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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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At a push of a button this multifunction device can switch it from being a router to performing as a broadband repeater or an access point. It has four 802.11n RJ45 jacks, an RJ45 for your modem, and a USB port for a printer or attached network storage USB 2.0 drive. Note: this is a single-band (2.4GHz) router and the RJ45 ports only support 10/100 communications speed. Price: about $55 online.

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