Routers

July 9, 2012

Belkin Router Faster, Better Coverage

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The Belkin AC 1200 Router offers a new generation of WiFi with more extensive coverage and a speed of up to 2.8x faster than N routers. Its dual-band offers up to 300Mbps (2.4GHz) and 867Mbps (5GHz.) The AC 1200 works with PCs, game systems, tablets smartphones or other WiFi devices.

Via Belkin Routers

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July 4, 2012

Cisco Linksys Speedy Router

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Cisco has unveiled its first Linksys Smart WiFi Router with 802.11ac. Backward compatible, the technology provides speeds up to 3 times faster than the current 802.11n. Cisco's Connect Cloud app is included and the router works with a universal media connector that utilizes the 5Ghz band. Hook up to game console or Smart TV and stream HD and 3D HD at the same rapid speed. Look for a holiday release later this year.

Via Cisco

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May 23, 2012

Amped Wireless Dual-Band Router

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Amped Wireless is proud to present its dual-band R20000G Router. It covers up to 10,000 square feet and goes between the 2.4GH and 5GH bands for unbroken coverage. The device has five Ethernet jacks and a USB 2.0 port as well as a range of up to 1.5 miles. The high-powered WiFi router has an omni-directional antenna, works through walls and is great for transferring large data files or gaming.

Via Amped Wireless Routers

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May 21, 2012

Buffalo Releases 802.11AC Router

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Netgear was the first to unveil an 802.11ac router with speeds of up to 1350 Mbps but Buffalo has beaten them to market with the WZR-D1800H that is 3 times faster than 5 GHz. Their AirStation Router can deliver 1750 Mbps to net surf and stream HD video and music. The WLI-H4-D1300 Media Bridge features the same specs and has 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports. Both are backwards compatible with 802.11b/g/n and .11a, and each is available at a MSRP of $179.99.

Buffalo Tech

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April 10, 2012

TVPlug Media Center

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Another solution to having an all-in-one media center comes in the form of the TVPlug. The clever gadget replaces your WiFi Router, USB external drive and can record and save TV programs to view on your computer. Available in black or white, it is compatible with both iOS and Android portable devices so that you can view on the fly when you have time to spare.

Via TVPlug

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January 27, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Smart Repeater 10,000 Sq. Ft. Range

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Amped Wireless' Smart Repeater can extend the range of a signal up to an amazing 10,000 square feet. The SR 10000 has dual 600mW amplifiers and 5dBi detachable high gain antennas. The router works with all WiFi networks via its USB adapter. Needless to say, it can go through walls and attach to five ports for access to home theaters, A/V devices and game consoles. An Analytics Tool Android App comes with it to optimize your devices.

Via Amped Wireless

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January 6, 2012

Freakin' Friday! Belkin N150 Router

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It may look like a glorified speaker, but Belkin's wireless N150 Router with MultiBeam technology is as functional as it is decorative. Testing found it to be 38 - 135% faster than others with speed up to 150Mbps. Easily set up for use, it comes preset with a security code to keep others from infringing on your personal Internet space. The N150 is compatible with older wireless networks as well as wireless-N and 802.11 n networks.

Via Belkin Routers

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August 26, 2011

Freakin' Friday! Medialink Wireless N Router

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Routers don't have to look like strange alien-type devices that use antennas to connect you to your Internet world. The Medialink Wireless N Router has an internal antenna and is compatible with Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. Set up is simple and the router is backwards compatible with 802.11 b/g devices. WPA, WPA2 and WPS is supported and it can work with most DSL/Cable modems and 2.4Ghz wireless adapters.

Via Medialink

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July 4, 2011

G-Connect Stores, Streams Via iPad

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Hitachi's wireless G-Connect cleverly stores data and acts as a router. Up to 5 SD or 3 HD streams can be accomplished simultaneously on iPad or iPhone via apps. The device can hold up to 500GB and has an Ethernet port for surfing and streaming from the Internet for non-Apple users. The G-Connect has password protection, a 3 year warranty and you can pre-order now for $199.99.

Via Hitachi

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April 26, 2011

McTiVia Streams From PC to TV

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The new McTiVia streams content to your TV from your computer. The wireless device is compatible with both Windows PCs and Macs, and can double as a router. It connects via HDTV and HDMI sockets and up to 8 computers can hook up to the device.

Via CompuExpert

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April 13, 2011

Cisco Sleek Router Series

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We introed you to Cisco's E4200 in January but if that is beyond your budget, they have an entire line of routers that have dispensed with ugly and replaced with sleek. The basic wireless E1200 connects at speeds of up to 300 Mbps. Other features include WPA/WPA2 encryption, SPI firewall, MIMO antenna technology and Connect software that is simple to set up. There is a 20% off deal for now, so get yours asap.

Via Cisco Routers

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March 22, 2011

Samsung Releases A/V Additions

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Samsung is hoping to expand your AV equipment by offering new peripherals that are compatible with their HDTVs and Blu-ray players with Internet capability. Their CY-SWR1100 router works by plugging into a USB wireless adaptor, a CY-STC1100 Smart TV camera hooks you up with Skype and the RMC-QTD1 contains both a full QWERTY keyboard and standard control for inputting text.

Via ZD net

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January 25, 2011

Linksys E4200 Router

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Cisco has launched a new 802.11n router. The wireless Linksys E4200 has a dual-band, a 300 - 450 Mbps speed, Ethernet connection and a USB storage port for file sharing. The router has a 3x3 MIMO antenna array to for a maximum range.

Via Cisco Routers

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August 18, 2010

Panasonic Endorses Netgear Routers

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So much for individual choice. Panasonic has selected Netgear as its only provider of broadband routers for its line of Viera TVs. The Netgear N600 is their first dual USB WiFi choice with easy setup and access to Amazon VOD, YouTube and other online sites.

Via Netgear

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