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1. Motorola Surfboard SB5100 Cable
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1. Motorola Surfboard SB5100 Cable Modem
by Motorola
list price: $149.99
our price: $67.44
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Asin: B00008Y1BX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 444
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

SB5100 SURFboard DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, NT, XP, Mac OS, Linux, and UNIX
  • DOCSIS 1.1 and 2.0 Certified
  • Integrated A-TDMA and S-CDMA technology--capable of providing up to 30 Mbps upstream data rate
  • USB and Ethernet connectivity
  • Front panel status LEDs and built-in HTML-based diagnostics for quick and easy troubleshooting

Reviews (64)

1-0 out of 5 stars be warned
Comcast came out to fix a problem back in December and didn't like my old 3 com? cable modem so they put 1 of these surfboard sb5100 cable modems in line. After having problems for an hour getting it to set up they finally left me with a working modem and I was happy, for a week or so anyway, then my connection was in and out and eventually went out completely in early January. We went through everything and determined the cable modem that they made me replace my old one with was bad so they gave me another one. That worked fine until about a week ago, say about May 12 and then my internet slowed way way down. Tests showed horrible results about 178 KB connections so I called comcast to see if the problem was on their end after making sure it wasn't my router, wouldn't you know, another cable modem gone, we reset it per comcast's request and it never worked again. Unfortunately, they gave us another of the same model which again gave me a major headache to register. It seems faster than the other 2 but I hope it lasts longer or I'll buy my own and you can bet it won't have motorola written on it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Speed, Baby Speed.
First Impression
by w0kie, May 17 '05

What a difference a day makes, twenty four little hours. Actually what a difference the Motorola SURFBoard SB5100 makes. Two to four little minutes to install and surf.

Here's the deal. My very old original rental modem RCA DCD105, then later purchased for a couple of hundred dollars has lately been having big time trouble staying on-line with Cox. My setup is my RCA cable modem feeds Internet to a linky which in turn feeds Internet to a couple of home PCs. Cox said their were no outages each time the RCA DCD105 lost it. I quickly did some research at http://www.broadbandreports.com/ and found that the Motorola SURFboard is a very popular cable modem. Then I researched the usual Internet sites for SB5100 reviews. Nearly all SB5100 reviews were good. Fortunately for me the SB5100 is on the Cox acceptable list. A big box store nearby had them in stock with a $20 mail-in-rebate. Don't you hate those mail in rebates. Oh well, they are better than no rebate or waiting for some time for the UPS truck to arrive.

Installation went like this. First I ran some speed tests with my old modem at http://www.easytel.com/speed/ The 50 K tests with the RCA ran 1.0, 1.1 and 1.1. The 100K tests with the RCA ran 1.4, 2.3 and 2.6. The 500K tests with the RCA ran 2.3, 2.7, 2.3. I then got Cox on the line and gave them the new customer S/N and HFC MAC ID. The Cox rep. told me that she would wait while I hooked up the SB5100. No problemo. I just hooked the new Motorola power cord with the inline brick. moved the linky CAT5 cable from the old modem to the new modem and finally hooked up the Cox cable coax. It took about 1 minute for the SB5100 to link up with headquarters. The Cox rep. thought I would have to reboot my computer but that wasn't necessary because the linky recognized the SB5100 immediately.

Now for the big first impression test. Back to http://www.easytel.com/speed/ - Hold on to your hats boys and girls. My 50K tests: 3.2, 3.3 and 3.2. My 100K tests: 3.9, 3.9 and 3.9. My 500K tests: 4.0, 4.0 and 3.7. This is on a standard plain vanilla cable modem subscription. During the call to Cox I did beg for some free speed but the rep. said she could lose her job if she gave that away. Well I'll never know if the rep. gave me more speed or the rep. didn't but I do know for a fact that I'm really happy with this speedy little black SB5100. If this baby will stay on line solidly for the next few days I'll be satisfied that it won't be necessary to call for service with the potential risk of a very big COX service call bill.

The orange Motorola cable box has the motto of "Always On, Always Connected." Well I'll soon find out if this is true.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works
What else can I say, I replaced a dead Toshiba with this modem and it worked fine out of the box. Probably took longer to go through the ISPs swap procedure than to install this device. So fra, so good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick and easy
Ordered the Moto to replace my 3 year old Toshiba that I bought from Cox (my cable provider).All I had to do was call Cox, give them the serial and MAC numbers they need, disconnect the Toshiba and connect the Motorola.I was in business in 5 minutes, tops.I am defintely NOT a computer guru, but it was as easy as a cheerleader at the drive-in.As I use a wireless gateway, and not a USB connection, I didn't even need to look at the enclosed CD. The only way it could have been easier would be if Motorola came and hooked it up themselves.Thumbs up!

4-0 out of 5 stars Wipeout
1st one i recieved didn't work. At least amazon took it back, so this should really be a review of the return process, which was stunningly prompt (i had the replacement unit within 24 hours). If you're in a hurry to get back online, my suggestion - given the number of first time failures listed - would be, seriously, order two, return one. ... Read more


2. D-Link DCM-202 USB/Ethernet Cable Modem, DOCSIS 2.0 Certification
by D-Link
list price: $79.99
our price: $60.79
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Asin: B0002JKGRQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 2615
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

DCM-202 Express EtherNetwork High-Speed DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem ... Read more

Features

  • Front panel LED indicator lights
  • Powered by TurboDOX bandwidth acceleration software
  • High-speed internet connectivity
  • DOCSIS 2.0 CableLabs certified
  • Automatic detection and installation wizard

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Blazing Speeds with Simple Install
As have most other people who reviewed this Cable Modem, I had a splendid time setting it up and getting it to work. Basically just plugged it in and it worked. :) OK so I had to call my ISP first and tell them I was going to do it, but after THAT, it was as simple as it gets. There are no extra ports to confuse you, the cables only plug into one place, and I don't see how you could mess this up. After plugging it in, it takes about a minute and all the LEDs go green and you are connected. No biggy.

