Belkin first revealed their revamped brand identity during CES 2012. For the benefit of local consumers, Belkin staged an official launch today to showcase their new corporate logo as well as a slew of home networking products and iPhone/iPad accessories. Here's our coverage of the event held at Hummerstons.
The increase of users migrating to fiber broadband networks in Singapore lately spawned an increase of 802.11n routers churned out. The Edimax BR-6475nD is one such router. Will it deliver? Here's our lab assessment.
Extenders serve the basic function of lengthening your Wi-Fi's coverage, so you get a broader area of connectivity. Is the Engenius ERB9250 capable of combating dead spots? We check it out.
Looking for the best deals on desktops, notebooks, networking, PC accessories & software? We've scoured all three halls of Sitex to find the best bargains and highlights so that you don't have to. Enjoy!
Linksys brings a brand new design and blistering speeds of up to 450Mbps on this dual-band router. Integrated with a 3x3 radio design on 5GHz and 2x3 on the 2.4GHz band, we put the sleek E4200 to the test to see if it can provide both decent range and speed.
The Prolink WNR1008 wireless-N gigabit router may be encased simply in a matte black body with rounded edges, but is its performance as dull as its aesthetics? Let's find out.
Held at Suntec's Convention Center, we took some time out to chase BroadcastAsia where major film and production players flaunt the best of broadcasting trends and equipment. Without a doubt, the local buzzword this year isn't so much 3D, but DVB-T2.
There are many network extenders designed to eliminate Wi-Fi dead spots. Does the Netgear WN2000RPT Wi-Fi Range Extender deliver? See how it stacks up in this review.
Following up on the success of the RT-N16 model, ASUS has gone from strength to strength with the dual-band wireless-N RT-N56U which boasts of more efficient signal coverage and data throughput speeds. Is it worth its salts? Dig in to our 'dazzling' review now!
If you find yourself having to deal with Wi-Fi deadspots in your home, then the Aztech HL110EW may save you a massive headache. Does it work as advertised? We find out.