The router is the heart of your digital home, allowing you to connect and share the Internet with everyone in your house
When choosing a new router, it’s well worth looking for products that support the Wireless N standard to get the best performance out of your network. You should also think about what activities you will use your router for. Will you be streaming HD movies to your TV? Dual band routers allow you to do so without interference. Do you want to connect mobile devices throughout your house? Routers with SmartBeamTM technology provide full coverage across your whole house, even if you have multiple floors.
Boost your wireless range and enjoy wall-to-wall coverage with an Access Point or Extender.
A Range Extender allows you to extend your wireless networks to areas of the home where the signal may not be strong enough; whilst an Access Point allows you to add wireless capabilities to a non-wireless router. So if you want to improve the speed and range of an existing wireless network or set one up, access points and range extenders offer a fast and reliable connection for all of your wireless devices.
Frustrated that your wireless won’t reach certain areas of your home? You need PowerLine.
These clever little devices use your home’s existing electrical wiring to connect everything together, simply by plugging them into standard mains sockets. Getting set-up is simple. All you need is two PowerLine Adapters or more. Connect one to your home router and the other into your room socket where you need your connection extended.
With speeds of up to 500 Mbps, PowerLine is an incredibly quick and cost effective solution to a variety of common home networking needs, from simple file sharing to streaming music and movies to connecting a media player or games console
Easily add more computers and devices to your network with a desktop switch.
Out of ports? Problem solved. Desktop switches allow you to connect more wired devices – like desktop computers and gaming consoles – to your home network. Decide how many extra ports you need and add an additional new switch. Most switches are compact in size and don’t take up much space, so you don’t have to be worried about any extra clutter.