The Netgear WN2500RP is the first device we have reviewed that offers dual band 2.4GHZ and 5GHZ WiFi. Having dual band is great because if you’re wireless devices support it, you can have 2 separate lanes of traffic. This is great for flexibility because if you have some older 802.11b/g devices you can have these operate on the 2.4GHZ band whilst having newer 802.11n devices operate at 5GHZ. This results in much better performance overall!
But it doesn’t matter if your current network is only operating on a signal band. This … Click here to read more
Today I’m reviewing a relative newcomer to the scene. I was given a Wireless Repeater from USPEED to try and I have to say I’m quite impressed.
Sure it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of some other (much more expensive) devices, or a big brand name behind it, but what it does have, is a very reasonable price point and performance that matches, if not betters, some big name devices I have tested.
It Supports WLAN 802.11n (Draft 2.0) and is downward compatible with 802.11g/b 2.4GHz networks. … Click here to read more
There are a number of excellent features that make this Wireless Extender one of the best available. In particular the Dual 600mW amplifiers and 5dBi antennas that make this an extremely powerful device.
Amped Wireless claims that this device will extend the range of any wireless network by 10,000 square feet, which is a very bold claim and you may be thinking it’s a bit over the top. But what we can say is that users are finding that this extender is very effective in increasing the range of … Click here to read more
The WR300N Wireless Range Extender from Diamond Multimedia claims to eliminate wireless dead spots and weak signal areas in your network but it does much more than this. You see this device is not only a WiFi range booster but it can also function as a Wireless Access Point and as an Ethernet Bridge for your wired devices.
The coolest thing about this device is it’s small form factor. Unlike a traditional access point you can simply plug this into a wall socket and away you go, no tangled … Click here to read more