Networking Hardware

  Home arrow Networking Hardware arrow NetGear SuperG Wireless Router and Wir...
Watch our Tech Videos 
Dev Hardware Forums 
Computer Cases  
Computer Processors  
Computer Systems  
Digital Cameras  
Flat Panels  
Hardware Guides  
Hardware News  
Input Devices  
Mobile Devices  
Networking Hardware  
PC Cooling  
PC Speakers  
Power Supply Units  
Sound Cards  
Storage Devices  
Tech Interviews  
User Experiences  
Video Cards  
Weekly Newsletter
Developer Updates  
Free Website Content 
 RSS  Articles
 RSS  Forums
 RSS  All Feeds
Write For Us 
Contact Us 
Site Map 
Privacy Policy 
  >>> SIGN UP!  
  Lost Password? 

NetGear SuperG Wireless Router and Wireless PC Card Review
By: Dan Wellman
  • Search For More Articles!
  • Disclaimer
  • Author Terms
  • Rating: 4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars4 stars / 20

    Table of Contents:
  • NetGear SuperG Wireless Router and Wireless PC Card Review
  • Unpacking the Netgear Equipment
  • Wireless Router Features
  • Router Administration and Effectiveness
  • Security and Parental Control
  • The Laptop Wireless Card
  • Technical Trouble and Support
  • Conclusion

  • Rate this Article: Poor Best 
      Del.ici.ous Digg
      Blink Simpy
      Google Spurl
      Y! MyWeb Furl
    Email Me Similar Content When Posted
    Add Developer Shed Article Feed To Your Site
    Email Article To Friend
    Print Version Of Article
    PDF Version Of Article


    NetGear SuperG Wireless Router and Wireless PC Card Review

    (Page 1 of 8 )

    Anyone that doesnít live in a studio flat but does have a network at home needs to think about the benefits of using wireless technology to link their computers. Some manufacturers make buying a wireless setup easy by packaging a wireless router and cards together. Dan Wellman reviews one of these packages from Netgear, which includes the DG834GT SuperG Wireless Router and the WG511T Wireless Card.

    Go Wireless: NetGear SuperG Wireless Router (DG834GT) & Wireless PC Card (WG511T)

    The most obvious benefit to going wireless is of course that there arenít unsightly connection wires running around your house. The fact that you no longer need these when moving to wireless however is not the only benefit to be gained from making the switch; administrating the growth of your home network may turn out to be far easier if you are wireless rather than wired. To add devices to your wired network, you may need to buy additional cabling, a switch or router depending on how many devices you already have on the network, an additional adapter, and if the device is in a different room and you donít feel up to drilling, there is always the additional cost of a telecommunications installation engineer. If however you already have a wireless network and you decide to buy, say, a laptop, all you need buy is a compatible wireless PCMCIA card.

    Potentially, the biggest drawback to moving over to wireless is the possible drop in speed; a wired network has the capability to transfer data at a rate of 1000Mbps, whereas the quickest current wireless technology is 125Mbps. For the average home user however, the standard networking hardware components are usually 10/100, so the wireless option can actually be slightly faster in optimum conditions. For business users, it may not be fast enough. But for home-based consumers that simply want to be able to connect to the internet from their favourite armchair, wireless is more than adequate.

    Compatible wireless products can often purchased together as a package, offering you everything you may need to upgrade or setup a simple network. One package is the Netgear DG834GT wireless ADSL router and the WG511T wireless PC card, both of which I recently purchased at a special price together, and both of which will be reviewed in this article.

    More Networking Hardware Articles
    More By Dan Wellman

    blog comments powered by Disqus


    - ASUS RT-N66U Dark Knight Wireless Router Rev...
    - Belkin Advance N900 Wireless Router Review
    - How to Shop for a Wireless Router
    - How to Change Your Router Password
    - Three Common Home Networking Problems
    - Wireless Security Myths and Five Ways to Sto...
    - Setting Up a Small Business Network
    - Wireless Technology Health Risks
    - Wireless Routers: A Guide for Beginners
    - How to Connect Two Routers on the Same Netwo...
    - What Can the MiFi Do For You?
    - Basic Networking Devices in Layman`s Terms
    - NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
    - HP ProCurve Switch 2524 J4813A
    - Novatel Wireless Ovation MC950D USB HSPA Mod...

    Developer Shed Affiliates


    © 2003-2018 by Developer Shed. All rights reserved. DS Cluster - Follow our Sitemap
    KEITHLEE2zdeconfigurator/configs/INFUSIONSOFT_OVERLAY.phpzdeconfigurator/configs/ OFFLOADING INFUSIONSOFTLOADING INFUSIONSOFT 1debug:overlay status: OFF
    overlay not displayed overlay cookie defined: TI_CAMPAIGN_1012_D OVERLAY COOKIE set:
    status off