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Thursday, February 14, 2008
Looking to move up to Draft N wireless but don't want to spend a fortune? TRENDnet has a $70 solution for you, in the form of the TEW-631BRP. Despite it's budget price and bright blue hue, the router turns out to be a great offering.
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Wednesday, May 02, 2007
The TEW-631BRP offers a quartet of switched Fast Ethernet LAN ports and its RJ-45 WAN port means you'll be needing a separate cable or ADSL modem equipped with an Ethernet port. ADSL users who don't want to incur the extra expense might want to check out Netgear's DG834N, which comes with an integral ADSL2/2+ modem and can be had for only a few pounds more. The router is available for around 85, while its accompanying PC Card can be found for around 70.
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Tuesday, April 10, 2007
On the surface, the 802.11n draft spec router claims that it is capable of a maximum burst transfer speed of 300Mbps, a substantial increase over the 54Mbps that most 802.11g routers can handle. Unfortunately, it never came even close to this claimed throughput, though it did manage to get things moving along at a slightly faster pace than the 802.11g standard (this is based on a comparison with the Linksys WRT54G).
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