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If you've grown increasingly incensed by those annoying dropouts caused by your 80s-era wireless router, it looks like Netgear has your cure. Though, we must say, there's at least a decent chance you don't have the coinage to procure said medicine. At $190, the RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit...

September 1st 2009 at 11:56am 0 Comments
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While router manufacturers (we're not going to name any names here) seem to still have quite a bit of trouble ensuring one out of five of their products aren't complete duds, the inevitable march of "progress" continues. Netgear's latest foray into 802.11n draft spec RangeMax Wireless-N products pa...

January 6th 2008 at 12:57pm 0 Comments
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Surely bitter after being one-upped by D-Link by a matter of hours (strictly in terms of time to press, of course), Netgear is still tooting its own horn over being the second to receive the Wi-Fi Alliance's 802.11n draft 2.0 certification. The firm's first two devices to include the newfangled sea...

June 30th 2007 at 6:05am 0 Comments
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With all the pain associated, usually there's a bit of a pay-off for early adopters. They are, after all, playing with the "latest and greatest," right? Doesn't seem to be the case with the three new draft-n routers that just hit the market. We already hit up the disappointing Buffalo WZR-...

June 20th 2006 at 8:45pm 0 Comments