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TRENDnet TEW-673GRU Dual Band Wireless N Router Review
     Thu, Mar 03 2011 | 12:00P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With an external status LCD, two USB ports, Dual Band Wireless N Gigabit Ethernet and a price of around $120/110Euros the TEW-673GRU Router by TRENDnet is without doubt one of the best wireless high-end routers currently in the market.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

HornetTek Showcase: An Updated Phantom
     Thu, Mar 03 2011 | 9:00A | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
About a year ago, we reviewed the HornetTek Phantom, a 2.5' multimedia player capable of playing almost anything we threw at it. The Phantom is a very nice unit. It has small footprint, and users simply have to install a 2.5' hard drive and they can play everything stored in it. Since 2.5' hard drives have yet to reach the same capacities as 3.5' drives, HornetTek has brought out another media player based on the same Sigma chip, but which now supports 3.5' SATA drives. With 3.5' mechanical hard drives selling at 5 cents per gigabyte, the upgrade is much-welcomed for anyone who has a large collection of digital media. The new media player, the Showcase, accommodates either 2.5' or 3.5' drives. Furthermore, it also adds the component video output for those who still have older TVs without HDMI ports.
  FULL STORY @ SHOWCASE

Magellan RoadMate 3065
     Tue, Mar 01 2011 | 4:00P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The Magellan RoadMate 3065 is a commuter-oriented GPS navigational device with some really unique features, like a live traffic receiver wake up feature. It also has some business features, like allowing you to keep track of your travels and to tag them as "business" for later reporting. However the sluggish touch screen input makes it tough to use with ease.”
  FULL STORY @ HANDHELDS

TRENDnet TEW-691GR Wireless 450Mbps Gigabit Router
     Mon, Feb 28 2011 | 4:02P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Streaming HD Video across the house? Gaming? Have a Huge house and 802.11g just won't due? Come see if this 450Mbps router from TRENDnet is worth your time.
  FULL STORY @ WIRELESS

QNAP TS-659 Pro+ Turbo NAS Server
     Thu, Feb 24 2011 | 4:03P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"To think of a NAS server as a business only product these days is ignorant. With everything digital now playing a larger role in our lives, most families can easily benefit from a full on NAS server. Connectivity is the key and you simply can't get this level of connectivity from a home server without a large amount of time consuming customization. Tine also plays a role in our digital lives; no one has enough of it and when something is in low supply a dollar figure can be assigned to it. As the supply dwindles the figure is increased. These days I would pay for time, even if charged by the minute. My personal NAS server saves me time and thus is an investment that can be recovered. I hope you are in a position to consider your time valuable as well. Today we are looking at the latest generation NAS server from QNAP. The new TS-659 Pro+ ships standard with many hardware improvements over the non-plus models. The first is a new Intel dual core Atom processor and memory configuration. Let's dive right into the hardware specs and I will get you up to speed."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

ASUS RT-N56U Dual Band Gigabit Wireless N Router Review
     Wed, Feb 23 2011 | 4:03P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"The home networking market is one that is booming with technology, but is quite stagnant in terms of aesthetics. If you look things over you really are getting the same shell even if you get more features or more speed from your choice of router. It has gotten so bad lately that many people are not bothering to worry about "what it looks like" anymore. For us it has become like trying to describe cereal boxes. It is very difficult to find something new with each product we test. True, sometimes you get a flashy LCD screen, or different color lights, but that is about it. Enter the ASUS RT-N56U; this new product from ASUS is like no other networking product I have seen. In fact, at first glance you would never know it was a Gigabit, N-Spec, Dual Band wireless router with two USB 2.0 ports that can be used for networking, printing or to connect a USB HDD for network storage. It is also hard to believe that you get all of this for only $129.99 from Newegg.com. So now all we have to do is see if it performs as good as it looks. Here we go!"
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

Wireless Graphics card - KFA2 GTX 460 WDHI review
     Mon, Feb 14 2011 | 5:04P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
One innovative product that dropped like a bomb into the market a couple of weeks ago is the KFA2/Galaxy GeForce GTX 460 WHDI with the card transmitting a wireless signal to your HDTV. An idea that originates from Intel actually, as they also have WHDI solutions these days. But think about it, a graphics card with no monitor connectors attached to it, yet when you look at the HDTV you see your desktop in 1920x1080P perfectly clear and fine, ... all transmitted through the air. The concept surely is miraculous and even weirder, it works surprisingly well !
  FULL STORY @ GURU3D

