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  1. Belkin Pre-N Kit review

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    Fairly-uninspiring its looks might be, but there's much promise behind the trident prongs. Belkin was one of the companies that preached to us for ages about not subscribing to the philosophy behind accelerated wireless kits

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    Orb review

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    Orb isn't a gadget. It isn't a box. It's a web-based applicationthat gives you access to the digital media on your home computer via theInternet. In short, if you leave your PC on at home (and connected to your broadband)

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    Netgear DG834GT review

    Netgear DG834GT review

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    The Netgear DG834GT is a compact and simple box that offers an ADSLmodem, a router, four 10/100 BASE-T switches, a 108Mbps Super Gwireless access point and a firewall all in one package

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    Actiontec USB Internet Phone Wizard review

    Actiontec USB Internet Phone Wizard review

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    Actiontec has obviously spent as much time designing the manual as they have the device itself. The guide has lots of colour images, screenshots and simple sentences. You don't have to know your broadband from your Bluetooth to figure it out

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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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    Billion ADSL 5100S review

    Billion ADSL 5100S review

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    Perfect for the singleton with an irrational fear of war chalkers

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    Philips Streamium SL400i review

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    Middleware boxes designed to wirelessly stream media content from a PC to a TV are fast becoming essential accessories. A gaggle of IT companies have already shipped 802.11b and 802.11g boxes that can be quickly integrated into existing home WLANs.

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