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D-Link PowerLine AV 500 Network Starter Kit is a good option if all you are looking for is speed and value, however both adaptors have only one Ethernet port, which…
£66 inc VAT
The D-Link DIR-636L is an unusually styled wireless router with single-band 2.4GHz radio and cloud access potential.
£55 inc VAT
The D-Link Cloud Gigabit Router N600 is an unusual cylinder-shaped wireless router with dual-band radio for use on 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio bands.
£70 inc VAT
The D-Link DIR-865L reviewed here is a user-friendly, dual-band 802.11n/802.11ac router. It's relatively inexpensive, too. Here's our D-Link DIR-865L review.
£129 inc VAT
The D-Link DIR-868L has a great cylindrical design and its performance over 802.11n was one of the best recorded. Read our D-Link DIR-868L review to find out more.
£143 inc VAT
Smart Powerline adapters that boast two ethernet ports but are let down by below-average speeds.
£50 inc VAT
The DWA-182 would be a good choice for extended range scenarios, or to upgrade basic 11n Wi-Fi in budget laptops. Read our D-Link DWA-182 review to find out more.
£42 inc VAT
D-Link DIR-880L is an easy-to-configure wireless router with enough advanced features to also keep some power users happy. It performs well, too. Here's our D-Link…
£173 inc VAT
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