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Got range? Amped Wireless does. The networking company just introduced what it's calling the "industry's most powerful dual-band Wi-Fi Repeater," enabling users to have Wi-Fi waves extended in range up to 10,000 square feet. The SR20000G High Power Wireless-N Gigabit Dual Band Repeater is quite the mouthful, but it's also quite potent. This new universal range extender allows a wireless network to be expanded by repeating, amplifying and rebroadcasting the signal from any existing wireless router. It's said to be the first repeater to include 5 gigabit networking ports for connecting PCs, A/V devices... Read more...
A company called Amped Wireless (which has no affiliation with PepsiCo's Amp Energy drink) has rolled out a new flagship, high-performance, long range router -- the R20000G High Power Wireless-N Gigabit Dual Band Router. Amped Wireless believes the R20000G is best suited for large homes and offices where up to 10,000 square feet (or a quarter of an acre) of coverage is needed. That's the size of a baseball field, folks. "Amped Wireless has continued to make strides in the industry with our innovative power amplifying technology and design," stated Jason Owen, president and CEO at Amped Wireless.... Read more...
Need speed from your router in the worst way? Buffalo has you covered. The company has just released the new AirStation WZR-D1800H wireless router and WLI-H4-D1300 wireless media bridge, both of which are available now. Based on Broadcom's 5G WiFi chips, both of 'em offer speeds up to three times faster than 802.11n and are fully backward compatible with 802.11a, 11b, 11g and 11n to ensure interoperability with legacy devices. You may have heard of 802.11n, but 802.11ac is clearly what's next. It operates in the largely clutter-free 5GHz zone, offering transfer speeds up to 1300 Mbps, ideal for... Read more...
Netgear today introduced the availability of what it claims is the world's first 802.11ac Wi-Fi router. It's the Netgear R6300 and it's an 802.11ac dual-band gigabit Wi-Fi router with support for 5th generation (5G) Wi-Fi, and is also backwards compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n. Powered by Broadcom's 5G Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac chips, Netgear says its newest router is up to three times faster than today's 802.11n routers. It can hit speeds up to 1300Mbps on 5GHz and 450Mbps on 2.4GHz, and is loaded to the brim with features like ReadySHARE printer support, DLNA, parental controls, automatic Wi-Fi security,... Read more...
TRENDnet is already announcing its next-gen networking products, even though you won’t get to play with them until late this year (unless you’re at CES in a few days). The company’s 1300 Mbps Dual Band Wireless AC Router (TEW-811D), and 1300 Mbps Dual Band Wireless AC Media Bridge (TEW-800MB) utilize the new 802.11ac standard, which promises Gigabit WiFi capability. The router is dual-band, with a 1300Mbps band for high-performance applications and a 450Mbps 802.11n band for everyday networking. The accompanying media bridge supports up to four devices, and both devices feature... Read more...
A post-it sized router? Now that's something that'll pique our interest. ZyXEL has just released their MWT102 portable router/access point. The tiny, USB-powered device enables business travelers and other users to connect multiple Wi-Fi devices to the Internet from a single connection. It's said to be ideal for business travelers, who typically carry several mobile devices, such as a smartphone, tablet and laptop, and require constant Internet connectivity. The MWR102 also boasts dedicated LAN and WAN ports, so it may be used as a wireless access point in hotel rooms, conference rooms or other... Read more...
TRENDnet's got a new Powerline Adapter for the taking, and if you're tired of playing with a flaky Wi-Fi network (and don't feel like running miles of cable across your apartment), picking up the TPL-306E may be the best solution. It's one of the most compact Powerline adapters we've seen, plugging into a wallet outlet and using your home's power lines to pass along Internet signals. The bottom packs an Ethernet jack, enabling machines halfway across your home to plug into a hardline. Network one adapter to a router and plug another adapter into any outlet on the same electrical system for instant... Read more...
There's professional grade, consumer grade, and then there's ZyXEL, which seems to strike a balance between the two. The high-end networking company has just revealed their new NBG5715 dual-band wireless router, a "supercharged gateway" that doubles performance by creating two separate, concurrent networks. This enables consumers to browse the Internet over the standard 2.4 GHz band, while high-bandwidth, low-latency activities, such as streaming Internet movies or playing lag-free games online, can be performed over the 5 GHz band. The router also uniquely features two USB ports to accommodate... Read more...
There comes a point in the life of every laptop computer where an Internet connection becomes a necessity. It's all grown up. It's no longer just a viable option; it's a requirement. And TRENDnet is helping notebooks everywhere "get their grown-man on," with the shipment of the ultra portable 3G Mobile Wireless N Router, model TEW-656BRG. This device shares a single Internet connection from a compatible Sprint, AT&T, Verizon or other USB 3G / 3.75G USB modem with multiple users. The TEW-656BRG is one of the lightest and smallest 3G routers available; so small that it can slip into any laptop... Read more...
If we were ever looking to start up a router company, we'd probably call it Amped Wireless. Just seems to click, doesn't it? Too bad, though, because that company name is already taken. Amped has just unveiled the AP300 High Power Wireless-300N Smart Access Point for adding long range, high speed wireless access and additional wired ports for existing networks. It's said to be the first product of its kind to offer long range, high power, high speed Wi-Fi access, true plug and play installation and four (4) wired ports (PoE Ready) in a single networking solution.  The AP300 attaches to any... Read more...
If there's one thing that'll get one's attention, it's a snazzy tagline. And D-Link has one. The company has just released their new Amplifi family of home networking solutions, including the HD Media Router 1000 with HD Fuel (DIR-657) for managing high bandwidth HD traffic and streaming, the Whole Home Router 1000 (DIR-645) and Wi-Fi Booster (DAP-1525) with exclusive SmartBeam technology for pushing wireless signals into the farthest corners of homes to deliver whole home coverage, and PowerLine 500 products (DHP-500AV, DHP-501AV, DHP-540) for adding bandwidth over existing electrical wiring.... Read more...
Live streaming throughout the whole house? It's not a pipe dream, it's a reality. Between the Slingbox, modern day DVRs and home networking solutions, streaming music and video around the house has been possible via a variety of methods. But if you asked someone if anything like this was "easy," well, they'd probably confess that it's not. Motorola Mobility is looking to spark the next revolution in home video, with a new live streaming device for every single screen within the home. It's called the Televation, and it can securely stream subscription TV to IP devices connected within the home via... Read more...
Networking gear may not seem like the most thrilling topic at a glance, but how else would you be reading this right now? TRENDnet seems to be making a habit of producing unique networking gear, and the company's latest certainly fits that same bill. The newest router to come from 'em is also the first dual-band router to support 450Mbps on both bands. The 450Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Router, model TEW-692GR, is the first router to offer full 450 Mbps speeds on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless bands concurrently-for a total throughput of 900 Mbps. A popular Dual Band network configuration... Read more...
It's certainly not the most beautiful thing we've ever thought about putting in our networking cabinet, but then again, has networking gear ever been beautiful? TRENDnet has just released a new 450Mbps dual-band wireless N media bridge, with the first introduction occurring at Computex in Taiwan. The TEW-680MB networks computers, gaming consoles, televisions, and DVRs to the Internet with never before seen 450 Mbps wireless connection speeds. Four Gigabit Ethernet ports allow users to easily connect all networked media center devices to the Internet over a high performance network. It supports... Read more...
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