Wednesday, Jun 19th
NETGEAR's M4100-D12G switch can do a few tricks, like routing, that other affordable smart switches usually can't perform.
TRENDnet's TEG-160WS is a decent 16 port Gigabit smart switch, but missing a few key features that even low-end products should have.
Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite will be lots of fun for networking pros and lesser-skilled tinkerers with lots of patience. But average consumers should steer clear.
TP-LINK's TL-ER6020 doesn't cost a bundle, but it delivers flexible, fast, dual-WAN VPN. With Gigabit ports, too!
For around $100, Lantronix' xPrintServer Home Edition can get your iPads and iPhones playing nice with your trusty old printer.
TP-LINK's TL-SG2216 costs less but delivers as much as other Layer 2 "smart" switches.
Actiontec and TRENDnet's new 500 Mbps Powerline AV adapters make a key spec tradeoff to achieve their tiny size and price.
NETGEAR's GS510TP packs plenty of PoE power to keep its eight Gigabit ports fully supplied.
NETGEAR shrank the size of its XAVB5101 500 Mbps HomePlug AV powerline adapter kit, but not its performance.
Updated - The Cisco RV042G finally brings Gigabit ports to Cisco's workhorse small biz VPN router.
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