Buffered VPN review: It gets the job done

Buffered VPN review: It gets the job done

Buffered VPN in brief:P2P allowed: YesBusiness location: Budapest, HungaryNumber of servers: 30+Number of country locations: 46Cost: $99 per yearBudap

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Buffered VPN in brief:

P2P allowed: Yes

Business location: Budapest, Hungary

Number of servers: 30+

Number of country locations: 46

Cost: $99 per year

Budapest-based Buffered VPN isn’t an exceptional product. It ‘s not particularly speedy, its Windows app is serviceable but nothing special, prices are a little high, and its server count and country locations aren’t that impressive. Still, in my time with it, I found the VPN to be pretty good.

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Buffered VPN’s primary interface.

Buffered has a very simple one-panel interface with a list of every country it supports. To connect to a country, you just scroll down the list to your desired country, click on the entry, and the app starts connecting you. It would be nice if you could search for a desired country, but currently you have to use your mouse or touchpad.