Whether you want an extra wired port, or wireless at the far end of the house, powerline adapters are handy devices. TP-LINK wants to make it easy for consumers to extend their wireless networks. Unfortunately, current range extenders don’t really do the job, so TP-LINK has released TL-WPA4220KIT. This kit consists of two powerline adapters, one is an access point and the other is a standard Powerline Adapter. The access point powerline adapter will extend your wireless network to areas that need it most.
Go back to January 2013, and everyone thought Xi3′s Piston was going to be the one and only Steam Box. Fast forward to January 2014, and we now know that Steam Boxes are completely different than everyone’s first notion, but that doesn’t discredit Xi3′s Piston in any way. Xi3 has been hard at work for […]
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.
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.