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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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Asanté FriendlyNet Internet Router with Firewall
Manufacturer: Asanté Price: $99.99 
Read Our Review3 Opinions from Users 
If you're in the market for a low cost yet feature rich Cable/DSL Router with built-in Firewall capabilities, there's no need to look any further than the Asanté FriendlyNet FR1004.
SpeedStream 2614 4-Port DSL/Cable Router
Manufacturer: Efficient Networks Price: $99.99 
Read Our Review48 Opinions from Users 
The Speedstream 2614 distinguishes itself with a print server and modem backup capabilities.
Actiontec Dual Mode Wireless-Ready Cable/DSL Router
Manufacturer: Actiontec Price: $99.99 
Read Our Review16 Opinions from Users 
Actiontec's Dual-Mode Wireless-Ready Cable/DSL Router is a competent product that is available at a reasonable price, and comes with an easy installation and 24/7 toll-free support. With the router you can network two wired PCs via ethernet or USB, and share internet access with 802.11b-compliant desktop or notebook PCs. If you can live with some of the device's limitations, Actiontec's Dual-Mode Wireless-Ready Cable/DSL router is one to consider.
D-Link SecureSpot DSD-150
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $99.99 
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D-Link says its $99 device — which includes a firewall, parental controls, anti-virus, spam filtering and more, is a simpler and less-expensive way to protect multiple computer on a home or small office network.
Linksys Wireless-G Media Storage Link Router
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $100 
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This affordable product lets you plug any USB hard drive into a router and use it as a network-attached storage drive. It's a neat idea, but it does have its limits.
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?
ZyXEL X-550 XtremeMIMO
Manufacturer: ZyXEL Price: $100 
2 Opinions from Users 
Maybe the ZyXEL X-550 XtremeMIMO is just a router, but it is a technologically advanced one, and it has a twist in that it's easy — real easy — to set up.
Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $100 
Read Our Review19 Opinions from Users 
Not fancy, but dependable and very flexible port mapping for games and Special Apps.
No longer available via retail. VAR only. [Maxgate is now out of business.]
Barricade 4 Port 10/100 Broadband Router
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $100 
Read Our Review360 Opinions from Users 
Fast router with built-in Win/LPR printserver and ability to use with Dialup modem or ISDN TA.
Different package, but twin to Asante FriendlyNET.

Being discontinued. Replaced by SMC7004ABR.
NetLINE Broadband Gateway
Manufacturer: Farallon Price: $105 
Read Our Review2 Opinions from Users 
MaxGate UGate-Plus clone
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