Buffalo WZR2-G300N Nfiniti Wireless-N Router E-mail
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Written by Steven Iglesias-Hearst - Edited by Olin Coles   
Tuesday, 06 October 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Buffalo WZR2-G300N Nfiniti Wireless-N Router
Features and Specifications
Closer Look: Buffalo AirStation
Buffalo WZR2-G300N Detailed Features
Testing and Results
AirStation Wi-Fi-N Final Thoughts
Buffalo WZR2-G300N Conclusion

Buffalo AirStation WZR2-G300N Review

The AirStation WZR2-G300N Wireless-N Nfiniti Router is more than your average router in that it includes an external switch to change between router and access point modes, It can be integrated into your current network and used purely as an access point, or if you are looking to upgrade, it works as a router for your Cable/DSL connection. Designed to IEEE802.11n Draft 2.0 specifications with claims of up to 4x the range and up to 12x the speed over wireless G.

Buffalo technology bring a unique level of security native to their airstation product line - The AirStation One-Touch Secure System (AOSS), Put plainly this means if you have another AOSS airstation wireless product, such as a network card in your laptop, you can create a connection simply and securely with the push of a button, much the same as connecting a wireless keyboard to its receiver, This makes good business sense on the side of buffalo - and product compatibility is also a major factor with new innovations. The easy setup CD is just that - Easy, simply pop it in your disc drive and follow the step by step instructions and you'll be up and running in under 5 minutes.

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With all these features this should prove to be a great product, The style of the router is a little old school but i like that - I'm not a big fan of white plastic or over built bulky products.

About Buffalo Technology

Buffalo is a global manufacturer of innovative storage, multimedia, and wireless networking products for the home and small business. The company is recognised as the Number 1 total PC peripheral manufacturer in Japan, and was the worldwide consumer NAS market leader in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 (In-Stat).

The company's storage products are addressing the needs of the individual and the business, providing cost-effective network attached storage (NAS), portable and desktop hard drives, multimedia players, Wireless LAN routers and a versatile line of USB flash drives, which together offer a complete and integrated solution for the small office and digital home environment.

Buffalo's product portfolio includes its TeraStation NAS devices which are specifically designed to bring Enterprise storage to the SMB. The LinkStation range of NAS products, takes multimedia NAS to the home. The LinkStation Live & Mini enables you to create a central location to store files, photos and music, simply and easily. The NfinitiTM range of easy-to-use, high performance wireless networking products for the SMB/SoHo and home user, with industry-leading AOSSTM (AirStation One-Touch Secure System) technology, allows users to build and manage secure wireless networks at home or in the office at the push of a button.

Buffalo's strong international industry alliances with companies such as Intel, BroadcomTM, Nintendo and Microsoft have allowed it to lead the industry in the development of the latest technologies into practical tools for the business and the home. Headquartered in Japan, Buffalo Technology has offices in the UK, France, The Netherlands, Germany, USA and Taiwan.



 

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# RE: Buffalo WZR2-G300N Nfiniti Wireless-N Routerxxx 2010-05-03 23:43
What point was test 20 mbps internet connection??? Can't you setup test environment with 1gb pc wired to 802.11n. My old wrt54gl can handle these speeds!
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# N/AFrederick A. Dominski 2010-12-09 09:58
Is the WZR2G300N router compatable with Verizon FIOS technology? And what is it's indoor range where walls and furniture are obstacles?
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# N/AFrederick A. Dominski 2010-12-10 15:55
Is the WZR2G300N router compatable with Verizon FIOS technology? And what is it's indoor range where walls and furniture are obstacles? When will you answer.
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# RE: N/AOlin Coles 2010-12-10 16:04
Why don't you ask this question in our forum? The comment system isn't for questions, it's for comments.
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