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Router roundup

Stay connected at home and at work with these sleek yet powerful routers.
By KC Calpo |

 

Much has been said about the why’s and how’s of keeping an online presence and using web-based systems, but not too much about the devices that enable them. Here are four routers that put you online and keep you connected, whether for business or leisure.

 

Linksys E4200

Dual-Band N Router

This thin router may be marketed primarily for home use, but businesses with small offices can also take advantage of the E4200’s powers. It can accommodate computers and tech toys alike, offers a wide coverage, and provides excellent network protection. Your employees might be tempted to bring their gaming consoles and TVs to max out the E4200—be ready to implement new company rules.

Tech specs: Simultaneous 2.4Ghz and 5GHz frequency bands, up to WPA2 security, 4 Gigabit

ports, Cisco Connect Software, Windows and Mac compatibility

Price: Upon inquiry

 

ASUS WL-330N3G

6-in-1 Wireless N Mobile Router

Not all routers come in black and remain in the office premises. If you’re mobile and in a sharing mood, hook up your electronic devices to the ASUS WL-330N3G mobile router. It packs quite a punch—with six roles (router, access point, repeater, Ethernet adapter, hotspot, and 3G sharing), a fast and easy setup process, and a size trumping that of a credit card, this little white device is a true winner.

Tech specs: 2.4GHz frequency, network encryption, firewall/filtering/authentication features

Price: Upon inquiry

 


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