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Dr. Cool Router Cooler

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2011

This device keeps your router cool, while making it look dorky. I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a problem with my router overheating. This new device comes from Evercool and is called Dr. Cool. It is apparently the first patented router cooler ever. Not that anyone needs one.

It cools more than just routers too. If your router is fine, this device will also cool other gadgets like your netbook or your tablet. And make them look just as dorky. The clamps are adjustable and will grab onto your gadget like a huge white parasite. Who wants one?

Netgear N300 DGN2200M Router now shipping

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2011

Netgear has announced that it is now shipping the N300 Wireless ADSL2+ modem router. The device is basically a DSL modem with an integrated 802.11n wireless WiFi router. The feature that you will appreciate the most is that it has failover if DSL goes down.

The failover function is thanks to a 3G USB modem that you can plug into an attached USB port. When DSL is out the 3G modem kicks on automatically and once the router detects that your DSL is back the 3G modem stops.

Linksys E4200 Wireless-N Router sports a stylish design

Posted in Linksys by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2011

A gadget can’t get by on looks alone, but sometimes they can go a long way. That’s the case with this Cisco/Linksys E4200 router. The Wireless-N router will deliver best-in-class speed and performance and is equipped with 6 antennas which deliver maximum range and reliability.

These also double your network bandwidth with simultaneous dual-band N (2.4 and 5 GHz) for high performance wireless entertainment. It has 4 Gigabit Ethernet posts for as much as 10 times faster wired speeds. You can expect it to hit the stores in the next few months for $180.

Planex MKZ-RP150N Pocket Router

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on December 22nd, 2010

Planex has announced it’s latest router in the MKZ-RP150N pocket router. The device is pretty simple. It has just a single connection for Ethernet, and will support WiFi and basic DNS services. It measures 42mm x 15mm x 55.2mm and weighs just 27 grams, hence the name.

This USB-powered portable router retails for about $41, and may be a good alternative to Apple’s AirPort Express at that price.

Clear launches new WiMAX router with integrated WiFi

Posted in Modems by Conner Flynn on December 5th, 2010

CLEAR has launched a new modem to use with its WiMAX service for the home or small-office users. It features an integrated WiFi b/g/n radio for sharing the 4G connection with several users, a Beceem BCS5250 WiMAX chipset, internal 5dB average gain antenna, an Ethernet port and a WAN port for using the router with a cable/DSL modem.

The device is now available for $120 or $7 per month. You can get month-to-month or two-year agreements, with service plans starting at $35 a month and you can add CLEAR Voice for $15 a month.

Huawei intros 3G pocket router with OLED display

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on June 13th, 2010

Here’s something you don’t see everyday. Britain’s 3 has added a portable 3G router with its own display features. Huawei’s E585 has a monochrome OLED display that shows battery life and connection as well as the amount of data used. There’s also a new web-based setup page with the router and it can be configured for Linux PCs and Macs and Windows.

The E585 will continue charging even while it shares its 3G connection over Wi-Fi with up to five other devices. It also doubles as storage with a microSDHC slot, but we don’t know if this will act as network-attached storage. 3 UK will sell Huawei’s router in July for £50 (or $74) on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Trendnet ships TEW-691GR 450Mbps WiFi router

Posted in Routers by Shane McGlaun on June 10th, 2010

When it comes to gadgets and electronics there are few things that we don’t want more of. We always want more performance, more bandwidth, and more battery life. Trendnet has announced that its latest router offering more wireless bandwidth than other devices on the market is now ready to ship.

The router is the TEW-691GR and it is designed to provide 450Mbps of theoretical wireless bandwidth. To get that level of performance Trendnet uses three antennas that each broadcast three spatial streams per antenna on 2.4GHz spectrum.

Trendnet TEW-655BR3G mobile router ships

Posted in Routers by Shane McGlaun on April 27th, 2010

There are lots of people out there who would like to be able to share connectivity from a 3G USB modem between multiple computers. Back during CES Trendnet showed off a new WiFi router that could do just that and promised it this month.

