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Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router with SpeedBooster and SecureEasySetup
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $89.99 
2 Opinions from Users 
Here's a close look at the one-button configuration of SecureEasySetup, which delivers what it promises: instantly configured wireless encryption.
Internet Access Gateway Router
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $90 
Read Our Review154 Opinions from Users 
Solid & inexpensive, but limited port forwarding & difficult to program port filters. Twin to ZyXEL Prestige 310.
AT-AR220E Cable/DSL Router
Manufacturer: Allied Telesyn Price: $99 
8 Opinions from Users 
Same as Addtron ADR-e200P
Buffalo AirStation 125* Hi Speed Mode Wireless Cable/DSL Router with AOSS
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $99 
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The AirStation WHR3-G54 with the AirStation One-Touch Security System (AOSS) feature aims to make configuring wireless security so easy and unobtrusive that all it requires is the press of a button.
D-Link DWL-G730AP Pocket Router/AP
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $99 
4 Opinions from Users 
The G730AP is an 802.11g device and can actually operate in one of three modes—in addition to an access point duty, it can also function as a router or as a client adapter.
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
Buffalo AirStation G54 Wireless Broadband Router
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $99 
Read Our Review2 Opinions from Users 
The first 802.11g product to earn Wi-Fi Certification, the WBR-G54 still has some issues but is overall a vast improvement to the original pre-draft product, with many features IT administrators will appreciate.
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.
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.
Netgear WGT624SC Super G Wireless Router — Security Edition
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $99.99 
3 Opinions from Users 
The WGT624SC isn't the first broadband router to include a software firewall, but two things set it apart from previous combos: a full, one-year license to Trend Micro's firewall application and integration between the hardware and software.
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