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D-Link DIR-412 3.5G Wireless Router announced

12/16/2009, D-Link has just announced the DIR-412 3.5G Wireless Router which allows users to connect to and share worldwide mobile broadband. This compact 3.5G router enables one to share a 3.5G Internet connection via a secure, high-speed wireless network whenever...

Qisda Multimedia Router

12/09/2009, Do you ever hang around your router and hope that it does something more than just give you a wireless network? Well, if you do, Qisda will probably want to make a sales pitch to you. It seems that a multimedia router from said company has hit the FCC,...

MacBook Crammed Into Router

12/09/2009, Most people who buy Macs are rather happy with the design; after all, Apple does put a lot of effort into making it look cool. That being said, a guy named Tyler scoured the Internet for MacBook parts, and somehow managed to cram it into the shell of an...

Planex CQW-MRB Wireless Router

12/07/2009, If you’ve been looking out for a new router, Planex has just released its latest autonomous router, the CQW-MRB, which is a router that supports wireless B, G and N, sporting a USB port as well. Thanks to the USB port, you’ll be able to...

ZyXEL MWR222 Mobile Wireless Router

11/11/2009, ZyXEL has announced its MWR222 Mobile Wireless Router, where this highly portable device enables individuals and business travelers to gain high-speed Internet access just about anywhere they are, subject to signal strength, of course. The rugged,...

Autonet routers from GM

10/29/2009, General Motors has announced that they will be offering dealer-installed Autonet routers in future SUV and truck offerings, following in the footsteps of Chrysler who got the whole thing going a year ago alongside Volkswagen who started doing so in August...

Novatel MiFi pocket router upgraded

10/05/2009, Novatel has just rolled out the MiFi pocket router alongside a bunch of upgrades that will enable support for a variety of apps.Some of these features include Eye-Fi and VPN utilities, where it will run on an applications processor found in the European...

D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 all-in-one router ships

10/05/2009, Long after CES is over, D-Link has started to ship its Xtreme N DIR-685 all-in-one router that debuted earlier this year in January. It will sport an integrated Wi-Fi N module within, letting you communicate with a variety of network attached storage...

Netgear Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB WNR3500L

10/05/2009, Netgear’s latest Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router is also known as the WNR3500L, where it will be compliant with the IEEE’s recently unveiled 802.11n standard. You will find a host of connectivity options here, including a quartet of...

Fon Fonera 2.0n router

09/24/2009, The new Fon Fonera 2.0n router is finally official, bringing 802.11n Wi-Fi speed to your network of computers. Owners will be able to work with the Fonera 2.0n router pretty quickly, where they can be up and about uploading content to Facebook, Flickr,...

Netgear RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router

09/02/2009, Netgear has unbeatable performance at the top of their list when they were busy working on the RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router, also known as the WNDR3700. This 802.11n router is able to offer Gigabit Ethernet (4 ports) and dual-band...

Sprint Cradlepoint MBR-1000 Broadband Router

08/06/2009, Sprint ensures you can keep yourself and a whole bunch of crazy friends connected to the Internet always (as long as there is a decent signal, of course) with the Sprint Cradlepoint MBR-1000 Broadband Router. Featuring support for 4G connectivity, this...

Internet Sharing Device Offers Energy Savings

07/02/2009, Original article by Zaher Karp on Matter Network a News Portal dedicated to Sustainability Wi-Fi lets you work around the house or check kitchen recipes, but it does have its issues. Wi-Fi was recently outed as being slowed primarily by interference...

Asus RT-N16 Wireless-N Gigabit Router

06/30/2009, Asus has just rolled out its RT-N16 Wireless-N Gigabit router that is tipped to offer up to 300Mbps maximum wireless throughput speeds, and this is a figure we’ll never get to see in real life usage unless the land you’re living in is called...