A Buyer's Guide to 802.11n Routers

This guide offers tips and advice on just about everything you need to know before choosing a 802.11n router for home or SMB networking.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jun 8, 2010
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Routers from Asus, Belkin, Buffalo Technology, D-Link, Linksys, and Netgear all keep PCs, modems, hard drives, and printers online. When shopping for a router, what you will need to know are the different features available to you. This Information Week offers tips and advice on buying 802.11n routers.

"Buffalo Technology is known for its wide line of NAS or USB storage products. Its Linkstation Mini is almost a staple for networks confined to small physical spaces -- like college dorm rooms.

"It's less known for its routers. No surprise, since for a while, the company was legally enjoined from selling them in the U.S. With that situation now cleared up, take a close look at the Nfinity WZR-HP-G300NH.

"Don't have a flat surface near your PC? Not a problem for the Nfinity WZR-HP-G300NH. Despite its obvious need for a shorter name, the router will mount vertically or horizontally on a desk, or can hang from a wall. The only concern is whether the mounting orientation will let you reposition its dual antennas."

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