The Small Wonder: Belkin's Connect N150 Wifi Router is Linux-Friendly

Posted by acrossad on Oct 25, 2010 3:29 AM EDT
Acrossad.org; By Rex Djere
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Yesterday, I stopped by my local Walmart to buy a wireless router for my network. I wanted something small with good performance, a good price, and compatible with GNU/Linux. As I searched the computer electronics aisle, I saw wireless routers ranging from over $100 all the way down to about $60. However, $60 was more than I wanted to spend. I didn't need anything fancy, just something that would allow me to get on the Internet with my IBM T40 laptop and my Dell netbook. I didn't need IEEE 802.11n, 802.11g is fast enough for my network needs. I looked down and I saw the little white and yellow box containing the Belkin Connect N150. It seemed like a nice looking device, which made me quite happy. I was even happier when I saw the price: $29.95!

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Nice to see Linux (& compat) product reviews JaseP 1 502 Oct 25, 2010 3:27 PM

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