5-0 out of 5 stars SCREAMS!!!!
Though not listed as one accepted by COX High Speed, I took a chance and got lucky. Boy did I ever!! With the rebate, this is less expensive than the other cable modem models and it gets the job done. Very easy hook up, Tech support needed a little from Cox....but found out very quick it was Cox's fault and not the modems. They fixed really quick on their side and off I was screaming down the broadband highway. Definitely a Great Choice!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Cable Modem!
I couldn't be more pleased with this cable modem.
I called up my ISP, told them I was switching modems from the one they gave me and this D-Link one and they asked for the MAC address and serial number, and said to plug it in after about an hour. They said to give the network time to add the modem to the network. An entire hour without Internet! AHHH! OK so I didn't have to be without Internet, but I was.

So after plugging in this modem it connected with the network rather quickly and I was able to use the Internet in less than a couple minutes. From then on I've been able to browse the Internet with no interuptions and I thank this D-Link cable modem for that.

5-0 out of 5 stars No problem with Cable ISPs anymore ...
I bought this modem at the same time there was a problem with Comcast customers, and I heard there were other ISPs effected as well.

But now that time has passed D-Link and the ISPs found a fix and all these modems should be working fine. I was on the trail end of the problem and I just had to bring the router in to have it "upgraded" and I brought it home and it worked fine.

The modem seems pretty stable, but I don't think I've ever had a cable modem that was not reliable. This one looks nice, doesn't take up much space and was easy to install. Basically you just plug it in and it works.

If you buy one of these to replace the cable modem you are "renting" from your ISP, then make sure you call your ISP in advance so that they know you are switching. This is usually because ISPs only allow cable modems on their network that they know about. And how they know about it is by entering in the serial number, or MAC address on the back of the router into their system. This tell their system to allow this device to connect to their network. I believe it is standard procedure, at least it was for Charter Communications in my situation.

Overall this modem works great and I'm glad I can save money by purchasing it myself.

4-0 out of 5 stars Possible problem for Comcast customers
I bought this cable modem when I moved into my new apartment because it would be cheaper than renting one from Comcast in the long run.Everything worked fine for about a month, but then I wouldn't be able to connect to anything outside of my local network.Comcast technical support said that from their end it didn't look like anyting was connecting to their network, and my router could release and renew its IP address, so that narrowed it down to the cable modem.Unplugging the modem and plugging it back in would make it work again for 30-45 minutes at a time, but it would cut out at random without warning.

I downloaded and installed new firmware from d-link's website that was specifically for Comcast customers and everything seems to be working ok again, but I know a lot of non-technical people who wouldn't be comfortable doing that.If you are a technically unsaavy person and use comcast, you may want to purchase another cable modem all together. ... Read more


3. Linksys BEFCMU10 EtherFast Cable Modem
by Linksys
list price: $99.99
our price: $66.49
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Asin: B00005T6GZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 694
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Are you ready to step up to high-speed broadband Internet? The EtherFast® Cable Modem with USB and Ethernet Connection from Linksys provides you with the perfect solution for a fast and easy Internet connection.

Now you can make the most of the Internet and cruise the Web at speeds you never imagined possible. Cable Modem Internet service means no more waiting for lagging downloadseven the most graphic-intensive Web pages load in seconds.

And if you’re looking for convenience and affordability, the EtherFast® Cable Modem with USB really delivers! Installation is quick and easy.

The Plug-and-Play EtherFast® Cable Modem with USB connects directly to any USB-ready PCjust plug it in and you’re ready to surf the Internet. Or connect it to your LAN using a Linksys router and share that speed with everyone on your network.

So if you’re ready to enjoy broadband Internet speed, then you’re ready for the EtherFast® Cable Modem with USB and Ethernet connection from Linksys. It’s the easiest and most affordable way to harness the full potential of the Internet.

  • With USB and Ethernet Connections, No Ethernet Card is Required
  • Up to 42.88 Mbps Downstream and Up to 10.24 Mbps Upstream, Two-way Cable Modem
  • Remote Monitoring (using SNMP) Allows Your MSO/Cable Internet Service Provider Access to Your Cable Modem Across the Internet
  • 10/100 Ethernet Connection
... Read more

Features

  • Fully compatible with Linksys routers to connect multiple computers to broadband internet
  • USB or Ethernet connection
  • Up to 42 Mbps download speeds, 10 Mbps upload
  • "Always On" connection; no more busy signals or timeouts
  • Vertical footprint makes positioning easy

Reviews (157)

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst buy ever!!
This modem is a piece of crap.I have comcast as my ISP and with this modem, I have to reset the modem at least once everyday.I used to lease a sb5100 , had no such problems.I wouldn't recommend this modem to anyonem, get a sb5100.

4-0 out of 5 stars if the lights are on, the internet works
I got the BEFCMU10 solely because of the promotion going on when I was ready to switch to HSI.I've used it with three operating systems--Windows ME, Windows XP, and Slackware (linux).Installation was perfect on both XP and Slackware.ME gave me a bit of trouble with the driver (this is usual for my ME, at least--that's why I run Slackware on that machine now), but it wasn't too bad.Just walked through the driver installation process a couple of times and then it took.I've used it with the USB connection the most, simply because that's the cable I had handy when I was setting it up, but I've recently hooked it up via Ethernet, and it works fine, too.I haven't noticed any difference in speeds either up or down since changing to Ethernet.The modem's been reliable--the only connection problems I've ever had were my ISP's fault, not the equipment's.

