The NETGEAR N300 WirelessRouter with USB is ideal for both professional and personal Internet use, providing Wireless-N speed for...... more
The NETGEAR N300 WirelessRouter with USB is ideal for both professional and personal Internet use, providing Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, voice and music, and online gaming. Storage for downloads is easy with ReadySHARE' for shared access to a USB storage device connected to the router.
The Belkin N750 DB Wi-Fi Dual-Band N+ Gigabit Router offers superior performance for multi-video streaming and multi-player online gaming at speeds up...... more
The Belkin N750 DB Wi-Fi Dual-Band N+ Gigabit Router offers superior performance for multi-video streaming and multi-player online gaming at speeds up to 900 Mbps Wi-Fi + routing speeds combined. Stream HD video, play games, download music, and print wirelessly from multiple devices throughout your home quickly and reliably.
Advantages: Small, reliable, decent range, easy to set-up and tweak Disadvantages: Not so great looking, suffers from static occaisionally
...I have had this router in my home for nearly 18months now after buying it as part of a box set containing the router and 2 PCI BT VOYAGER 1040 network adaptors.
The box contained the BT Voyager 2100 Wireless router, two PCI network adaptors, a quick start instruction manual and a set up cd-rom with a full manual and utilities. That said, the manual on the disc fails to cover most...
Advantages: Fast speeds, Reliable, Stylish Disadvantages: I had wireless problems, Gets a bit warm, no restart router option in config
...The Linksys WAG160N N300 is an ADSL2+ wireless modem router, meaning it has a a modem built in. It is for use with BT Internet connections rather than for use with a Cable broadband connection (i.e. Virgin) although a Cable version is also available. It?s an ADSL2 router, which means it supports the newer ADSL standard, which could mean faster transfer speeds although this really depends...
Advantages: Self configurable, Web interface, Free Lifetime support, ease of use Disadvantages: None
...an ethernet link into one of the four wired network ports on the router. As the router and wireless card in your other device have no information about each other, this is a very important stage so make sure you have an ethernet (CAT 4) cable available otherwise you will not be able to proceed. Once you have made this connection, the router will self-configure with your Internet Provider. At this point...