Wi-Fi and Networking reviews
The latest Wi-Fi and Networking reviews at PC Advisor. Wi-Fi and Networking user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
Devices such as the LinkSYS Media Center Extender with DVD Player DMA2200 enable you to connect your television to your computer via a home network and control Media…
£258 inc VAT
The Linksys WRT1900AC is a well-constructed router with distinctive style and strong build quality, but wireless performance can only be described as disappointing.…
£250 inc VAT
The Linksys EA6900 is a draft-11ac router that offers cloud access and an attractive modern interface. Here's our Linksys EA6900 review.
£190 inc VAT
The Linksys WRT610N is a ‘true’ dual-band draft-n router, able to simultaneously broadcast a draft-n signal on both its 2.4GHz and 5GHz radios.
£135 inc VAT
The Linksys PLWK400 works perfectly from a technical point of view and its Wi-Fi option is very useful. Configuring the PLWK400 isn't as simple as it ought to be…
£120 inc VAT
A high-end router that supports both cable and ADSL 2+ internet connections.
£110 inc VAT
The lack of a connection-quality indicator and a wall-mount option hamper the Linksys PLK300 - an otherwise very capable powerline kit.
£105 inc VAT
VoIP is a neat way of making free or low-cost calls via your PC. It has finally come into its own, having been floating around for a handful of years waiting for both…
£100 inc VAT
With its latest range of routers, the Linksys design department appears to have thrown away the rule book.
£90 inc VAT
The Linksys WAG320N is an ADSL2+ modem, with gigabit ethernet and dual-band wireless router in one compact body. It's easy to configure and it has some very nifty…
£89 inc VAT
If you're building out an 802.11ac network, the Linksys WUMC710 wireless media bridge is the device to deploy on the client side. Here's our Linksys WUMC710 review.
£89 inc VAT
The Linksys Powerline HomePlug AV2 Kit is simple to set up, offers decent speeds, and is unobtrusive but is over priced for a non-WiFi solution.
£89 inc VAT
The Linksys WRT300N router is a Mimo device with a difference – instead of three identical antennae, it has two plus a large paddle-shaped antenna between them.
£85 inc VAT
The Linksys WRT160NL offers most of the facilities that a user would expect from a wireless router today, and keeps the fancy stuff out at a mid-range price point of…
£69 inc VAT
The Linksys E2000 is an affordable Wi-Fi router with excellent features. The best part is that it's very reliable and fast.
£64 inc VAT
The Linksys WRT150N occupies the budget end of the draft-n router market.
£59 inc VAT
Linksys' Wi-Fi extender is an elegant slim box designed to be hung on the wall, high up preferably.
£59 inc VAT
The Linksys RE1000 is a £50 device to help increase the range of your wireless network.
£50 inc VAT
The Linksys AC580 is a wireless adaptor that promises to bring some of the magic of wireless 802.11ac networking to any laptop. Read our Linksys AC 580 review to find…
£27 inc VAT
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