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Asus WL-330NUL travel router: The world's tiniest, temporarily...

The Asus WL-330NUL is even tinier than TP-Link's diminutive TL-MR3040. In fact, it's smaller than some USB thumb drives I've used. Its size and weight will tempt...

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Trendnet TEW-714TRU travel router: This device has one great...

You have to wonder why there are so many types of electrical plugs in the world. It's a pain in the neck that Trendnet remedies by providing three swappable plugs:...

   

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TP-Link TL-WR710N travel router: Featurific, but lacking...

TP-Link's TL-WR710N travel router is very similar to Netgear's PR2000 Trek, but in a slightly smaller form factor. Like the Trek, it can plug straight into an electrical...

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Netgear Trek PR2000 travel router: A little slower, but...

Netgear's PR2000 Trek travel router finished first in terms of range, and it placed a strong second in terms of throughput. It doesn't have as many features as some...

   

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D-Link DIR-510L travel router: Fast and flexible, this one's...

Most travel routers trail the market, supporting older standards and offering limited features. Few would say that about D-Link's DIR-510L (or the Wi-Fi AC750, depending...

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Tested: 6 new travel routers that can deploy a secure Wi-Fi...

If you need Internet access while you're away from your home or the office, you should carry a travel router in your bag. Free Wi-Fi hotspots are nearly always insecure,...

   

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TP-Link TL-MR3040 travel router review: It packs light

If you need to travel light, TP-Link's TL-MR3040 is one of the smallest, lightest travel routers I've tested. It's about one-third shorter than the D-Link DIR-510L...

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Linksys WRT1900AC Wi-Fi router: Faster than anything we've...

When Linksys first showed me a WRT1900AC prototype last year, I thought to myself, wow: I hope its performance lives up to its audacious looks. The good news is...

   

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Huawei chip partnership looks toward Ethernet hitting 400...

A demonstration this week by networking vendor Huawei Technologies and chip maker Xilinx signaled the optical industry's eagerness for 400-Gigabit Ethernet, a standard...

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Tested: We push six 802.11ac Wi-Fi USB adapters to the limit...

So you just bought a new 802.11ac router (after reading our grueling roundup, of course). Great! What kind of wireless adapter are you using to connect your client...

   
   
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Alcatel-Lucent 7750 Service Router: INPUT/OUTPUT MODULE...

Looking for routers that offer the scalability to extend your reach with cost-effective, feature-rich platforms that consolidate and deliver the business,...


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How to Build a New Kind of Network: Simpler, Smarter Networking...

This eBook looks at how Secure Vector Routing (SVR) provides native advanced network functionality, improving security, control, and agility.


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