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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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Routers   Total: 153 entries

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Belkin N1 Router
Manufacturer: Belkin Price: $149.99 
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Fancy styling and ease of use can't overcome lackluster performance compared to other Draft-N products currently on the market.
Buffalo Nfiniti Wireless-N Router & Access Point
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $125 
Read Our Review1 Opinions from Users 
'Draft N' wireless gear offers a somewhat dubious value proposition. In theory, you get faster connections and wider coverage now, but you run a risk that the equipment will never comply with the final 802.11n standard.
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.
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.
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.
AirStation - Local Router Model
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $289 
Read Our Review17 Opinions from Users 
Speedy 4 port plus 802.11b wireless router. Docs & admin screens are difficult to understand.
Cayman 2E-H-W11 Wireless Router
Manufacturer: Cayman Price: $499 
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- PRISM II based 802.11b wireless router with 40 bit WEP & 8 port hub
- No MAC address association control
- 60% WEP enabled throughput decrease
- Supports non TCP/IP bridging and bandwidth control
Check Point Safe@Office 500w
Manufacturer: Check Point Price: $321 
3 Opinions from Users 
Security threats in 2006 are a lot more than just a regular off-the-shelf firewall can handle. That's where a new generation of integrated router security appliances, offering what's known as unified threat management, come into play.
Aironet 340 Series
Manufacturer: Cisco Price: $274 
4 Opinions from Users 
Cisco's wireless routing entry for the SOHO market. Supports 128 bit WEP.
- "M" model is $70 more and includes dialup modem WAN connection option.
Colubris Networks CN1050 Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Colubris Price: $799 
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This product -- actually a router for providing wireless Internet access to the masses -- lacks a few things bigger businesses might like, but offers up a wealth of security options that should keep most SMBs quite happy.
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