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TP-LINK Deco M5 Whole Home WiFi System

TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home WiFi System Review

We've seen many whole-home WiFi systems come out over the past year. These systems make sense for many people as they have multiple devices in different rooms of their home and a single router just can't provide enough speed for devices that are far away. TP-Link's entry into whole-home WiFi comes in the form of their Deco M5, which is made up of three separate AC1300 units for up to 4,500 sq. ft. of seamless coverage. On top of that the system has comprehensive security features provided by Trend Micro so all of your devices are automatically protected from online threats. Is this the WiFi system to get for your house or should you stick to a normal router? Read on as we find out!

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Tablo – Live And Recorded TV On All Devices

Cable and satellite companies are currently offering whole-home solutions. But what if you don't have cable or satellite, how do you get the same experience? Enter Tablo. Tablo is a neat little box that receives free Over The Air (OTA) TV transmissions, relays data over your existing home network, and is accessible from pretty much any device you own.


Synology DS-212+ Network Attached Storage Device Review

Synology loves hardware revisions, and the DS-212+ is the latest in the business series of dual-bay NASes from the network storage company. Sporting a faster processor, USB3, and lower power consumption, the DS-212+ shapes up to be a good improvement on the <a href="">DS-211+</a>. ThinkComputers has the review.


Bigfoot Networks Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card Review

Bigfoot Networks originally released the Killer NIC M1 and K1 models in 2006, with the suped-up network cards getting some major attention in 2007. Mid-2009, Bigfoot Networks released the Killer Xeno Pro, a slimmed down version of the first generation models, both in size and extra features. It didn't stop there, though. Bigfoot Network released May 11, 2010 the Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card. This new version focuses on the core features at the heart of the idea of a network processing unit: offloading and acceleration. ThinkComputers measures up the Killer 2100 in this extensive review. Read on for more information, pictures, and benchmarks.


AirLink 101 SpyIPCam747W Wireless Network Camera Review

Personal surveillance is very important for a lot of people.  Many of us own expensive things and what better way to protect them than with surveillance.  So many people think that setting up surveillance can be very expensive, but with network camera it is not only inexpensive, but also very easy.  Today we will be taking a look at the SpyIPCam747W which is a wireless network camera that also features pan and tilt control, motion detection, night vision, and 2-way audio transmission.  Let’s take a look at the SpyIPCam747W Wireless Network camera and see if it’s perfect for your surveillance needs.  Special thanks to <a href="" target="new"></a> for providing the <a href="" target="new">AirLink 101 SpyIPCam747W Wireless Network Camera</a> to review. is a great place to find <a href="" target="new">Surveillance Cameras</a>.


QNAP TS-809 Pro Network Attached Storage Device Review

ThinkComputers has an outstanding appreciation for QNAP's network attached storage devices. We really liked the TS-109 Pro and TS-209 Pro II, and recommended highly the TS-409U rackmount unit. QNAP's back with the TS-809 Pro, an eight bay tower NAS with dual Ethernet interfaces, five USB ports, and a serial and VGA port. This beast sports a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 2 GB of DDR2 RAM, plus a feature new to QNAP's devices: PC-less installation. ThinkComputers has the review.


Synology DS-409+ Network Attached Storage Device Review

Storage device maker Synology introduced the DS-409+ a few months ago into a market filled with competitors. The NAS sector is booming right now as small businesses and even home users are realizing the benefits of a NAS: less power draw, persistent backup, media services, and compact units. The DS-409+, as the name alludes, is a business-class four-bay device ready to serve up a variety of protocols, services, and other devices to a network. ThinkComputers checks it out in this review.

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