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SMC EZ Connect 802.11a Access Point
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $365 
Read Our Review5 Opinions from Users 
Fastest access point currently available, but range is not great.
SonicWALL SOHO TZW
Manufacturer: SonicWALL Price: $895 
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What more could you ask than a winning combination of firewall, VPN, and access point, all in one box?? Considering the times, more than 802.11b and WEP would be nice.
Sony CarrierGate Wireless Broadband Router
Manufacturer: Sony Price: $199.99 
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Sony's PCWA-AR300 is one cool-looking wireless router, and its split router/access point design is a boon for users who want to place the AP high up on the wall or away from obstructions. The downside: it's pricey and offers only a very basic feature set.
SpeedStream Powerline Wireless DSL/Cable Router
Manufacturer: Siemens Price: $159.99 
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Because of its high level of integration, this router is an excellent way to lay a foundation for a mixed Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and HomePlug network with a minimum of configuration hassle.
TRENDnet 11Mbps Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: TRENDware Price: $199 
Read Our Review3 Opinions from Users 
Simple no frills access point with DHCP
US Robotics 22Mbps Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: U.S. Robotics Price: $189.99 
Read Our Review5 Opinions from Users 
First product to use the Texas Instruments ACX100 chipset to get 22Mbps speed with 802.11b -- and it actually does double standard throughput.
US Robotics 802.11g Wireless Turbo Multi-Function Access Point
Manufacturer: U.S. Robotics Price: $249.95 
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100 Mbps? 100% faster? Hardly. If you're willing to make an investment in only TI-based 802.11g products from US Robotics, this access point may indeed reap some benefits, but the high price and lack of support for new security standards (WPA) prevent it from being a must have.
ValuePoint Networks SuperAP 500
Manufacturer: ValuePoint Networks Price: $249 
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This rugged, capable, and relatively inexpensive indoor/outdoor access point for hotspots bridges the gap between home and enterprise devices.
Vivato 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Outdoor Switch
Manufacturer: Vivato Price: $15500 
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The traditional method of deploying WLANs is to install multiple access points inside a building. Vivato offers an alternative that provides flexible coverage within a facility with less hardware and lower costs. The solution? Put the hardware outside.
Wistron NuWeb AirWolf
Manufacturer: Wistron NeWeb Price: $80 
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Great performance and a bargain-basement price make this 802.11g wireless router look attractive, but it's not a product for those looking to upgrade later, and the router's performance is iffy, at best.
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