5-0 out of 5 stars A GREAT PRODUCT!
I have an RCA cable modem with RCN as my ISP.A great service which I highly recommend. Needing to setup wireless at home, I bought the Linksys G-Router after purchasing an hp laptop. I got it to work with no problem but then I experienced frequent bandwidth loss and constant connectivity issues with the other pc's on my network.I wrongly thought that it was the router.Fool that I was! After countless attempts at recycling the modem and WPA keys etc., I finally figured out that the modem could not support the wireless router. I also discovered the modem had a short, plus RCA no longer carried it and the thing was ugly, taking up space.

I've since gotten the Linksys Modem (BEFCMU10) and stacked it with the WRT54G router and it works fantastic!!!Be sure to call your ISP with the modem's MAC address and/or serial# to get online.YOU WON'T get connected otherwise. My ISP had me up and running within 5 minutes.Also some ISP's give you a discount if you supply your own modem.Check it out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Working great with Comcast
After discovering our DSL connection had been degraded by new construction in the area it was time to try cable. We were near the limit for DSL any way but then, after some new construction increased our loop length, our DSL service was downgraded to 384k (download). A quick check of monthly service fees and it was clear cable modem service was a better deal. For us, cable service is $20 a month less and, as it turns out, the speed of cable is almost 10x faster.

Like other reviewers I decided to purchase a modem instead of rent. I checked the Comcast list of approved modems and noticed that this Linksys BEFCMU10 was on the list. I made sure to purchase a V3 model. I liked the idea of being able to stack it with my Linksys wireless router. I read elsewhere that some have had compatibility problems with other Linksys products but I had no such problems.

After calling Comcast to give them the MAC address and the serial number (both clearly printed on the modem's underside label) I was up and running. I had zero problems getting this modem connected and working.

I elected to self install with Comcast which means they send you a kit that contains a splitter to add to your home's cable input and a couple of cables. It is important with all cable modems to provide them with the strongest signal strength possible. This means you need to install the modem with nothing else "ahead" of it on the cable coming into your house. This means you should install the splitter as close to the source (where it comes into your house) as possible. If signal strength becomes an issue you can purchase signal amplifiers to boost your video signal to your TV's, etc., but a decent one with adjustable gain costs as much or more than this modem.

With a good strong signal this modem works perfectly. It stacks neatly onto an existing Linksys router too. The build quality is typical Linksys which I consider quite good for comsumer level gear. My only regret is that we did not switch sooner.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very easy to set up
I bought this so I don't have to rent my modem from the cable company anymore.After reading reviews online I made sure I bought the version 2.It seems earlier versions had some kinks.Well, from my experience, they seem to have worked out all the kinks for this version.

This modem was a snap to set up.I called the cable company and provided them with the MAC address (& the serial #, though I'm not sure why they needed that) and as soon as they had the MAC address in their system I was up and running.It is working well so far.

It has a coaxial cable input and for outputs you can use either a USB or an ethernet cable connection.The front of the unit has 5 LED's that indicate (1) power (2) cable (3) link/account (4) send and (5) receive.

The power and cable lights stay lit when the modem is operating.The link/account blinks, which I guess means it has a connection with my account information at the cable company.The send and receive lights blink when the modem is passing data.While all these details may seem an afterthought it was comforting to know the modem was sending and receiving data when I first went to set it up and when I was troubleshooting (see below).My old modem, a Toshiba, only has one blinking light for the data stream and you don't know exactly what that means.Here the send light blinks first and then the receive light blinks when a response comes.When the modem is operating, this happens constantly and much quicker than I describe it.

The only problem I had was when I connected this to the Linksys wireless B router.While the box says the modem works "seamlessly" with other Linksys products, that wasn't the case initially.It was the router's fault though, because the modem operated perfectly everytime I connected it to my computer (a Mac btw, not a PC) instead of the router.In the end it just took some time, about a few hours I think, before the router could broadcast correctly.

The lights were especially useful when I was troubleshooting the router.This seems obvious but my computer picked up the router signal the moment I connected it to the modem, but I couldn't connect to the internet.The send & receive lights didn't blink, while the others were lit, so I knew there was a problem with passing the date back and forth.When the connection finally worked through the router, the lights started up again as they did when I first set up the modem.I've had problems with this router in the past so it was helpful to know it was operating correctly simply by looking at the lights on the modem.Too bad the router can't show that on its own.

Overall, this modem is a breeze to set up and is a smart purchase.At $70 it will pay for itself, vs. renting the $5/month modem from the cable company, in just over 1 year.Add to that a quality modem that hasn't needed reboots, unlike the Toshiba RCN was renting me, and the reason to purchase this modem couldn't be clearer:you save money and you get a better connection from the get-go. ... Read more


4. TRENDware TBW-101UB Bluetooth USB Adapter
by Trendware International
list price: $22.99
our price: $23.74
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Asin: B0000BVV37
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Trendware International
Sales Rank: 1122
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

TRENDnet's TBW-101UB Bluetooth USB Adapter allows you to make short-range wireless connections between your computer and Bluetooth enabled devices. ... Read more

Features

  • Uses 2.4GHz ISM frequency band with Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) standard
  • Allows any computer with USB connections to become a Bluetooth enabled computer
  • Compliant with USB 1.1 Specification
  • Enables computers to connect to Bluetooth printer and Bluetooth enabled mobile devices (PDA and mobile phone)
  • Compatible with Windows 98,ME,2000,XP

Reviews (25)

1-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Did Not Work!
This must be a "hit or miss" adapter because except for the review by Mina2k2 most everybody dislikes it. In my case getting it to work for a Pocket PC PDA (HP IPAQ 2215) or a Nokia 3650 was impossible. After five different tries with loading and unloading software from my P4 computer I gave up! I also notice that Trendnet's web site has two models of this unit named "old" and "new" in the software download area, totally confusing. Also noticed that this is the cheapest Bluetooth adapter available on the internet sites, must be a reason for this!

1-0 out of 5 stars Worked for six months, then broke.
The light still goes on, but my computers no longer see the device. $30 down the toilet.