 
Asus RT-N56U Dual-Band router
     Sun, Feb 13 2011 | 9:00A | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
ASUS has products in most areas including computers, laptops, mobile phones and computer components. It is therefore not surprising that they also have network products. In today's review we test their flagship network product, the ASUS RT-N56U. As expected from a flagship product ASUS has gone all-out with the N56U, giving it impressive specifications including support for both 2.4GHz and 5 GHz with a theoretical speed of 300 Mbps on each frequency at the same time, support for external hard drives and printers, support for up to 300,000 sessions at once and true Gigabit-speeds over both the WAN- and the LAN-ports. All these features come in a very stylish package. But is it all too good to be true? We've seen high spec'ed routers that fail to live up to the hype. Read on to find out if the ASUS RT-N56U falls in that category or if ASUS has a winner on their hands.
  FULL STORY @ BJORN3D

VisionTek CandyBoard Bluetooth Edition
     Fri, Feb 11 2011 | 4:00P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“VisionTek has now taken the CandyBoard and tweaked it a bit, by adding Bluetooth connectivity and a couple other small revisions. The design and function are nearly identical, so VisionTek is wide not to mess with a winning formula. Perhaps more importantly, VisionTek has upped the ante with this device with all its newly added features at a reduced cost of about $65 USD at different online retailers.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card Review
     Wed, Jan 19 2011 | 12:00P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"When it comes to online gaming performance the Bigfoot Killer 2100 didn't hurt system performance and in a couple of the games we tested with it slightly improved our ping times. We noticed less than a 5% improvement in latency across the board for online gaming and to some you might feel this doesn't justify the $85 shipped cost of the Killer 2100, but others might see this as an advantage. When it comes to Local Area Network (LAN) gaming we noticed that the Killer 2100 really helped performance and cut the average latency in Battlefield Bad Company 2..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

Asus RT-N16 Gigabit SuperSpeed-N Router Review
     Tue, Jan 18 2011 | 5:18P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"For a sub-$100 router, the RT-N16 is an excellent choice for both beginners and enthusiasts alike. The UI is easy to work with and setting up secure wireless Internet access is a cinch even for those without advanced networking skills. For those who like to tinker, this router boasts some impressive hardware specs and supports third party firmware such as DD-WRT and Tomato."
  FULL STORY @ GIGABIT

Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card Review
     Mon, Jan 03 2011 | 4:00P | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card by Bigfoot Networks may not perform wonders when it comes to your online gaming experience but it will most certainly give you the upper hand against your fellow players in intensive situations.
  FULL STORY @ RWLABS

NETGEAR ProSafe GS110TP POE (Power over Ethernet) 8-Port Smart Switch
     Sat, Oct 23 2010 | 9:04A | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Over the last year or so we have shown you pieces of networking hardware that normally reside in the realm of the enterprise network; items like 24 port rack mounted switches, smart switches and of course Power over Ethernet devices. With each of these we have talked about the technology behind them and how this technology is slowly working its way into the home network environment. Today we have another of these devices. This time it is a much smaller product, but no less advanced. It is the NETGEAR GS110TP 8-port POE Gigabit ProSafe Switch. This device has a full 8 ports that can supply up to a total of 46 Watts nominal power. But the GS110TP is more than just a power source; it is also a layer 2 managed switch with a very functional webUI for management and configuration. You can also setup and manage some very advanced switching and QoS (Quality of Service) options for VoIP (Voice over IP) data and much more. You also get the option to connect the GS110TP to a fiber backbone by using one of two SFP ports (fiber modules are extra)."
  FULL STORY @ TWEAKTOWN

CradlePoint MBR1000 Mobile Broadband Router Review
     Wed, Apr 30 2008 | 6:49A | Networking | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“EVDO is basically wireless internet access that can be accessed over a cellular network. Almost every cell phone provider offers EVDO service. What's great about it is that anywhere you get a cell signal you get internet access. No depending on a hotel's internet or a hotspot at a coffee shop for internet access anymore. I currently use an Express card from Sprint that allows me to connect to the service, but what if I'm on a trip with friends? Why should they have to pay $9.99 per day or more for internet when I already have access? That is where the CradlePoint MBR1000 comes in.”
  FULL STORY @ THINKCOMPUTERS

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