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Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station (2009)

ZDNet
  • Summary: The AirPort Extreme Base Station is a great wireless router for Mac or novice users who need something that's simple, nice-looking and works well for their homes. Savvy and Windows users will find many other alternatives that offer a lot more features for their money.
  • Pros: Fast throughput, Easy to use, True dual-band, Guest networking, Printer and network storage support, Aesthetically pleasing design
  • Cons: Limited networking features, Picky support for USB external hard drive, Only three Ethernet ports, No web interface, No remote access for Windows users, Supports only 50 clients, Only OS X 10.4 or later can access storage feature
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Netgear WN3500RP Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: If your microwave oven cripples your 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network then 5GHz is a wise investment. This Netgear is a dual-band Wi-Fi extender, helping both your 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks reach the far corners of your home.
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D-Link RangeBooster N 650 ADSL2+ Router (DSL-2740B)

ZDNet
  • Summary: The DSL-2740B is a modem and router that offers a good balance between price and features, with a slightly shaky performance.
  • Pros: Great range of management features, Excellent warranty period, Port filtering and modest URL filtering
  • Cons: Performance was a little erratic, Status lights are separated from corresponding ports, 10Mbps Ethernet only
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Linksys WRT310N Wireless-N Gigabit Router

ZDNet
  • Excerpt: The Linksys WRT310N Wireless-N Gigabit Router bears the same sleek, antenna-free design as its sibling the WRT160N, except features a four port gigabit switch. We are a little disappointed at the lack of a USB port, which means it can't act as a print server or easily facilitate network storage.
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ASUS RT-N13U Wireless N Router

ZDNet
  • Summary: Asus' inexpensive 802.11n router is a bit of a bargain, although it does also bring with it some bargain basement sensibilities.
  • Pros: Print and BitTorrent servers built in, Great throughput, Inexpensive 802.11n
  • Cons: Have to pick between FTP/BitTorrent and Printer sharing, Support documentation is poor, Difficulty getting printers to work
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