Routers - PracticallyNetworked.com Earthweb.com Practically Networked Home Earthweb developer.com HardwareCentral earthwebdeveloper CrossNodes Datamation
Welcome to PractiallyNetworked
Product Reviews

 • Routers
 • Hubs/Switches
 • Wireless Gateway
 • Wireless AP
 • Wireless NIC
 • Network Storage
 • Print Servers
 • Bluetooth Adapters
Troubleshooting
& Tutorials

 • Networking
 • Internet Sharing
 • Security
 • Backgrounders
 • Troubleshooting
    Guides

 • PracNet How To's
User Opinions
Practicallynetworked Glossary

 Find a Network Term  
 
Forums
About
Jobs
Home

  Most Popular Tutorials

• Microsoft Vista Home Networking Setup and Options
The most daunting part of upgrading to Windows Vista may be trying to figure out where in the layers of menus the networking and file-sharing options are hidden.

• Do It Yourself: Roll Your Own Network Cables
It may not be something you do everyday, but having the supplies and know-how to whip up a network cable on the spot can be very handy.

• Tips for Securing Your Home Router
Seemingly minor and easily overlooked settings can still have profound security implications. Here are some steps you can take to make sure your wired or wireless home router and by extension, your network is as secure as possible.

  Most Popular Reviews

• Microsoft Windows Home Server
If you have a home network, you'll welcome the easy file sharing, remote access and the image-based backup features of Windows Home Server.

• Iomega StorCenter Network Hard Drive
Iomega's fourth generation StorCenter Network Hard Drive brings many of the features found in higher-end storage devices down to an attractive price.

• MikroTik's The Dude
This free tool delivers many of the same capabilities that you'd find in pricey network monitoring tools. As long as you don't mind tinkering, The Dude is a decent network utility that should be worth the download.


 Latest Reviews 

Review: ClickFree Wireless Backup C3 - 1/20/2011
The Clickfree Wireless Backup likely lacks the power, storage and configuration options power users often crave. However, those seeking a simple to use and configure wireless backup solution should consider the device as a solution for their needs.


Review: Infinitech Infinite USB Memory Drive - 12/19/2010
Infinitec's Infinite USB Memory Drive is an ambitious and innovative product that delivers what it promises when it works. But it's not quite reliable or consistent enough for prime time; hopefully this can be achieved with future software updates.


Review: ETR9330 300Mbps Wireless N Travel Router - 12/1/2010
With simple setup and plenty of useful features, Engenius's portable Wi-Fi router is a real bargain with little competition if all you're after is go-anywhere wireless.


more reviews

Routers   Total: 153 entries

See "Practicallynetworked Recommended" only

Order by: Name | Manufacturer | Price 

FON La Fonera Router
Manufacturer: FON Price: $39.95 
3 Opinions from Users 
You can make them pay or you can give Wi-Fi away. It's up to you when you create a FONspot -- complete with your own personal access on the side.
D-Link DI-604 Express EtherNetwork 4-port Ethernet Broadband Router
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $59 
Read Our Review134 Opinions from Users 
With its $50 street price, the D-Link DI-604 may be inexpensive, but it certainly is not cheap.
eRoutreServer DR-E200 External 4-Port 10/100 DSL/Cable/Ethernet Router
Manufacturer: Addtron Price: $79 
44 Opinions from Users 
Inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. Bad docs, support. Same as Allied Telesyn AT-AR220E
Linksys Compact Wireless-G Broadband Router
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $79.99 
3 Opinions from Users 
This full-featured router is sure to be a hit at home. It also has the size to be portable, but lacks the convenience a traveler would desire.
Buffalo AirStation Turbo G High Power Wireless Smart Router
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $80 
Read Our Review2 Opinions from Users 
MIMO is great, but a high-powered device can deliver distance and throughput increases as well and, in this case, for less money than most of the current MIMO-hyped products.
EtherFast Cable/DSL Router [1 port]
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $80 
Read Our Review169 Opinions from Users 
Lil' Linky is the same as its bigger brother, but without the built-in switch.
Hawking 10/100 Broadband DSL/Cable SOHO Router
Manufacturer: Hawking Price: $80 
21 Opinions from Users 
Way too slow. Don't bother.
D-Link DI-701 Residential Gateway
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $82 
Read Our Review47 Opinions from Users 
Fast, but basic router. Has been improved since review with new user interface.
D-Link DI-704 Ethernet Cable/DSL Internet Gateway
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $89 
103 Opinions from Users 
Different package, but twin to Asante FriendlyNET and SMC Barricade.
IOGear Wireless G Broadband Router
Manufacturer: IOGEAR Price: $89.95 
Read Our ReviewAdd Your Opinion 
When setting up a wireless network for home or office, it's not unusual to have so-called dead spots where the radio signal doesn't reach. Conversely, chances are that your WLAN signal will likely spill over to an area you don't intend it to, like a neighbor's property. IOGear aims to address this problem with a WLAN product, the $89.95 Wireless-G Broadband Router (model GWA502), which employs a dual-antenna configuration the company dubs "Super-Fi."
Pages: [ 1 ] 2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16 



Earthwebnews.com Earthweb developer.com HardwareCentral earthwebdeveloper CrossNodes Datamation


Home | Networking | Backgrounders | Internet Sharing | Security | HowTo | Troubleshooting | Reviews | News | About | Jobs | Tools | Forums