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X-Micro WLAN 802.11g Wireless Router
Posted by Red Squirrel on November 24th 2004



Having the ability to use your laptop anywhere in your home or office without the need for it to be tethered to a switch or hub with a piece of CAT5 cable is something that some of us can't live without now that we have tried it. One of the keys to having a reliable and trouble free wireless network whether it be at home or at your office is the choosing the right wireless router for your application.

The router we are looking at today is the X-Micro WLAN 802.11g which offers a number of standard features but also offers something called 'Super G'. On paper X-Micro claims this router is capable of speeds up to 11 Mbps using 802.11b increasing up to 54 Mbps for 802.11g and an amazingly fast speed of 108 Mbps using Super G. But that's on paper, what will it do in the real world?


View article at hi-techreviews.com



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