2-0 out of 5 stars Terrible
I mean i got it to work somehow but definitely NOT satisfied. it is not Windows digitally signed so it gives you problems. For example when the device is plugged i can't use my usb keyboard. i have to unplug it (not only shut off, it has to be physically disconnected)...

i emailed the tech support about it and unless they solve the problem by tomorrow, i am returning it and getting a windows compatible one. i mean it works with windows (i have XP pro SP2) but not good... spent the entire day with this problems...

pay $15 more and get a good one!!! i hope tech support will solve it but i doubt it cuz i think if they could they would have done it already...

3-0 out of 5 stars Some big problem.
This Bluetooth/USB adapter has a big problem, and I can think in 4 possibilities:

1 - It's not full compatible with WinXP SP 2;
2 - It's not full compatible with Nokia PC Suite;
3 - It's not full compatible with Nokia 6255 mobile;
4 - It's not full compatible with USB interface.

I conclude this because I just can't transfer more than 3 or 4 Mb before it freeze. And I have to reboot the Bluetooth of the mobile or the Windows, and even so it not always come back to work. So if I want to fill my 128 Mb MMC in my Nokia 6255 mobile with mp3, I have to do 25 transfers and 25 boots in my system. So if you use some of the above products, don't buy this Bluetooth, try something else. By the way, some times the windows will not even recognize it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works well
Works great straight out of the box. Easy to install. I use it to hook up my Bluetooth headset to my PC. Works just fine for this. ... Read more


5. Motorola SURFboard® Wireless Cable Modem Gateway (SBG900)
by Motorola

our price: $112.99
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Asin: B0001MQSB2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 10661
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

When you combine a modem and wireless access point in one easy to install unit, it's easy to network all the computers, peripherals and game consoles in your home or small office. You'll soon have everyone sharing a single broadband Internet connection - along with files and pictures - behind the safety of a commercial-grade firewall.Always on and always connected, the SBG900 offers a fast Internet connection, a secure network, and the convenience and flexibility of wireless Internet access - all in one!You'll surf the Internet at speeds up to 100 times faster than a traditional analog modem. And whether you're online, doing homework, or working on important files, 802.11g wireless technology means you're not tied down with wires. Roam throughout your home or office - and even take your laptop computer out in the backyard (up to 1312 feet) - without losing your network connection. At the same time, the commercial-grade firewall will keep hackers and viruses from attacking your network. ... Read more

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars Hate It!
No range.I'll try the Pringles cantenna to increase range.Motorola should go back to the drawing board on this junk.I should have known this compact machine was too good to be true.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stinker
We bought this product based on reviews by current owners. BIG mistake! This hideous monstrosity has no range (it has a three inch non-removable antenna).Unless your home is the size of a matchbox with no walls you will have nothing but dead spots.It is constantly losing the connection.Ergo, we constantly have to request our cable ISP to reset the connection.We contacted Motorola and were advised to do the following:
Purchase a wireless router, a wireless access point and booster antennas to cover our home.Unbelievable given that this machine is touted as an all in one solution, and an expensive one at that!Bottom line on this product...an expensive piece of plastic. You work hard for your money.Consequently, do not waste it on this stinker. Motorola should stick to cell phones!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works like a champ out of the box!
I don't know what the other reviewer did, but this thing works great, right out of the box! It was a no brainer. I traded in a Lynksys modem and Netgear WiFi router. THAT combo wouldn't let me videocam. This Motorola does!

But this Motorola was a much cheaper option, works with Comcast and supports webcams with no additional setup. I'm so glad I got it and HIGHLY recommend it. It's cheaper and takes up less space if you need to purchase both a modem and WiFi router. It was SO easy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great...When it decides to work
constantly loses it's connection forcing a reboot of the modem.the gateway (router) portion is also tempermental.Wireless funtions work fine as long as the modem and gateway are functioning, but that isn't often.

Tech support is not fast or very accurate either. I'd stay away from this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Space saver
Why buy modem and router when U can have them both in one box ?? - it`s great space saver :) - i`v got very good signal in every place of my house - even outside. I can strongly recomend this item. Work perfect witch my build in wireles card in my laptop.
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6. SOCKET COM SDIO IN-HAND SCAN CARD ( IS5300-464 )
by Socket Communications Inc.

our price: $156.12
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Asin: B0000ANEX1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Socket Communications Inc.
Sales Rank: 22361
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Product Description

Decodes most popular bar codes, Battery friendly design, , ... Read more

Features

  • Automatically decodes the most popular bar-code symbologies, including UPC, EAN, Code 39, Code 128, Interleaved 2 of 5, and Code 93
  • Integrated card and scanner plugs into the SDIO Card slot of your Palm PDA or Pocket PC--no battery required
  • Compatible with Palm OS 4.1+ and Pocket PC 2003 with SDIO Now! software; Pocket PC's SDIO slot must support input/output
  • 1-handed operation with PDA improves efficiency; LED light source poses no safety or health hazards
  • Uses state-of-the-art linear CMOS image technology, the smallest bar-code scan engine available

7. Adsl Mdm/rtr/gtwy 802.11G
by Zoom

our price: $84.83
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Asin: B0008EWS94
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Zoom
Sales Rank: 23485
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Product Description

Zoom Telephonics (5590-00-00) ADSL MDM/RTR/GTWY 802.11G ... Read more


8. D-Link DSL-G604T Wireless ADSL Modem w/ 4-Port Router 802.11g, 54Mbps
by D-Link Systems, Inc.

our price: $142.99
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Asin: B0006GDCL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 7134
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Product Description

D-Link (DSL-G604T) 802.11G ADSL MODEM W/4-PT ENET ... Read more


9. D-Link DHP-100 Ethernet to Powerline Bridge Adapter
by D-Link
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B000088NO7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 10019
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

D-LINK DHP-100, ETHERNET TO ... Read more

Features

  • Dimensions:3.74" x 2.36" x 1.57"
  • Up to 14 Mbps
  • Operating System/Platform Independent
  • Plug & Play Installation
  • Data Port: RJ-45 for Ethernet CAT 5 cable

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars If your having problems check the polarity of your outlets
I've played around with a few homeplug type products.The D-Link is generaly above average, but maybe not as solid as the Netgear product.

