ME101 is inexpensive, but a bridge with WPA security or 802.11g speed would be a better buy.
The SpeedStream is an excellent device for anyone who wants to wirelessly access the Net from the deepest reaches of the home.
The WAP54G offers a significant speed improvement, making it a good buy for offices looking to upgrade existing 802.11b networks.
The multilingual WAB102 is a good fit for small businesses looking to go wireless.
With its fast performance, good security, and decent warranty, this access point offers everything you need for a home or small-business network. But D-Link's AirPlus DWL-900AP+ does the same thing better and for less.
With its simultaneous support of 802.11a and 802.11b, the Intel Pro/Wireless 5000 LAN dual access point is well suited to open office areas packed with wireless PCs.
The DWL-5000AP will get lots of points from users for its helpful setup videos and fast performance.
Despite its confusing configuration and limited range, this bargain performer will meet the needs of most small home or business networks.
The HE102 802.11a wireless access point combines outstanding performance with easy setup for small offices looking to make the plunge into wireless.