Trendnet has announced that the router is now shipping for $99. The router is called the TEW-655BR3G and can work with modems from AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. Modems using 3G and 3.5G networks are supported.

Asus RT-N56U router is looking thin

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on March 4th, 2010

Well look at this sexy and apparently uber-thin router from Asus. It looks like a prop from a Sci-Fi flick. Sadly we don’t have many details on the RT-N56U, but we can tell you that it was announced at CeBIT this week.

Other than that we know that it has dual band support with the 5GHz band being used, it’s compatible with printers and scanners, and is very fast with 300,000 concurrent sessions available. Feel free to stare. That’s what we’ve been doing.

Wi-Reach personal mobile hotspot tips up at MWC

Posted in Routers by Shane McGlaun on February 16th, 2010

The Mifi personal mobile hotspot made waves when it debuted by allowing multiple computers to connect to a single 3G connection on the road. The downside to the device is that you had to get a new contract and couldn’t use your existing 3G modem.

Connect One has unveiled a new personal mobile hotspot called the Wi-Reach that uses a USB port to allow you to use an existing USB modem. The hotspot supports 3G and 4G modems with a software update.

Netgear MBRN3300 shares 3G connection with the home

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

Netgear’s MBRN3300 comes from a collaboration with Ericsson. The unusual device can use an internal 3G modem which includes HSPA+ at about 20Mbps, while sharing that link via 802.11n Wi-Fi or through one of the four 100Mbps Ethernet ports.

Owners can also switch off the 3G, Wi-Fi or both when not in use. The MBRN3300 is for households where regular cable, DSL or fiber isn’t available, and for those who rely on just mobile local networks. You can even charge it up in the car with the optional car charger and a battery pack. Nothing on pricing yet, but Netgear primarily intends the router as an option for carriers.

Lego router works, delivers Wi-Fi

Posted in lego by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2010

Lego makes all things possible. So it isn’t surprising that someone named Luke has ripped open the WRT54GL and transplanted it into a Lego case. The best part is that it looks great. I wouldn’t mind this sitting in my living room.

Want to try your hand at this Lego creation? Go for it. Full instructions are available. You can likely get it done during a quiet weekend.

NEC releases smallest WiMAX Router with Wireless LAN

Posted in Routers by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

NEC releases smallest WiMAX Router with Wireless LANNEC has announced a world’s first. They are boasting that the Aterm WM3300R is the world’s smallest WiMAX router with wireless LAN support. The device measures just 94mm x 67mm x 22mm and weights 145grams. This WiMAX router comes with embedded Wireless LAN (BG), offering Multi SSID functions and basic Wireless LAN Security protocols like WEP and WPA(TKIP/AES).

The WM3300R connects to your computer via the USB port and will be available in early November 2009 in Japan for 25,000 Yen or $272.

D-Link ships DIR-685 all in one router

Posted in D-Link by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2009

D-Link ships DIR-685 all in one routerThe DIR-685 was first introduced way back in January at CES and now the company has began shipping them. The DIR-685 features a built-in draft N Wi-Fi module that allows it to communicate with network attached storage devices.

But that isn’t all it does. That 3.2 inch LCD screen will play streaming video or you can use it as a digital photo frame. If you like stats, it will display status information in graphs and gauges too. Like weather, but don’t have any windows to look outside? You can program the screen to display weather forecasts and other live internet content. This router does a lot.

Netgear unveils Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB

Posted in Netgear by Shane McGlaun on October 5th, 2009

netgearrangemax-sbIt used to be that the wireless router only did one thing and threw in a few wired ports for computers close to the hub. Today the wireless router is becoming a converged device that serves multiple purposes. Netgear has announced a new router called the Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB model number WNR3500L.

The router has gigabit ports on it for fast wired connections and has a single USB port on it. The USB port will allow you to share USB peripherals with the wired and wireless network including hard drives and other devices.