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TRENDnet's been a trusted player in the wireless space for awhile now, and while they don't have the clout that D-Link and Linksys do, the TEW-691GR is still a unit worth looking at if you're hoping to bring a new router into your life. This new one is a 450Mbps Wireless N Gigabit router, and it's designed with gamers and transfer junkies in mind. A grand total of three antennas are included, all of which broadcast across the 2.4GHz spectrum. This three antenna layout provides Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology, which boosts wireless coverage, signal strength, and throughput speed. You'll also get four dedicated GigE ports on the rear for hooking up devices via wires, though the... Read more...
 TRENDnet Now Shipping the PC and Mac Compatible 300Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, announced the availability of the 300Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter, model TEW-664UB, which offers unsurpassed Dual Band Wireless N performance for both PC and Mac computers. Dual-Band technology enables users to network their computer to a wireless network using either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz radio frequency. Most wireless solutions on the market today use the 2.4GHz radio frequency. This includes new wireless n products, older wireless g and b solutions, cordless phones, cellular phones, and Bluetooth® devices. The crowded... Read more...
We’ve just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features, range, and performance of a couple of draft-N WiFi devices from TRENDnet.  The main focus of the article is the TRENDnet TEW-631BRP Firewall Router, but we used it in conjunction with a TEW-621PC PCMCIA adapter that brings 300Mbps wireless connectivity to any laptop.  By using these two pieces of hardware together in our test environment, we were be able to demonstrate the advantages of 300Mbps WiFi over 54Mbps as well as spotlight the installation and features offered by both... TRENDnet TEW-631BRP Router and TEW-621PC PC Card... Read more...
At this point in time, it's probably safe to assume that the majority wireless network users are outfitted with some type of 54Mbps solution.  First introduced in 2003, 802.11g has proven its worth as a solid wireless technology for both home and business users alike.  However, as technology advances and the demands for more bandwidth and improved range increase, a new solution is needed as 802.11g has essentially reached its peak in terms of features and capabilities. To help address the need for better security, longer range and more bandwidth, the powers that be have come up with 802.11n (draft) technology.  "Draft" indicates the technology is proven but has not completed the standardization... Read more...
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