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Routers   Total: 153 entries

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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 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.
Cable/DSL Firewall Router
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $223 
Read Our Review37 Opinions from Users 
A subset of the SonicWall SOHO2's capabilities at a more attractive price.
Cable/DSL Phoneline Router
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $241 
Read Our Review11 Opinions from Users 
Combination of RP114 and PE102 in one box. A little expensive, but a good performer and includes 3 port 10/100 switch
Cable/DSL Security Router
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $165 
Read Our Review48 Opinions from Users 
8 port version of RP114, with Stateful Inspection Firewall & email security alerts.
Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $110 
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Same as discontinued UGate 3000, but with built-in 4 port switch. [Maxgate is now out of business.]
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.]
Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $128 
Read Our Review56 Opinions from Users 
Very similar to UGate Plus, but with built-in 4 port hub.
Discontinued 5/01. Replaced by UGate 3100, which has same features, but with 4 port switch instead of hub. [Maxgate is now out of business.]
Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $175 
Read Our Review63 Opinions from Users 
Same features as UG3000, but with 7 port 10/100 switch & faster processor [Maxgate is now out of business.]
Cable/xDSL Internet Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $146 
Read Our Review20 Opinions from Users 
Same features as UG3200, but with built-in bi-directional parallel port printserver.
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