When I received the product I had mixed results depending on which outlet in my house it was plugged into.Turns out that the "problem" outlets had the wire connections reversed, so the polarity was wrong.Once the problem was corrected these plugs worked as well as the rest in my house (If you don't know what you doing get a qualified electrician to check and fix the outlet.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome !!!
DHP100 is simply awesome. Plugged one into my router the other into my 2nd computer. It was running in 2 minutes. Did not even have to configure the system. Internet/networking works as well as it does with my other computers using Cat5 cable. I would highly recommend this product. I went with this vs wireless as I have a large house and was pretty sure there would be bad spots with the wireless. Simply awesome.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
I am pleasantly surprised that these really work very well!

I connected two rooms that are not even on the same circuit (though same circuit breaker box).I just plugged them in and the setup was complete. D-Link also did a good job by making the ethernet port completely auto-sensing so you dont even have to figure out whether to use a cross-over cable or not.

Thanks to this unit I was able to move the wireless router to a place that gives far better coverage.

1-0 out of 5 stars Completely Unrecognizable to Network--No Plug & Play
I ordered two of these units and they were absolutely inert.The network didn't see them and that was that.Tech support might have been helpful but there didn't seem to be any in the hours I tried.I saw a very positive review and that's why I ordered them, but I'd advise to avoid.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product to increase your wireless range
I bought two of these to expand my wireless range in my house.My wireless router was in a room that was not centrally located because I wanted to hardwire my desktop computer to the router but use my laptop wirelessly.I had awful connection in my living room.

I had been looking for a month or so for a good solution to move my wireless router to a more central location in my house and came across this Powerline technology.I had read an article in the May 2004 SmartMoney magazine discussing using the Powerline technology to put another wireless router on the first floor of a house to use as a bridge.The author was having the same problems I was with bad wireless connections in his living room.

So, I spent some time looking at different products and came across this DLink product.I liked it because it was an all-in-one that I could plug into the wall and it was a reasonable price.Other similar products have a box that plugs into the wall with a wire...kind of looks like a router.I liked the ones that just stayed on the wall in the plug.I bought two.

I moved my cable modem and wireless router into my bedroom and plugged one of the DLink DHP-100s in that room...I plugged the other DHP-100 in my office and connected that one to my desktop computer.I was up and running in seconds...no drivers to install...everything worked right out of the box!The only software that comes with the products is a utility software for monitoring the Powerline network and to use the encryption software.

The only hiccup I had was really slow connections on my desktop after installation.So, I moved the DHP-100 in my bedroom to another wall outlet and boom! I had 9-11 Mbps data transfer rates.I can not explain why the first wall outlet was not good, but am happy to report the other one is just fine.I have no speed issues any more on my desktop and my network is working just fine.

Since I moved the wireless router, my wireless throughout my hosue is much better and I am no longer having any issues!What a great solution to not have to run a bunch of wires and spend all kinds of money on bridges and wireless expanders!
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10. D-Link DSL-504T ASDL Modem with 4 Ethernet Ports
by D-Link Systems, Inc.
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B0006GDCI0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems, Inc.
Sales Rank: 11773
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Product Description

D-Link Cable/DSL Router with Built-in 4-Port Router D-Link, an industry leader in networking, introduces the DSL-504T, an ADSL router modem combining both an ADSL modem and a network router in one unit, bringing high-speed Internet connectivity to a home or office.The DSL-504T uses ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) technology for Internet connection speeds of up to 150x faster than dial-up, while using a standard phone line. With broadband, experience faster Web surfing or quicker downloads.With a built-in 4-port switch, up to four network-ready computers or devices can simultaneously be connected to the DSL-504T for access to the Internet.The router functionality on the DSL-504T ADSL Router Modem includes support for VPN pass-through of multiple concurrent IPSec and PPTP tunnels, making it especially useful for telecommuters or users who need a more secure way to communicate and transmit information.A simple configuration tool and a Web-based user interface allow you to easily modify settings to connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This Web interface also provides traffic statistics, connection speed, and other detailed information. ee ... Read more


11. Belkin Bluetooth PDA and PC Adapter Combo Card(F8T006-PC)
by Belkin Components

our price: $63.17
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Asin: B00012ORPQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 2290
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Product Description

BELKIN COMPONENTS (F8T006-PC) BLUETOOTH COMBO CARD(F8T006/F8T007) ... Read more

Features

  • Works with any device enabled with Bluetooth v1.1 technology
  • Adds Bluetooth wireless technology to your PDA or notebook computer
  • Offers built-in security using 128-bit encryption and authentication
  • Provides effortless wireless communication among computing devices and peripherals
  • Keeps your notebook or PDA batteries running longer

12. Asante AL5403-XG 802.11G Cardbus 54MBPS Pc/mac
by Asante
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00019FW9O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Asante
Sales Rank: 2002
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The AeroLAN adapter fits Apple PowerBook 15” (“Ti Book”), PowerBook G3 and most Windows laptops with an available 32-bit CardBus slot. ... Read more

Features

  • Interface: PCMCIA
  • Device Type: Wireless Adapter
  • Wireless Data Transfer Rates: 54 Mbps
  • Wireless Indoor Range: 50 Meters
  • Wireless Outdoor Range: 100 Meters

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Deal!
This is so cool. I have an 867MHz TiBook and the cheapo wireless PC card I had broke. So I came across the Asante AL5403-XG. What first got me was the promise that it is supported under OS X. And it is. I'm running 10.4 and it acts just like an Airpot Card. Seamless.

