Als je snel&simpel zonder sloopwerk een netwerk in elkaar wilt zetten, dan is de kabelloze Diamond HomeFree wellicht interessant. GA-Source heeft een review:
eyond its novelty value, how well does it really work? The HomeFree Wireless is a 1mb/second networking, which is slow by Ethernet networking standards (10mb/sec or 100mb/sec). However, the flexibility of wireless networking is definitely not something to ignore. I know that one of the biggest headaches with normal networking is dealing with the cabling, and the associated difficulty of adding a new, originally unplanned PC to the network later on. With a wireless setup, that is a thing of the past.
This is also great for LAN parties, strange as it may sound at first. It allows you to COMPLETELY freely place where any of the PCs on a network go, limited only to the maximum range (150 feet). An interesting side thought in this that if you and your buddies live in the same apartment complex, you could all get these network cards, and be CONSTANTLY networked without any cabling that your landlord could complain about. This could definitely be awesome in the right situation.