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Netgear Intros Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Router

Posted in Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on June 26th, 2014

Netgear Nighthawk RouterNetgear announced their latest in Wi-Fi routers this week at the CE Week New York Event with the Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router. Aside from the cool new Batman-like appearance, the router features 3 bands and increased speeds, but the tri-band isn’t really an extension of the dual-frequency routers we’ve seen, as one might initially think.

The Nighthawk provides one 2.4GHz band and two 5GHz bands, where the 5GHz is actually provided as two separate bands. Newer, faster devices can connect on a higher-speed while older, slower devices can use a slower band and not interfere with others allowing the router to deliver higher speeds. Netgear states the router can deliver up to 3.2 Gbs if you combine all three bands. That would likely be in perfect conditions and circumstances, however the potential is there.

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Clear adds Mac-friendly 4G/3G modem, 4G routers

Posted in Modems by Conner Flynn on June 17th, 2010

Mac users have some good news today. Clear has announced some 4G networking hardware with a focus on Macs. The Sierra Wireless-made 4G+ Mobile USB is its first dual 3G and 4G modem that supports Macs and gives them an EVDO data connection fallback when 4G coverage is poor or non-existent. It will work with Mac OS X Leopard or later and will cost $115 outright or $6 a month.

The Spot 4G is a 4G-only mobile router for those who like to stay in Clear’s coverage. It shares WiMAX with up to eight other devices over W-Fi. The Spot 4G+ is just a rebranding of Sprint’s Overdrive with a 3G option and up to five devices sharing the network.

Cisco announces E-Series line of home routers

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

If you are ready to get in on some 802.11n action, then check this out. Cisco has announced the Linksys E-Series line of routers for your home, apartment, small business, or cave with an electrical outlet. They all feature the new Cisco Connect software, which has parental control and a separate password-protected guest network.

These good looking routers are priced between $80 and $180. Select models include Gigabit Ethernet, UPnP AV Media Server, external storage via USB, Linux, and more.

New Belkin Routers now have apps included

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2010

Everything comes with apps these days, so why should your router be any different? Belkin is jumping on the app bandwagon by supplying apps with its new Play Max routers. The Belkin apps will help you do things like detect issues, play music or backup your data for you. The apps are accessible through the Belkin Router Monitor an on-screen network navigator.

For instance, the Memory Safe App can automatically back up photos and important files to an external hard drive attached to the router. There aren’t many apps at the moment, but they are available on the Belkin Play Max routers if your interested which start around $129.99

D-Link adds CAPTCHA anti-trojan security to routers

Posted in D-Link by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2009

D-Link adds CAPTCHA anti-trojan security to routersWe are all familiar with those annoying know captchas that can be found on sites all over the web. The idea is to make sure that you are human. Well, D-Link has added it to their latest router range. Yep. Routers with Captcha-capability built-in, hoping to prevent attacks from malware and spyware.

The new firmware will also also work with current models, where the distorted letters and numbers combination are added to common router settings pages. The D-Link router models that feature CAPTCHA include the DIR-615, DIR-625, DIR-628, DIR-655, DIR-825, DIR-855, DIR-685 and DGL-4500.

Belkin wireless router lets you attach USB storage

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4)Belkin’s got itself a new 802.11 wireless router in the line up as of yesterday with the ability to support attached storage. It is called the Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4) and you’ll find it pricing around $120.

The Belkin N+ Wireless Router (F5D8235-4), released in conjunction with the N+ Wireless USB Adapter (F5D8055) for wireless network expansion, allows you to connect via USB a storage device such as an external hard drive to provide a network storage solution.

Linksys debuts 802.11n dual-band home router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on July 3rd, 2008

Linksys WRT610N

Linksys “by Cisco” is out today with word of a new dual-n band wireless router targeted at those with home network wireless needs. It is called the Linksys WRT610N and pricing is set around $200.

Linksys says its new WRT610N is designed to deliver 802.11n support in both the 5GHz and 2.4GHz spectrums, establishing what is described as “two networks” to connect devices to. It is also provides “entertainment optimized networking,” meaning network performance priority is given HD video content and similar types of digital media.

D-Link debuts new 802.11n dual router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on June 24th, 2008

D-Link DIR-628

Another 802.11n wireless router is set to debut from the networking folks over at D-Link. This one is the D-Link DIR-628 and it will price somewhat cheaply at around $120.

The D-Link DIR-628 offers dual band 802.11n Wi-Fi technology with selectable 2.4GHz or 5GHz connectivity options, according to D-Link. D-Link has also built into this router technology which will supposedly prioritize network traffic so items like VoIP phone calls get the most bandwidth.

Digi reveals new “Wi-Fi to cellular access point” router

Posted in Routers by Nino Marchetti on March 27th, 2008

digiwipoint3g.jpgDigi International said today it is making available for purchase a new PC card based 3G cellular router with integrated Wi-Fi access point. It is called the Digi Wi-Point 3G and it will run you around $485.

The Digi Wi-Point 3G is designed to act as a cellular hot spot, according to Digi, to provide “secure, high-speed Internet access to remote workgroups and devices.” It reportedly works with more cellular PC cards than any similar product, supporting over 40 PC data cards of this type.