Excerpt: At this point in time, it's probably safe to assume that the majority wireless network users are outfitted with some type of 54Mbps solution. First introduced in 2003, 802.11g has proven its worth as a solid wireless technology for both home and business users alike. However, as technology advances and the demands for more bandwidth and improved range increase, a new solution is needed as 802.11g has essentially reached its peak in terms of features and capabilities.
Pros: Router is Loaded with Features, Router and Card Peak at 300Mbps, Router is Sleek and Light Weight, Router Runs cooler than popular Linksys WRT54G, Card Bus Simple Installation, Significant Range Improvements
Cons: Router Wizard Failed, Not All Quick Installation Guide Information is Accurate, Technical Support, Wired LAN not Gigabit, Mystery Config Setup Button
Summary: The TEW-631BRP offers good performance at close ranges but is slow at longer distances. It'll be given a run for its money by a good Mimo 54G kit. Nevertheless, this product has some interesting features and remains a decent buy - for now.
Pros: Supports SPI and NAT firewalls, family-friendly controls
Cons: Novice users may be confused with setup, mixed speed scores, Price
Excerpt: The TEW-631BRP is a rather dull-looking Wi-Fi router, clad in Trendnet's trademark blue plastic. It might be a plain Jane, but it's nonetheless a well-specified device with some nice features.
Excerpt: Introduktion Trådløse netværk er ved at være hvermandseje, men selvom udbredelsen er steget, så har det virket som om at den teknologiske udvikling har stået stille. 802.11g standarden har efterhånden været på banen længe og selvom flere producenter tilbyder løsninger, der lover ekstra hastigheder eller større rækkevidder, så har en egentlig afløser været meget længe undervejs.