It was only AFTER I ordered it that I noticed that it is 802.11G. That makes the deal just that much sweeter.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Airport subsitute!
This card works well for older Powerbooks. I have an older WallStreet powerbook, and this card is plug and play under OS 10.2.8. The security of this card isn't great (only operates under WEP security), but if you're on a small home based wi-fi network, this card serves the purpose admirably. ... Read more


13. SOCKET COM SDIO 56K MODEM CARD ( MO7200-558 )
by Socket Communications Inc.

our price: $85.73
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Asin: B000799LWM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Socket Communications Inc.
Sales Rank: 5045
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Product Description

Socket (MO7200-558) SD 56K Modem ... Read more


14. Belkin F8T030 Bluetooth Access Point with USB Print Server
by Belkin Components
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00008I9IR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 28614
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Transfer data between a Bluetooth-enabled computer or PDA and computers connected to the LAN via the Access Point (AP). ... Read more

Features

  • Works seamlessly from a desktop computer or PDA
  • Built-in security using 128-bit encryption and authentication, allowing you to securely access any Bluetooth device
  • Allows LAN printing through the included utility for Windows
  • Works with all Bluetooth v1.1 devices
  • Supports up to seven simultaneous users

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Range! Don't buy! You'll be sorry! I was!
The Belkin F8T030 has terrible range.It only worked at full speed when I held my Palm Zire 72 within 8 inches of the unit!It barely moved data at 5 feet and dropped out completely over 10 feet away.

I Returned it and bought an Anycom AP-2002 bluetooth access point.Both are supposed to be Class 1 radios but the Anycom is way better!It has 2 to 3 times the range of the Belkin.Ifyou screw up the settings you can do a full factory reset with out having to establish a connection first.With the Belkin, you have to be able to connect to it to reset it.

Even though the Anycom is better, Bluetooth still has quite a limited range.The Anycom is Class 1, but the Palm is not, and it is the limiting factor.When they say 300 feet, that is only if both ends are a Class 1 radio.When they say 30 feet for a Palm device, you can still connect at 30 feet, but the throughput is very very slow.

Practical distances with the Anycom seem to be around 10 feet and that is still slower than when you are right next to the access point.

I read some of the other negative reviews on the Belkin and thought it cant be that bad, but it was!Stay away, really!

1-0 out of 5 stars This product is not ready for public sale
The tech support was prompt and knowledgeable.The unit has good range which seems to be limitied more by the class of the PDA that is trying to acess it.

HOWEVER this product has a VERY serious design deficiency that makes it UNSUITABLE FOR USE at any price!!!!Belkin tech support has confirmed that there is no way to reset the unit to the original factory settings if you can not acess it via the built in web manager.Belkin tech support also confirmed that there is also a flaw in the unit that will cause some user passwords to not be accepted.Once this happens, this will essentially require returning the unit for complete replacement. I know of no other networking product that has such a serious design flaw (all other networking devices I am aware of have at least a reset button somewhere or a "power on" sequence to handle these inevitable situations).It also makes the unit unusable for any scenario where if you make a change to the settings, you can not afford to be without it for the time to swap it out.

An obvious problem for you, me and Amazon here!

1-0 out of 5 stars one tiny notch above junk
The F8T030 is one tiny notch above junk.I got it working as a wireless laptop-to-printer cable, but no thanks to the instructions, as it doesn't work at all if they are followed.The network access point function and the web manager won't activate without a pairing PIN, the instructions say nothing about pairing, no reasonable guess works, and there is no hardware reset or bypass.Phone service doesn't connect to a person; it asks you to leave a voice message and promises to get back within 48 hours; it has been 5 days.Buy ANYTHING else!

1-0 out of 5 stars Range is not good indoors but advertises 100m (fball field!)
I bought this device to communicate from any room in my house with my tungsten|w (which has its own issues).The devices will only connect in the same room.There are no wi-fi solutions for this palm, so I'm stuck.Technology is letting me down.I'm becoming Amish.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy F8T030
Buyer beware this is a useless product, if you set a password it locks you out even if you use the password you set, you can still Telnet into it but have to return the unit to Belkin for exchange, as Belkin support do not know anything about Telnet.
Belkin are a rubbish company who provide unuseable support and customer service not availible.
I have never used such a bad company this is my first and last belkin product you can not even configure the first client IP it gives out, so is useless in a network enviroment.

Bad product, bad company, bad support, you have been warned. ... Read more


15. Zoom V92 V44 Pci Internalcontrollerless Fax Modem
by ZOOM TELEPHONICS

our price: $34.29
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Asin: B00006BBFW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: ZOOM TELEPHONICS
Sales Rank: 14906
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Product Description

The Zoom/Modem V.92 PCI Model 3025 is a high-performance fax modem that plugs into a PCI slot of a Windows-based computer. The Model 3025's performance is enhanced by an on-board DSP (Digital Signal Processor) and ITU V.92 / V.44 standard compatibility. The Zoom/Modem V.92 PCI outperforms V.90 modems. ITU V.92 is a new standard for dialup modems. It, and its companion compression standard V.44, makes communications faster, easier and more enjoyable. The "automatic negotiation" or "handshake" at the beginning of a call can be over twice as fast with Zoom/Modem V.92 models than with V.90 modems. The new V.44 compression technology results in significantly faster Web browsing and download speeds. Upload speeds (before compression) with Zoom/Modem V.92 models can be up to 40% faster, too. As an added convenience, the Zoom/Modem V.92 PCI allows an incoming phone call to be received without losing an Internet connection. These dramatic improvements in performance are available to Zoom/Modem V.92 users whose ISP (Internet Service Provider) has upgraded to the new standard. The Zoom/Modem V.92 PCI Model 3025 is capable of receiving data from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or online service over standard phone lines at speeds up to 56 Kbps uncompressed. Outgoing data is transmitted at speeds up to 48 Kbps. The Zoom/Modem Model 3025 includes V.80 capability for compatibility with H.324 standard point-to-point video telephony over regular phone lines. It also supports Group 3, Class 1 Fax. The Model 3025 also features ZoomGuard. ZoomGuard provides superior protection against lightning, the number one cause of modem failure. ZoomGuard is not only better than the "varistor" protection found on other modems, but also outperforms most stand-alone surge protectors. ... Read more

