Buffalo 54Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem router & USB 2.0 Adapter Kit - £49.99 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Buffalo WBMR-KG54 54Mbps Wireless ADSL Modem router and USB 2.0 Adapter Starter Kit is available at Play.com for £49.99 inc Free delivery

This is about £5 cheaper than Amazon.co.uk. Go through Quidco for 2% cashback.

Description : Everything you need in one box for you first wireless broadband network. The New AirStation Wireless-G ADSL2+ Modem Router with Buffalo's AirStation One-Touch Secure System(tm) (AOSS(tm)) uses the latest high speed wireless LAN technology delivering 54Mbps wireless throughput. The AirStation incorporates a built-in 4-Port Router with fast 100Mbps throughput and a built in ADSL2+ modem. Also includes Buffalo USB 2.0 54Mbps Wireless adapter all you need for a wireless network

Starter Kit Includes : Buffalo 54Mbps ADSL2+ Router | Buffalo 54Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter | 12V, 1.0 A power adapter, localized to country of sale | Ethernet cable | Set up CD | phone cable | ADSL2 + Phone Line filter (most countries) | Vertical stand | Warranty/Support information card

Specifications: Built-in DHCP Server | Automatically Senses Connection Type | Four Built-in 10/100 Ports for up to 4 Simultaneous Wired Devices | QoS Supports Traffic Shaping, IGMP Snooping Multicast and 4 Priority | Compliant Standards | Ultra Fast Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter | Backwards compatible for all ADSL lines | SPI Firewall Protection and DoS Attack Prevention
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#1
Nice find edi :) Thanks!

Includes built-in ADSL2+ modem and spec looks good :-D
#2
Thank you Ray :)
banned#3
Don't forget 2% cashback with quidco.com for Play purchases!
#4
Good point Repo :) Thanks ;-)

Has anyone had experience of Buffalo wireless routers?
#5
This is not a good deal. I recently got a 3Com ADSL router with a PCMCIA wifi card, and a USB one. All this for only £29.99 at Staples.
They also had a linksys one with PCMCIA wifi card for £39.99.

May not be all staples, but it was the one in Teesside Park.
#6
andrewduffell
This is not a good deal. I recently got a 3Com ADSL router with a PCMCIA wifi card, and a USB one. All this for only £29.99 at Staples.
They also had a linksys one with PCMCIA wifi card for £39.99.

May not be all staples, but it was the one in Teesside Park.


Are you sure it has a ADSL modem build in or does it take a modem for its input. Most routers with this option require a RJ45 connection for the modem whereas the major ADSL companies packages their services with a USB modem. :pirate:
#7
Yes. It was a ADSL router with modem. I know what I'm talking about. I'm in the computing profession.
Way better than this deal. Take it or leave it.... doesn't bother me.
#8
andrewduffell
Yes. It was a ADSL router with modem. I know what I'm talking about. I'm in the computing profession.
Way better than this deal. Take it or leave it.... doesn't bother me.


Sorry andrewduffell, most of us here are not PC experts & would like to discuss / confirm things and not intenting to check ur knowledge :-D. What Workaholic raised was a valid point & I'm glad that you could confirm it.

Thanks both :thumbsup:
#9
andrewduffell
Yes. It was a ADSL router with modem. I know what I'm talking about. I'm in the computing profession.
Way better than this deal. Take it or leave it.... doesn't bother me.


Except 3Com are rubbish. Linksys are the best as they are made by Cisco. Don't have any experience with Buffalo except it seems a fairly decent price.
#10
Yes. I must admit I like linksys, but after getting a client a linksys ADSL router it bricked itself whilst setting up, and I had to return it. As there were no longer any linksys in stock I went for 3Com, and after some testing, it seems as good as the linksys in an average home environment.

My main gripe with linksys is that they don't package their products very well, and the case paintwork is often slightly worn on a brand new product. If they put everything in small plastic bags in the box, then this would solve that.
#11
andrewduffell
Yes. I must admit I like linksys, but after getting a client a linksys ADSL router it bricked itself whilst setting up, and I had to return it. As there were no longer any linksys in stock I went for 3Com, and after some testing, it seems as good as the linksys in an average home environment.

My main gripe with linksys is that they don't package their products very well, and the case paintwork is often slightly worn on a brand new product. If they put everything in small plastic bags in the box, then this would solve that.

Hi, Regarding packaging of Linksys products I can vouch for that one. Several Linksys items bought for friends, family and myself have been found to be cosmetically damaged due to the fact that the packaging is inadequate. Other than this i've a lot of faith in Linksys products. Not done much with 3com but understand that Buffalo products are generally regarded as good kit.

HTH.

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