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D-Link Xtreme N Storage Router DIR-685, 3Com OfficeConnect Gigabit Switch 5, ASUS WL-700gE 802.11... See newest reviews

D-Link Xtreme N Storage Router DIR-685

  • Summary: The D-Link Xtreme N Storage Router DIR-685 is a very good single-band wireless N router; however, its extra features hardly justify the price.
  • Pros: Fast wireless performance, Built-in network storage, Photo frame, A comprehensive set of networking features, Its web interface is responsive and intuitive
  • Cons: Single-band router that's more expensive than most, if not all, true dual-band routers, Front panel LCD/photo frame is too small, Network storage performance is slow, Doesn't include a hard drive
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3Com OfficeConnect Gigabit Switch 5

  • Summary: A quality desktop switch with excellent performance and energy efficiency.
  • Pros: Energy efficient, Easily hidden away on/under desk, Full duplex gigabit
  • Cons: Not the cheapest brand on the market, Careful — it could easily be lost
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ASUS WL-700gE 802.11b/g Wireless Storage Router

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  • Conclusion: Integrating local file storage, media sharing and downloading capabilities into a network router is quite a smart move by ASUS and the WL-700gE is literally a working thin client that can operate independently within your network while your PC(s) are turned off.
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Belkin N+ Wireless Storage Router

  • Summary: Belkin's N+ Wireless Storage Router leaps ahead of the wireless-N pack, and finally delivers a wireless-N router worth owning.
  • Pros: Wireless-N that delivers — almost, Storage functionality, Simple installation
  • Cons: Intermittent signal drop-outs, 2.4GHz only, Storage functionality is limited
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  • Summary: Well executed, straight forward and specific. If you need a SSL-VPN then definitely short-list this for evaluation -- you won't be disappointed.
  • Pros: Well labelled ports, excellent administrative interface., Familiar design and interface across Netgear business products., Functional and specific for the intended purpose.
  • Cons: Only supports 25 concurrent users., Uses active execution web controls -- potential security risk when establishing connection., Limited functions, not designed to be an all-in-one device.
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