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    Name: Netblaster II
    Company: Sohoware
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    SLCentralHardwareReviewsNetworking Sep 29th, 2020 - 8:15 PM EST
    Sohoware Netblaster II 802.11b Wireless Networking Kit
    Author: Chris Oh
    Date Posted: August 17th, 2001
    Rating: 8/10 SystemLogistics
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    Pros & Cons


    • Good construction
    • Easy installation
    • Great overall performer
    • Convinience


    • Slow in some tests
    • Pricey


    I love wireless networks, I have one in my house so I can play around on the internet while using the bathroom and taking baths...maybe not such a good idea but if you think about it. Wireless Internet makes everything so much more convenient, especially with this kit. It enabled my once dormant laptop to become useful once again. Although this kit performs very admirably and is a very solid protect. It's price might be a bit high at around $300. Investment wise, it might be good because it's the future and it's really more convenient than stringing Cat-5 all throughout your house. The hub itself is very aesthetically pleasing and solid in construction so it's durable and sleek and with a range of a little under spec, it's a good performer. I'd say with all the positives and convenience alone, this product is one of the best I've seen since the old offerings from D-Link and it may very well surpass that.

    Rating: 8/10 SystemLogistics

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    1. Introduction/IEEE 802.11b Networking In A Nutshell
    2. Specs
    3. The Kit
    4. Installation/Usage
    5. Performance/Benchmarks
    6. Pros & Cons/Conclusion

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