Features

  • Works with Win95, 98, 98SE, Me, 2000 and XP
  • Browse the WEB at higher speed with V.44
  • Modem-On-Hold -- Receive a voice call without losing your Internet connection
  • Quick Connect -- Reduces connection time to your ISP
  • Faster upload speeds

16. Hawking HAI15SC 15dBi Hi-Gain Directional Corner Antenna
by Hawking Technology
list price: $39.99
our price: $42.74
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Asin: B0000DIET2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hawking Technology
Sales Rank: 15604
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Hi-Gain 15dBi Corner Antenna ... Read more

Features

  • Easy Installation (No Software Required)
  • Increase Your Wireless Network Strength
  • Works with 2.4GHz 802.11b /g Wireless Standards
  • Extends your Network Range
  • Great for Large Conference Rooms or Open Spaces

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Didn't help at all
In 90% of the areas I compared signal strength, and actually decreased it in some. In a spot of two I did get a 5%-10% increase in signal strength. I'm sure there's a use for this device somewhere out there, perhaps, as someone else noted, in an auditorium. I can't fathom it being of any use in a home though,

4-0 out of 5 stars Works very well
This antenna was very effective for my situation. I needed to boost the strength of a wireless router that was at least 300ft away. Since this antenna is directional, you only get the improved signal strength "on-axis". Therefore it is a good choice for point to point wireless, but you can't expect it to boost all signals in your house more than a 6 or 8 db omni antenna.

1-0 out of 5 stars No noticable improvement over standard antenna.
Do not buy this to extend the wireless range in your house.It might help in a large auditorium or hall, where there is a uninterrupted line of site but it does not have much effect in a building with interior walls.

I have a remote bedroom, about 20 feet away from where I have my wireless router, which isn't that far. This bedroom was an addition so some of the interior walls used to be exterior walls.I get a very weak signal from the wireless router to this room, using the standard 2dBi antenna that comes with it.

I tried this Hawking 15dBi antenna and did not see any noticeable improvement in the signal to the remote bedroom.Also, it did not improve signal between floors.I tried moving the antenna around in the room where I have the router, but that did not seem to have any impact either.

To improve LAN access across your house you have several choices (but this antenna is not one of them):
-Centrally locate your wireless router (it is hard for me to do, because of the wiring in my house).
-Rewire your house with CAT5 cable (yeah, sure).
-Buy these ethernet networking systems that use the electric wires in the house for networking.You just plug the units into an electric socket and hook up your computer through a CAT5 cable (it will cost at least $100, you cannot roam freely around and these systems are slower than the wireless LAN)
-Buy a repeater and put it somewhere in the middle of the house.For the repeater, all you need to do is supply power.It doesn't need any special wiring.

I went the repeater route.The problem with repeaters is that there currently are no universal repeaters.You need to buy a repeater that matches with the router you have.I bought a Buffalo router and repeater.The concept was great and it worked very well when it worked.But, my system is not reliable, and I have had to send the router back for repair.

2-0 out of 5 stars no incremental improvement over standard d-link antenna
looks and sounds like a nice product. I removed the tiny antenna from my d-link 524 router and plugged the hi-gain corner antenna in and pointed it directly at my powerbook in a room I had been getting ok but not great reception. result: no discernable improvement in reception strength or quality of transmission. amazon accepted return but at my shipping expense as item was not defective.

5-0 out of 5 stars this is 15dbi gain...
received this antenna from amazon.com, install on same location where I used 6dbi antenna
the signal has 1 bar increase on windows
then, I check the prism settings for MN710
the percentage has 10-16 point increase over hawking 6dbi omni antenna
and now, the signal is good enough
since the antenna is located on the edge of the house, that the signal still can sweep across the whole house
this is a good buy ... Read more


17. Belkin Wireless 2-Port Print Srvr. ( F1UP0001 )
by Belkin Components
list price: $149.99
our price: $115.89
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Asin: B0001VNN6Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Belkin Components
Sales Rank: 18748
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Belkin 802.11g Wireless Print Server lets you easily add two USB printers to your wireless, or wired network. It features 802.11g technology that makes sending print jobs faster than ever, and includes a memory buffer that handles your graphics jobs effortlessly.

The Print Server is so easy to install, you'll be printing in minutes. Simply load your printer drivers on each computer, run the Belkin Easy Installation CD, attach your USB printer to the Belkin 802.11g Wireless Print Server and you are now free to print wireless from around the home or office. It is also compatible with wired networks through it's integrated Ethernet Port.

Compatible with most USB, network-ready printers, and major operating systems, your 802.11g Wireless Print Server from Belkin delivers even your most data-intensive print jobs with maximum speed and reliability.

Features

  • Connects 2 USB printers to your 802.11g or 802.11b wireless network
  • Works with the top-selling laser, inkjet, Bubble Jet™, and color printers
  • Sets up easily with the included Belkin Installation Wizard
  • Offers seamless printing from both Ethernet and wireless connections
  • Works with all IEEE 802.11b-compliant equipment
... Read more

Features

  • Adds 2 USB printers to network
  • Memory buffer for large graphics
  • Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works with MacOS X
I was reluctant to purchase this because it did not state it was compatible with MacOS or MacOS X, but I went ahead and purchased it anywas, as it was the cheapest wireless print server with USB I found at the time.

