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Microsoft MN-700 Wireless Base Station
Manufacturer: Microsoft Price: $139 
Read Our Review1 Opinions from Users 
Clearly and unabashedly geared toward home broadband users, Microsoft's 11g router/access point is marred only by significant performance issues when WPA security is turned on.
MicroSolutions BackPack Wireless Workgroup Server
Manufacturer: MicroSolutions Price: $699 
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If you don't need cutting edge wireless (read: 802.11g), this unit that combines storage, a wired router, and a WLAN access point in a single chassis may be the perfect solution for your small business.
Multi-Tech RouteFinder Wireless Router/Access Point
Manufacturer: Multi-Tech Systems Price: $318 
Read Our Review1 Opinions from Users 
- PRISM II based 802.11b wireless router with 64/128 bit WEP and MAC Access control
- First wireless router to support dial-in RAS!
- Also supports dialup WAN connection
- Includes 30 day TZO Dynamic DNS service trial
Netgear 802.11b Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $229 
Read Our Review79 Opinions from Users 
Moderately priced 802.11b Access Point, with no throughput hit with WEP enabled, but only 40 bit WEP.
Netgear HE102 802.11a Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $389 
Read Our Review7 Opinions from Users 
The Netgear HE102 provides excellent performance, but you’ll need to experiment to get the most out of it.
NETGEAR 108Mbps Wireless Firewall Router
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $149 
Read Our Review10 Opinions from Users 
This product might not live up to the triple-digit performance claims on the box, but it still provides a measurable and meaningful performance boost — but with a caveat toward interoperability.
Netgear 54 Mbps Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $139 
Read Our Review7 Opinions from Users 
Despite a strange performance drop off, the small size and excellent software tools for setup and configuration set this 802.11g access point apart from the pack.
Netgear WNHDEB111 HD/Gaming 5 GHz Wireless-N Networking Kit
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $199 
1 Opinions from Users 
This kit offers a way to get 5 GHz draft 802.11n without replacing or interfering with your current Wi-Fi setup.
Netgear ProSafe 802.11g Wireless AP with Propagate Networks' AutoCell
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $299 
2 Opinions from Users 
AutoCell technology delivers on the promise to mitigate interference by self-configuring your network on the fly while you do nothing.
NETGEAR ProSafe 802.11g Wireless Firewall with USB Print Server
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $276 
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A premium price pays for the extras — such as modem fail-over and USB print server — that make this one of the most full-featured 802.11g routers to date.
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