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This holiday season, many people are out and about buying new Wi-Fi-enabled cameras, televisions, music players and more. Many more are buying laptops, tablets and desktop PCs, all with wired and wireless capabilities. Then these people are going home, unboxing their purchases, and waiting patiently for the wireless fairy to come down and connect everything.
Design and performance distinguish the latest additions to the ASUS line of routers for home or office. Whether you’re looking to upgrade the speed and coverage of your current wireless network or set up a Wi-Fi and wired network from scratch, ASUS has a model that will accommodate your needs.
Look no further than the room where people are placing their in-home network routers to tell how they’re using them. According to a study recently released by TDG Research, in 2006 some 39.2 percent of owners reported they put the router in a home office while only 18.4 percent put one in the living room.
Gamers like gifts just like anyone else. But it’s those special gifts that enhance their gaming enjoyment that are really appreciated. Let’s take a look at some of the hottest gifts for gamers this year.
If local area networks (LANs) were like plumbing, then Ethernet cables would be the pipes and routers the valve switchers. But data bits have a huge advantage over fluids. They don't require conduits to flow through your home or office to still be useful.
If your old wireless router is causing problems, slowing down, is insecure or hard to manage, or if you’ve never had a wireless router before, then now is a good time to invest in a cutting-edge solution. The Linksys E4200 Dual-Band N Router is fast, secure, easy to set up and easy to manage.
A router is a switching box programmed to send data where it needs to go. Large routers connect networks over the Internet. Small routers connect computers and other devices on a home or office network, also called a Local Area Network (LAN).