Who says that draft 802.11n routers have to be expensive to deliver improved Wi-Fi performance? Our round-up of six popular products are all under $100 and some are surprisingly comparable to more expensive alternatives.
The Trendnet TEW-632BRP 300Mbps Wireless N Home Router has been added to the Wireless and Router Charts. The TEW-632BRP is Trendnet's entry-level draft 802.11n router.
Trendnet's 300Mbps Wireless N Gigabit Router is a slightly less expensive, separated-at-birth twin of the popular D-Link router.
There are many reasons to choose one gigabit switch over another. But performance isn't one of them.
TRENDnet today announced three printservers for USB multi-function printers.
The TE100-MP1U 1-Port USB Multi-Function Print Server, TE100-MP2U 2-Port USB 2.0 Multi-Function Print Server and TEW-MP2U 2-Port Wireless USB Multi-Function Print Server support printing from Windows XP, 2000, 2003 Server and Vista operating systems.
The wireless model connects to 802.11b/g wireless networks and supports 64/128-Bit WEP encryption & WPA-PSK security. The two-port models support network access for USB storage devices such as hard drives, flash drives and memory card readers.
All three models are available now. Estimated street prices are $60, $81 and $108 for the 1 port, 2 port and 2 port plus wireless.
If you're going to upgrade your LAN to gigabit, why not step up to the features that a "smart" switch offers? Craig Ellison digs into four examples of the current state of the Level 2 switch art.
Trendnet's high-end networked camera has a solid hardware design. But unfortunately, it is crippled by poor software and documentation. Craig Ellison reviews.
TRENDnet had announced the addition of the TPL-202E 85Mbps Powerline Fast Ethernet Bridge to its family of Powerline products.
The product is based on Intellon's HomePlug 1.0 plus Turbo technology and is compatible with HomePlug 1.0 compliant products.
The TPL-202E is available now at $45-$55 street pricing.
Craig Ellison reviews Trendnet's Bluetooth Skype speakerphone that doesn't quite sound as good as it looks.