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Brace yourself for this one, folks: The HDX-B101 powerline networking hardware actually delivers on its performance claims. Take a moment to breathe.
The bottom line is that the HDX-B101 is fast enough to stream video—even high-definition video—from your media server to your living room.
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Netgear's WNR854T commands a $10 premium over Linksys' WRT300N, a cost that's easily justified by the former products' features and performance.
If you insist that your high-tech gear look the part, you'll dig the paddle-shaped antenna on Linksys' WRT300N.
Belkin picked Atheros' XSPAN Draft 802.11n chipset for the N1, which we tested with the company's matching N1 Wireless Notebook card.
A big yellow button on the Nfiniti's box screams "Exceed Wireless Limits!" But in our experience, the only limit Buffalo managed to exceed is the one governing hype.
Say goodbye to slow network speeds as you blaze by with the Powerline's extreme 85 megabit data transfer rate.
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Pricey doesn't always mean performance, and Netgear's wireless router falls short on both counts.
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