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Six 802.11n Routers

These network workhorses from Asus, Belkin, Buffalo Technology, D-Link, Linksys, and Netgear all keep PCs, modems, hard drives, and printers online. Where they vary is on price and features.
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One of four 802.11n routers, the Belkin Play Max is a contoured, vertically oriented device with no visible antennae. It's a simultaneous (Belkin calls it "concurrent") dual-band device with the usual four RJ45 ports on the back for device attachment and a fifth for your modem. Two USB 2.0 ports adorn the back and may be used for printers or disk drives. Price: about $130.

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