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Although the next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard is still under development, several routers are available offering high throughput in the 5GHz frequency band.
The Fritz!Box 3370 broadband router will appeal to those who don't need AVM's customary analogue and DECT telephony features, but it's on the pricey side.
QNAP's new Atom-powered NAS boxes offer a good range of enclosure sizes and deliver better performance than the previous Marvell-based models.
If network cabling is impractical, Synology's Wi-Fi-equipped DS213air may prove useful. Aside from its wireless capability, it's a capable 2-bay NAS with excellent management software.
This 10.1in. Android 4.0 tablet/keyboard combo sees Archos move beyond its customary media-consumption niche.
The KACE K1000 management appliance gets updated hardware and a one-click software upgrade that adds support for a wider range of platforms — including Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
Synology's new 4-bay NAS includes a dual-core CPU with hardware AES encryption, the latest DSM 4.1 software and a new Web Assistant for discovery and installation.
This tri-band GSM phone has fairly ordinary everyday specifications, but it has one extraordinary capability: it supports secure encrypted phone calls. The Enigma E2 is expensive — but if security is paramount, it does the job.
This slimline 15in. notebook has many Ultrabook characteristics, including slim dimensions, light weight, SSD storage and no optical drive. It's not cheap though.