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AirStation Extreme AC1750 (WZR-D1750-DHP)
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Buffalo AirStation Extreme AC 1750 (WZR-D1750DHP)

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless, Wired, WLAN & Ethernet

Everything about the WZR-1750DHP is fantastic except its performance, something that disappointed PC Advisor to no end. Its software tools are excellent, and features such as its built-in Torrent …

2 reviews

 

Buffalo AirStation 1750 WZR-D1800H
Buffalo AirStation 1750 WZR-D1800H

WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

For most people it's ridiculous to buy any kind of 802.11ac hardware so early on, but if investing in the future is your thing, the AirStation 1750 is a very good offering indeed that produces

3 reviews | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 6/2012 Buffalo AirStation 1750 Buffalo are the first manufacturer to release a network bridge and router that are compatible with 802.11ac Wi-Fi. How well does the AirStation 1750 perform? … to review

Buffalo Airstation Highpower ADSL2+ (WBMR-HP-GNV2)
Buffalo Airstation Highpower ADSL2+ (WBMR-HP-GNV2)

ADSL, WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless, WLAN & Ethernet, Wired

The Buffalo Airstation HighPower ADSL2+ router has two wireless N antenna to ensure a strong and broad ranging wireless connection. It may not look as stylish as some other options, but TechRadar

2 reviews

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 12/2011 Buffalo AirStation N-Technology HighPower ADSL2+ Modem Router A wireless router can seriously struggle and have a negative impact on internet performance if used in a house with lots of online gamers or heavy downloaders. … to review

 
Nfiniti
Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH

3G Router, WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless, WLAN & Ethernet

A replacement router for cable internet but it isn't a modem router. Nice for those with a cable internet connection that would like to hook right into their cable modem. Easy set up and small

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Poor)

 

More information at: Computer act!ve, 10/2011 Buffalo Airstation High Power N300 Gigabit Wireless Router The Airstation wireless router introduced by Buffalo continues the company's line of products that are named with the most awkward of possible titles. … to review

Buffalo Airstation Nfiniti WHR-HP-G300N
Buffalo Airstation Nfiniti WHR-HP-G300N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

The Buffalo Airstation Nfiniti WHR-HP-G300N was an easy to set up wireless network device that supports all wireless types and has a good distance coverage, but there is no fast wired networking …

1 review | 29 opinions (Above average)

 

Buffalo Airstation Highpower ADSL+ (WBMR-HP-GN)
Buffalo Airstation Highpower ADSL+ (WBMR-HP-GN)

ADSL; Connectivity: Wireless

Considering its lack of 802.11n support and low price, the Airstation WBMR-HP-GN is a surprisingly good performer. It's far from perfect, but PC Pro were quite impressed by its transfer speeds,

2 reviews | 24 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: PC Pro, 8/2011 Buffalo Airstation WBMR-HP-GN Routers aren't usually the most attractive of appliances, which makes the sleek lines of the Airstation WBMR-HP-GN a nice change from the gray and white boxes we're used to seeing on every manufacturer's catalog. … to review

Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti WLAE-AG300N
Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti WLAE-AG300N

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

The triple functionality of the AirStation WLAE-AG300N makes it a terribly versatile piece of kit, while its excellent transfer speeds, ease of use, One Touch Secure System and Ethernet ports only

1 review | 23 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TechRadar UK, 7/2011 Buffalo AirStation WLAE-AG300N The AirStation WLAE-AG300N can be used as a wi-fi access point, as a wireless bridge between networks or as a way to give wireless connectivity to any Ethernet-equipped device that lacks it wi-fi. … to review

AirStation N-Technology Wireless-N150 Router & Access Point
Buffalo WCR-GN

ADSL, WLAN; Connectivity: Wired, Wireless, WLAN & Ethernet

Expert Reviews point to the fact that the Buffalo WCR-GN has all the features that they would expect a router to have but they struggled to configure it in the first instance. From a performance …

1 review | 4 opinions (Above average)

 

WHR HP G54 DD
Buffalo WHR-HP G54DD

ADSL, WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet, Wireless

"... It offer a superb level of features and although documentation for most of them is non-existent there is a flourishing user community offering a wealth of inside information on its inner …

2 reviews

 

WZR-AG300NH-1
Buffalo WZR-AG300NH

WLAN; Connectivity: WLAN & Ethernet

"Probably the best draft n router on the market, despite the fact it's only draft 1.0-compliant. The Buffalo WZR-AG300NH offers great performance and functionality – but at an eye-watering

3 reviews

 

More information at: PC Advisor, 2/2008 Buffalo WZR-AG300NH draft-n Wi-Fi router The Buffalo WZR-AG300NH is a top-notch draft-n wireless router that's been severely beaten by the ugly stick - and a tacky one at that. That's where the criticism largely ends, though. The Buffalo WZR-AG300NH is a dual-band draft-n router and comes closest to realising the promise of 802.11n – albeit at a price. … to review

 
WZR2-G300 N Nfiniti
Buffalo WZR2-G300N Nfiniti

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"Users of the previous Nfiniti model (WZR-G300N) should consider upgrading as this really is a much better, much faster and much further reaching device than before. ..."

1 review

 

WMBR G54
Buffalo WMBR-G54

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"Buffalo's Wireless G ADSL router may look dated and have a fiddly setup program, but it has respectable 54g performance with both our Centrino notebook and the Buffalo CardBus adaptor. …

2 reviews

 

Nfiniti Wireless N Router & PCMCIA Adapter bundle
Buffalo Nfiniti Wireless-N Router & PC Card Adapter bundle

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"Fairly standard Wireless-N products, although the ‘one-touch’ option could be easier to use."

1 review

 

Air Station Nfiniti Draft-N Router
Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti Draft-N Router

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"Competent in most respects, but the buffalo is let down by its poor long-range performance."

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: Computer act!ve, 9/2006 Buffalo Nfiniti wireless router Although wireless networking is fairly new, manufacturers are working on the next version, which will be even faster. It’s called 802.11n, and products such as the Nfiniti router, are based on an early version of the specification. … to review

AirStation Nfiniti Draft-N Router
Buffalo Nfinit Wireless-N Router and Access Point

WLAN; Connectivity: Wireless

"The Nfiniti is the only router here that doesn't support dynamic DNS or port forwarding...."

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 6/2006 Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti - Draft-n Router There’s no doubt that the 802.11n standard has caused more controversy than any other wireless specification. Originally put forward for informal investigation way, way back in 2003 there have since been massive arguments which culminated in May this year with the first working draft being unceremoniously dumped when a sponsor ballot returned less than half the votes in favour of it. To become a final draft with the potential to make it through to ratification it needed at least 75 per cent of the votes. Nevertheless, this hasn’t stopped the inevitable rush of so-called draft-n products and Buffalo Technology claims a first to market in the UK with its AirStation Nfiniti product family. … to review

 

Product information and further reviews

Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH PC Pro 3/2010 - Buffalo was among the first to produce dual-band 802.11n routers, but it hasn't refreshed its top-end models for some time, instead concentrating on single-band 2.4GHz models. Review details: Single Test. One router was reviewed and rated on features & design, value for money and performance.

Buffalo Nfiniti High Power MacWorld 8/2009 - Without a modem, Buffalo's Nfiniti High Power router still has plenty of ability, with a boosted signal strength to carry its signal through walls and other impediments. A USB port allows you to attach external hard drives for networked file sharing.

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