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The D-Link DFE-910 Network In A Box Award Winning Performance By Jeff Bouton 6/12/2001 In the past, networking home computers together required the installation of a few network cards and a simple hub.  Usually, installing the cheapest 10Mbps network cards would be more than sufficient for file transfers and possibly sharing a modem with Internet Connection Sharing software.  With the ever growing popularity of broadband internet services, multimedia demands, and online gaming, users required a more robust solution for their networking needs. First came the introduction of 100Mbps Ethernet to the commercial market.  Once reserved for high end networking environments, Companies... Read more...
D-Link DHN-920 - 10Mb Phone Line USB Network In A Box  A Home Network For Dummies By Dave Altavilla - September 11, 2000   The proverbial "free lunch", this is what Home Networking really delivers to most people and what draws consumers down the isles of the retail store peering at boxes.  Let think about this for a moment.  Most households these days are quickly justifying the expense (if it can be afforded) of adding a second computer for the kids or possibly the spouse instead (in many cases ladies, I realize there may be a fine line between the two anyway).  Now, each one of these machines needs access to the internet and printer service.  The rest... Read more...
The D-Link DWL-920 Wireless Network Nice and Easy... By, Jeff Bouton March 14,  2001     Tonight we?ll be taking a look at the latest home networking product from D-Link Systems, Inc.  D-Link is one of the world's leading manufacturers of Networking, Connectivity, and Data Communications products.  Although they are mainly known for their commercial products, D-Link has also made a name for themselves in the Digital Home Connectivity market.  With a wide array of products available from standard Network Interface Cards to Switches and Hubs, D-Link has secured a solid share of  the home networking market.  D-Link has been successful competing with such... Read more...
The Linksys PS2KVMSK - KVM Switch Control 2 PCs With One Keyboard and One Mouse By Jeff Bouton - October 23, 2000   Normally, you find us reviewing the latest and greatest motherboards, video cards and hard drives.  However, today we?ll look at a product that has made quite an impression on this tester,  the Linksys PS2KVMSK   2-Port Compact KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse) Switch.         The PS2KVMSK is one handy device that?s a breeze to set up and has made life in the testing world a little easier.  The PS2KVMSK is a simple 2-Port Compact KVM Switch (PS/2) that doesn?t require any additional power adapter or software to run.   You... Read more...
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