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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.
Belkin 5-Port Network Switch
Manufacturer: Belkin Price: $60 
Read Our Review20 Opinions from Users 
A simple easy to setup switch with nice looks
Actiontec VoSky Call Center
Manufacturer: Actiontec Price: $69.95 
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If you use Skype a lot, then being able to make your Skype calls from your regular phone instead of setting in front of your computer is probably reason enough to consider VoSky.
Netgear XA601 Powerline USB Adapter
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $79 
Read Our Review1 Opinions from Users 
The Netgear Powerline Adapter products represent the best of the group of currently available HomePlug-based products. Price, performance, ease-of-use, and even design and aesthetics are all top notch.
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.
Actiontec 85 Mbps 4-Port Hub
Manufacturer: Actiontec Price: $90 
1 Opinions from Users 
What do you do when your home or office just won't play nice with a wireless network? Electrical lines in the walls and products such as the MegaPlug 4-port Hub and Ethernet Adapter may just solve your connectivity woes.
Netgear XE602 Powerline Ethernet Adapter
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $99 
Read Our Review8 Opinions from Users 
The Netgear Powerline Adapter products represent the best of the group of currently available HomePlug-based products. Price, performance, ease-of-use, and even design and aesthetics are all top notch.
Phonex Broadband NeverWire 14
Manufacturer: Price: $99 
6 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.
Netgear XE104 85 Mbps Wall-Plugged Ethernet Switch
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $99.99 
1 Opinions from Users 
As with other products in this category, the XE104's real-world performance is only fraction of the number on the box. However, it's sutiable for sharing an Internet connection or networking devices that aren't bandwidth hungry. It's also a snap to set up and can accommodate four Ethernet devices.
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.
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