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NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
By: Gabor Bernat
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    2009-02-17

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  • NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
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    Nowadays a lot of devices start to make their place in our homes, and establishing and coordinating the connections between them with just network cables is no longer enough. You need something more advanced—a network device that can also eliminate a few wires if possible, at least for your laptop, which has a wireless connection. Here’s an option for you: the NetGear WGR614 v7.

    Having a home desk for heavy work and gaming (for some) as well as a laptop to maximize your production while you are away is becoming a standard and a requirement in today’s fast-paced society. Maybe you just want to create a home network for PCs in your house, allowing a free flow of data (without wires) between them.

    Or perhaps you are starting a small business that needs a good network connection between the computers. For all of these situations, the solution is a router. In fact, it's a router just like the NetGear WGR614 v7. Is this a reliable choice, one that you won’t regret? Stay tuned until the end of this review; you are about to find out. Just click the link.



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