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LinkSys WAG160N Modem Router
Review – Linksys WAG160N ADSL2 Modem Router
The Cisco Linksys WAG160N is an easy to use ADSL2 modem/router that allows a user to easily connect their home to the internet. It offers single band wireless connectivity for your WiFi devices (laptop, mobile phone, gaming devices) as well as four 10/100 Ethernet ports to allow you to connect wired devices to your home network as well. It’s an attractive and compact device that can be placed pretty well anywhere that may be convenient. With their latest round of consumer grade devices, Cisco have spent a lot of time and effort on a couple of key areas, those being...
Banish Wi-Fi Dead Spots For Good, With NETGEAR’s Latest Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender
Enjoy increased wireless coverage for video streaming, online multi-player gaming and more with the NETGEAR WN3000RP SYDNEY – 16 JUNE, 2011 – With the rapid expansion of internet connected devices in the home, Wi-Fi dead spots are the last thing you want when streaming a movie to your tablet, playing your Xbox, or downloading the latest Lady Gaga album to your smartphone. As a result, NETGEAR has today launched the new NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender (WN3000RP), making Wi-Fi dead spots a thing of the past. Increasing the coverage of your home network, the NETGEAR Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender works...
Elderly couple dancing
Internet Dating – Dos and Don’ts
The internet can seem like it’s a safe place to spend your time, and by and large, this is very true. But that’s because mostly, while you’re accessing the web, you are doing so from the safety of your living, dining or bed room. You’re safe there, and nobody can touch you. As an older person, you will have been through a number of phases of your life, and there’s a good chance that you will find yourself single, and on your own. Again, or maybe still. It doesn’t matter. First of all, try understand that this is not a...
Netgear N600 Modem/Router
Netgear N600 Wireless Router
The Netgear N600 is a wireless router that provides 4 ethernet ports, as well as wireless connectivity on both the 2.4 and 5.0 GHz bands. It seems to be a high quality router whose design should see it giving you good service in a number of different scenarios, and whether your upstream connection is ADSL, cable, or even fibre. While I have a minor issue with the layout of the user interface in the setup program, the actual setup of the modem was very easy, and well suited to a novice user. The setup process is well documented in the...
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