A business laptop that can do downward-facing dog with the best of them.
This kit is twice as fast as Belkin's higher-priced AV+ Starter Kit, but lacks that model's useful 3-port ethernet adapter and desktop mounting option.
This workhorse router had very good performance and great software, but too few features for the price.
While it offers USB printer sharing and comprehensive routing features, the SMC Barricade has little else to recommend it, with below-par setup and performance and a relatively high price tag.
While not an official kit, our combination of ZyXel powerline adapters delivered the goods, including a four-port ethernet switch, connection-quality indicator light, and useful software.
Multiple ethernet ports and a convenient desk-mount option, together with solid performance and plug-and-play setup, put the Belkin kit at the head of the powerline networking class.
The lack of a connection-quality indicator and a wall-mount option hamper this otherwise very capable powerline kit.
Belkin's Wi-Fi router is easy to set up and has handy features, but it delivers poor short-range performance.
Linksys supplements this router's very good performance and features with optional parental controls.
For connecting a single ethernet device to your network, the Netgear's design, ease of setup, and software utility make it the pick of the powerline litter.
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