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Looking to drag that 802.11n connectivity with you to even the zaniest of places? Those newly implemented baggage rules totally cramping your style? Enter TRENDnet's TEW-654TR, a 300Mbps Wireless N Travel Router kit which is supposedly small enough to slip completely away into the average front poc

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January 9, 2009 at 1:37AM
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We'll admit, ASUS has us scratching our noggins on this one. Just last month, the outfit coaxed us into believing that EZLink was simply its way of saying DisplayLink. Now, however, it seems that it's a blanket term being used anytime ASUS \"simplifies\" something. Whatever the case may be, the outfit

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Perpetual HD media streaming and online deathmatches got your current router in a bind? D-Link's looking to solve said quandary by introducing the Quadband DIR-855 Wireless N Router, which quite simply \"supports true concurrent 802.11n transmission over both 2.4GHz and 5GHz channels at the same tim

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Linksys is keeping us busy with their new Ultra RangePlus family of home networking gear. Announced are the draft 802.11n Gigabit Router ($130 WRT310N, pictured), the draft-N Broadband Router ($100 WRT160N), and a trio of Dual-Band draft-N products including a USB Notebook Adapter ($80 WUSB600N), a

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With 802.11n slowly seeping into our homes via rogue laptop cards and routine router upgrades, it might be a good time to look for a desktop 802.11n solution that doesn't involve the sacrifice of a PCI card. Buffalo's new WLI-U2-G144N is just such a thing, grabbing those hefty 802.11n waves and p

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