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  1. Linksys EA6900 review

    Linksys EA6900 review

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    When we looked at the preceding EA6500, it was one of the first draft 802.11ac routers to fall into our hands. Fast forward 14 months and 802.11ac is still not finalized.

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    Linksys EA6500 review

    Linksys EA6500 review

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    If you were around for the 802.11n multi-draft incompatibility débâcle in the mid-2000s, then you'll be rolling your eyes to hear, if you haven't already, that all the networking companies are currently rolling out Draft 2 802.11ac kit.

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    Linksys EA4500 review

    Linksys EA4500 review

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    The Linksys EA4500 isn't like a normal router. It's more like a glimpse at the future of networking.

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    Linksys DMA2200 review

    Linksys DMA2200 review

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    Linksys, a division of Cisco Systems – the supplier of just about everything technical at Jack Bauer’s CTU (and don’t we know it) – has released the first official Media Center extenders in the UK (Xbox 360-excepted) and the DMA2200 is unique in that it also contains an upscaling DVD player.

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    Linksys PLK200-UK review

    Linksys PLK200-UK review

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    The appearance of the PLK200-UK system indicates that it is manufactured by a networking company rather than a consumer electronics company such as, say, Apple or Sony.

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    Linksys Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 review

    Linksys Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 review

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    Providing a network bridge between an external disk and a home network is a welcome idea, offering anyone who has already invested in one or more USB storage devices a way to network their files, but Linksys' Storage Link is badly conceived

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    Linksys Kiss1600 review

    Linksys Kiss1600 review

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    Other than the Xbox, which is really designed as a games machine, this is the only streamer to include a DVD drive. The drive is locked to region 2, but it's an interesting addition and the Linksys Kiss 1600 upscales your DVDs to 720p and 1080i

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    Linksys WAG354G review

    Linksys WAG354G review

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    Linksys' 802.11b/g ADSL router has been through a few changes, rather like the Netgear DG834G. It has become more reliable with progressive firmware updates, and has also changed colour and shape...

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    Linksys WRT350N ver.2 review

    Linksys WRT350N ver.2 review

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    Linksys has used this distinctive router casing in a number of models and we saw it a few months back in the WRT300N. Thankfully, the colours have been toned down, so the casing is black with silver trim.

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    Linksys WAG-325N review

    Linksys WAG-325N review

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    With the news that Linksys as a brand has been killed off by owner Cisco, it's a somewhat hollow final outing for the latest of its multi-function wireless modem/routers. The WAG-325N is about as uninspired as its corporate blue and black outer shell

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    Linksys WAG325N ADSL2 plus review

    Linksys WAG325N ADSL2 plus review

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    The Linksys WAG325N ADSL2 includes an ADSL modem, so if you make a £20 allowance for the modem, this is one of the cheapest routers around. This, you might think, is a good thing, but the stylists have conspired to make the Linksys look cheap and nasty

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    Linksys WRT300N review

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    There's no missing the three antennae that sit on top of the Linksys WRT300N router. Two are conventional sticks, while the middle one looks like it was stolen from the head of Dr Who's sidekick, K9.

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    Linksys WRE54G Wireless-G Range Expander review

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    Compatible with both 802.11b and g, the WRE54G Range Expander is undeniably a simple solution toad range to your network. It's one of the only examples of such kit on the market, too.

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    Linksys WAP54GPE review

    Linksys WAP54GPE review

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    Standard 802.11g wireless access points shouldn't be worthy of interest now that we're mere months away from seeing 802.11n specified devices. Even so, this half metal, half plastic box offers two key and compelling functions

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    Linksys Range Expander review

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    One of the most common problems with wireless networking is the lack of range provided by many access points. Manufacturers are continuing to innovate in this area, but it's something that often can't be helped

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