Wireless router reviews
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The ZyXel HD Powerline Adapter 500Mbps (ZyXEL PLA4201) is a great-value set of Powerline adapters that performed well in our real-world speed tests.
£25 inc VAT
The Zyxel NBG 6716's relatively high price and only fair-to-middling transfer rates make it hard to recommend the NBG 6716. Read our Zyxel NBG 6716 review to find out…
£153 inc VAT
Extend your wireless network coverage around your home or office with the Zyxel WAP3205 wireless N access point.
£50 inc VAT
The Zyxel NBG4615 is a small router that delivers high performance.
£65 inc VAT
Zyxel has a budget wireless router in the Zyxel NBG-417N. The feature-set it brings to the table is frugal, and it does not perform as well as other routers priced…
£29 inc VAT
The ZyXel NBG318S is a router that combines ethernet, Wi-Fi and powerline connectivity with HomePlugAV.
£99 inc VAT
The P-660HW may be at the budget end of ZyXEL's fairly extensive range of ADSL 2+ broadband routers, but it doesn't skimp on features.
£48 inc VAT
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