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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.

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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.

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ORiNOCO RG-1000 Residential Gateway
Manufacturer: Agere Systems Price: $230 
Read Our Review18 Opinions from Users 
Fast, but difficult to set up wireless router. Includes dialup modem. Can't route Ethernet and wireless at the same time.
ORiNOCO RG-1100 Broadband Gateway
Manufacturer: Agere Systems Price: $199 
Read Our Review2 Opinions from Users 
A great value but without the configuration flexibility found in other 802.11b products, plus poor documentation and a host of other shortcomings.
ParkerVision SignalMax Wireless Router
Manufacturer: ParkerVision Price: $99 
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Parkervision SignalMax line of products focuses on the issue of wireless coverage, by utilizing a technology the company calls Direct to Data (D2D), which uses a method of transmitting and receiving called RF Energy Sampling that samples much larger parts of the wireless signal than a conventional radio
Phoneline 10M Cable/DSL Router
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $141 
Read Our Review43 Opinions from Users 
Linky with a single Ethernet port and built-in HPNA2.0 bridge.
Upgrade to 1.37.4 firmware or higher for better performance
Phonex Broadband NeverWire14
Manufacturer: Phonex Price: $99 
Read Our Review3 Opinions from Users 
If you're looking to network a non-mobile device like a desktop computer or a video game console, a HomePlug-based power line networking adapter is a logical way to go. The NeverWire 14 HomePlug adapter from Phonex Broadband combines solid performance with a reasonable price, making it a worthy choice for networking your non-mobile devices.
RouteFinder DSL/Cable Router
Manufacturer: Multi-Tech Systems Price: $143 
Read Our Review16 Opinions from Users 
-Not an AMIT clone!
- First low-cost router to support dial-in RAS!
- Also supports dialup WAN connection.
Sereniti Smart Home Networking Service
Manufacturer: Sereniti Price: $99.95 
2 Opinions from Users 
Buying hardware and software from multiple vendors can get expensive and complex. Enter Sereniti. What its combination 802.11g router and subscription security service lacks in flexibility, it makes up for in simplicity.
SMC Barricade N Wireless Broadband Router
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $100 
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The SMCWBR14-N is the Draft N addition to SMC's Barricade range of broadband routers. At a current street price of around $100, it promises speeds 'up to 5x faster than 802.11g.' Does it deliver?
SMC Barricade N Wireless Gigabit Router
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $160 
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The SMC router and USB adapter perform reasonably well and adds an impressive set of security, traffic management and remote access features.
SMC Barricade Turbo 11/22 Mbps Wireless Cable/DSL Broadband Router
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $129.99 
Read Our Review22 Opinions from Users 
This 802.11b+ equipped router might be missing a few items, but it provides enough administrator-friendly features and high performance to justify a place in a small business or home office network.
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