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Smart Bro Share It Wireless Router

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 12, 2009

Smart Broadband, a subsidiary of Smart Communications, today launched SMART Bro Share It, a wireless router with HSDPA capability. The device is basically a wifi router and 3G/HSDPA modem in one. Smart Bro Share It is available with a Plan 999 monthly subscription, which comes with up to 90 hours of Internet access, at speeds of up to 2 mbps in key cities in the country. Usage in excess of 90 hours will be charged P.35 for every minute. Initial cash-out for the 12-month subscription is Php3,499, which includes the one-time payment of Php2,500 for the device, plus the first…

Buffalo AirStation Wireless-N 300Mbps Router

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 30, 2009

This is my 3rd wireless router this year. The first one (LinkSys) broke down earlier this year due to some problems to the transmitter restarting ever minute or so. I replaced it with a Belkin and that one died on me last week. Prices of Wireless-N routers have gone down significantly in the past months so I checked out alternatives. No more Belkins and LinkSys for me and when I saw the Buffalo AirStation retailing for just Php3,200, I thought I'd give it a try. The Buffalo Wireless-N Nfiniti Broadband Router and Access Point promises up to 300Mbps network speeds…

Asus outs 450Mbps+1.3Gbps RT-AC66U Wireless Router

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: November 23, 2012

Asus Philippines announces their latest high-end router offering, the RT-AC66U. But don’t for one second think that this router is just your average networking device as this bad boy enables you to do more than connect multiple devices. The first thing you need to know about it is that it’s an 802.11ac dual-band router. For the uninitiated, these routers are capable of insane speeds of up to 1.3GB/S (three-stream). To put thing in perspective, your current Wireless-N routers has a cap of 450Mbps (three-stream) while the 802.11ac can outdo that by three folds. And because of its blazing fast transfer…

Edimax 3G Broadband Router

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: May 11, 2009

Here's another 3G broadband router sent in for review -- the Edimax 802.11b/g 3G Router. It's like your regular DSL router with additional USB ports to hook in a 3G modem and also acts as a Printer server. If you have a regular DSL at home hooked up to a wireless router, you can use your SmartBro, Globe Visibility or Sun Wireless Broadband as alternative source of internet connection when the DSL goes down. Not sure how much this one costs but it's being sold at eBay.ph for Php3,900. I'll bring this on the road and set it up inside…

Asus N66U Wireless Router goes GigaBit

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 19, 2012

The DSL/WiFi router is one of those devices at home that is actually crucial but gets one of the least attention. The idea is that as long as the device works, we don't really care much whether it looks good or performs well. Then again, some folks are really picky about routers -- has Gigabit connectivity, WiFi-N, has USB ports and supports P2P downloads. The N66u is among the latest gigabit routers from Asus. Gigabit in the sense that the total bandwidth it can carry goes up to 900Mbps (or 0.9 gigabit/s which is pretty close to the gigabit category).…

Huawei B683 Wireless 3G HSPA+ Router

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: July 13, 2012

For a couple of months now, I've been completely dependent on pocket WiFis (Huawei E587 & ZTE MF80) for my internet access in my new condo. Then, this Huawei B683 arrived and saved the day. The B683 is basically a 3G router, much like the SmartBro Share-it from years ago. Prior to this, I used a similar set-up using a Sapido router hooked up to a Rocket Plug-it giving me up to HSPA+ connectivity. The Huawei B683 removes the hassle of plugging a USB dongle and replaces it with a built-in SIM card slot. Also, when I'm at home, I…

3G Mobile WiFi Router: D-Link DIR-451

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: March 15, 2009

Those who were interested in the Smart Bro Share It Wireless Router but want to use any mobile 3G provider may want to look into this 3G router by D-Link, the DIR451. This has been available locally for some time now and has been listed at Villman for a while. It's basically a wifi router that also acts as a 3G modem (similar to the SmartBro Share It). D-Link DIR-451 3G Mobile Router UMTS/HSDPA WiFi 802.11 b/g WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security Dual active firewalls (SPI and NAT) 4-port 10/100 LAN The retail price though is a but higher, at…

Western Digital MyNet N900 Central Wireless Router

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: December 29, 2012

I've known Western Digital as a storage and HDD company for the longest time so I'm a bit surprised to learn that they have moved into the wireless networking market. The company sent us this WD MyNet N900 Central router to check out. What makes the WD MyNet N900 Central different from all the other routers we've seen and tested is that this model comes with a 2TB Western Digital HDD right inside the box. While most other high-end routers provide USB ports so you can attached any type of storage to extend and share within your network, the My…

Netronix DSW142c: Probably the smallest router ever

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: December 21, 2011

When this little router (from Netronix) was sent over the other week, I was surprised at how small it was. I brought it during my recent trip to Putrajaya, Malaysia and proved to be very useful when we stayed at the Marriott Hotel. This router has been shrunk to the size of a Kit-kat chocolate bar, measuring only 15.mm in thickness and approximately 7.5cm x 6cm across which is a little smaller than a standard calling card. The router is IEEE 802.11 b/g/n compliant and can reach speeds of up to 150Mbps on wireless and 10/100Mbps on LAN. There's a…

D-Link Load-Balancing Router: 2-in-1 DSL Router

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: September 17, 2006

Found this at the PC Express website: "The DI-LB604 is the newest addition to our range of routers that includes the industry's latest technology. It provides all the functionality needed to establish a reliable high-speed Internet link while at the same time protects past investments," said Mr George Wong, Marketing Director of D-Link International Pte Ltd. The Load-Balancing Router with features 2 WAN ports for load-balancing and a fast-acting fail-over mechanism for dropped Internet connections. 4 Ethernet ports provide wired connections to up to 4 computers. Thus, users can set up a high-performance network that offers the fastest and most…