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  1. Buffalo AirStation 1750 review

    Buffalo AirStation 1750 review

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    Buffalo eases us into next-generation 802.11ac wireless with an accomplished router. But how does the new tech work?

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    Buffalo LinkStation Mini 1TB review

    Buffalo LinkStation Mini 1TB review

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    When Buffalo visited the TechRadar offices to show off this product its representatives confessed that they didn’t quite know who would buy the LinkStation Mini. A squashed down version of the company’s very successful LinkStation Live range, the Mini packs in two 500GB 2.5-inch laptop hard drives in a fanless casing.

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    Buffalo WLE-MYG AirStation 5.4dBi review

    Buffalo WLE-MYG AirStation 5.4dBi review

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    If you want to extend your network to a single direction, the WLE-MYG is a directional antenna that's cited to increase wireless range up to two times. We used it with several 802.11g routers and found the range improved drastically...

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    Buffalo Nfinite WZR-G300N review

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    The first thing you'll notice about the Buffalo Nfiniti is how cheap it is. Buffalo has used the Broadcom Intensi-Fi chip in its Nfiniti router to dynamically combine two 20MHz channels in the 2.4GHz range to give a wide 40MHz channel...

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    Buffalo Nfiniti Router WZR-G300N review

    Buffalo Nfiniti Router WZR-G300N review

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    Buffalo certainly seems to pride itself on being one of the first networking companies to hit the market with new technologies, thanks to a close relationship with Broadcom.On a performance front, the Buffalo kit was reassuringly solid in all conditions.

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    AirStation Nfiniti WZR-G300N review

    AirStation Nfiniti WZR-G300N review

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    Basing any piece of technology on draft specification is risky, particularly when it's not due for final ratification until the summer of 2007. But Buffalo isn't worried

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