To my surprise it works. I am using it with a Samsung ML-1710 "winprinter" without a problem on both Windows XP and MacOS X, on neither of the systems did I use any of the Belkin software, I simply setup the printer with an LPR port, USB port one is "lp1" and USB port two is "lp2" (both without the quotes) for anyone who is struggling to setup this print server.

I have noticed that most, if not all print servers, try to make setup too easy that they do not disclose too much information. Most print servers support LPR which is built into Windows, OS X and Linux, but to find the port names is almost impossible!

1-0 out of 5 stars WPA incompatibility
I have similar problems - I think that the printer server problem is WPA-PSK, TKIP related. I can print from both my Minolta and Epson printers with WPA-PSK disabled and the print server hardwired.
I note with interest that the printer server (F1UP001) setup offers the WPA option but the printer configuration utility does not- the available options are only security disabled, 64 bit WEP and 128 bit WEP (WinXP with SP-2 does not seem to offer WEP option for wireless any longer).
The F1UP001 printer setup programme locates the printer server only when WPA is disabled - even when hardwired. Printing is possible with WPA disabled only (at least for me)! Still waiting for a call back from the Belkin Escalation Engineers (1 week).

Any suggestions?

1-0 out of 5 stars Compatability Is A CRAPSHOOT!
I bought this printserver together with a Belkin wireless router.I have two printers, a Cannon i900D and a brand new HP Deskjet 5740.The Cannon i900D works through the printserver.However, after about 10 hours of frustration, including 5 telephone calls with Belkin Tech Support, I was finally told (by a level 3 technician, whatever that means) "Well, I guess this printer just isn't compatible"!!The problem is, Belkin has NO IDEA what printers are compatible.Their website contains two lists - compatible printers and incompatible printers.Both are out of date.I can't find a single inkjet listed on either list that is still commercially available.Belkin tech support has no updated information on compatible models.
So does the product work?Maybe, if your printer is compatable.Problem is, noone knows if it is until after you buy the product and spend hours trying to set it up.Which, as I'm sure everyone knows, is immensely frustrating.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to set up, but no firmware available yet.
I wasn't sure if this print server would work since my HP Officejet 5510 was not listed as "working" or "unsupported". I followed the Quick Setup instuctions and it worked right away on my Linksys 54g WLAN. It may help that I broadcast the SSID and don't even use WEP (I have no neighbors in range of the signal). It disabled DHCP by default which is odd (and gave itself the lowest non-active IP on my LAN), but it printed a config page after installation, so I went into the browser page and set it to an IP above my DHCP scope. Next I adjusted the IP of the Belkin printer port in W2K and I was done!
I was impressed that I did the whole setup via the wireless card, but they include a CAT5 cable in the box.
Checking the Belkin website, I couldn't find a firmware update (not that I needed it). Maybe someday there will be a WPA update for people who lock down their WLAN.
This is a good wireless USB print server, I recommend it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Wireless Product, Great Wired Product
I give it 2 stars simply because it has a lot of neat features such as FTP printing, etc., but I only give it 2 stars because it is good for a wired print server, I think 1.5 stars would better suit it. As the CEO of a computer repair business, I install a lot of corporate networks, as well as home networks. I would NEVER EVER use this product in a wireless setting, as it claims it is designed for. It only supports WEP, and not WPA??? I would NEVER compromise my network, or anyone else's network just for this product! WEP was proved unsecure years ago. This is the first 802.11G product I have ever seen that doesn't support WPA. Might as well not even turn the security on if you are going to use WEP. The only thing WEP is good for is stopping your neighbor who is a computer idiot from accidently getting on your network because he has no clue what he is doing. Any 802.11G product that doesn't support WPA is not worth owning. This product, for all intensive purposes, is not a wireless print server, more like a wired print server with antennas. ... Read more


18. Diamond 56K V92 Ext USB Modem
by Best Data Products
list price: $44.99
our price: $27.54
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Asin: B0000646PX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Best Data Products
Sales Rank: 12513
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Put the modem on hold and stay connected to the Internet
  • Full featured data/fax external modem
  • Supports V.92 for speeds up to 56Kbps
  • Easy USB installation
  • Sends and receives faxes with speeds up to 14,400 bps

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad Customer Support
I bought this and the product was defective.I tried returing it but the place that I bought it wouldn't take it back.The customer support for this product told me that on the phone that they could only answer my questions by email, and the tech support on email told me that they could only help by the phone.I'm still stuck with the product. dont buy it. ... Read more


19. TRENDware WIRELESS 802.11G 54MBPS ( TEW-423PI )
by Trendware International
list price: $26.99
our price: $22.79
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Asin: B0001DHHIY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Trendware International
Sales Rank: 12525
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

TRENDware's Wireless PCI Card cuts the wires to your desktop and provides 54Mbps speed to handle bandwidth-intensive applications. ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless PCI adaptor for desktop computers
  • Complies with worldwide requirements
  • Supports IEEE 802.11g or 802.11b (11Mbps) wireless devices
  • Distance Coverage 35-100 meters indoor, 100-300 meters outdoor
  • Three-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent card and worth the money
Pros:
- Inexpensive
- Good warranty
- Easy to install and configure
- Superlative reception with no drop-offs
- Works in a plethora of operating systems

Cons:
- My system won't let me have this card and a wired NIC at the same time, but I think this may be a flaw in the Windows OS ... Read more


20. 1-port 10/100 Device Server 120vac Ps
by LANTRONIX

our price: $160.99
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Asin: B00006B74T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LANTRONIX
Sales Rank: 41777
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Product Description

1PT 10/100 DEVSVR 120VAC P/S ... Read more

Features

  • Data Link Protocol Ethernet, RS-232, RS-422, RS-485
  • Network / Transport Protocol TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ICMP/IP
  • Features Flow control, DHCP support, ARP support
  • Windows NT, XP, 98/ME/2000
  • Remote Management Protocol SNMP, Telnet, HTTP

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