Our V9 wireless test process introduces new test clients and new ways of using them.
Thecus' N2810 brings Intel "Braswell" power to its two-bay small-biz lineup.
The long overdue update of our Router test process brings powerful new hardware to bear and adds functional tests.
The YI Home Camera 2 gets an A for effort, but it just can't run with the big dogs.
Updated - Circle with Disney provides suprisingly effective internet parental controls with no subscription fee.
ZyXEL's AC2200 MU-MIMO Dual-Band Wireless Gigabit Router is a one-of-a-kind MU-MIMO router, and not in a good way.
Our new wired and wireless test processes will include tougher tests and more of them.
Linksys' solution for managing groups of its business class access points is easy to use.
News has been moved to SNBForums.com and there is more of it.
We went back and retested the MU-MIMO performance of six routers and found surprising differences.
A Network Video Recorder (NVR) can do things NAS-based surveillance "solutions" can't.
We've got the first round of results from the first two AC1900 routers to hit our bench: ASUS' RT-AC68U and NETGEAR's R7000.
Measuring your network speed is a lot easier than it used to be. We'll help you choose the right tool for the job.
This short How To shows you how to delay your old wireless router's trip to the landfill.
Make sure your router's QoS can diagnose, fix, monitor and dynamically adapt to your constantly changing internet bandwidth demands.
Our new MU-MIMO test process measures both total throughput gain and scaling ability.
Our tests show the latest AC3100 and AC5300 class routers might not be the cure for your Wi-Fi woes.
Our first-ever test shows some MU-MIMO routers are not ready to handle large numbers of MU devices.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
Updated There is only one way to get reliable, high-performance whole-home (or office) wireless coverage.
Our 2015 guide to choosing a wireless router focuses on AC routers.
We once again update our Wi-Fi classification system to include new wireless classes.
Updated - A/B/G/N/AC? G54, N300, AC1750? Does any of this tell you how fast Wi-Fi devices really can go? No. But this article does.