Thursday, May 23rd
We retested NETGEAR's R6300 with our new wireless test process and found that it didn't rise to the top of the AC1750 router pack.
Quantenna is laying claim to producing the "world's first" fastest 802.11ac chipset.
EnGenius announced a free product giveaway promotion for schools, colleges and universities.
TRENDnet has started shipping an AC1200 router.
Updated - We retested two top N900 routers and one didn't fare so well.
WD's MyNet AC1300 has a good combination of performance and price in an AC1750 class router.
Updated - D-Link says its new crop of draft 802.11ac routers are ready to ship.
Linksys' EA6300 has a few performance advantages over the top-of-line EA6500 and won't lighten your wallet as much.
We retested Linksys' EA6500 with our new wireless test process and found overall higher throughput, with one exception.
We retested ASUS' RT-AC66U with our new wireless test process and found generally higher results.
You're going to get more for your money—temporarily—when you buy Linksys' new "AC1200" router.
Updated - Our new wireless test method provides a more controlled test environment with automated testing for more comprehensive results.
Linksys has decided to not replace its top-of-line EA6500 AC1750 router in the U.S.
Amped Wireless has started to ship its WiFi adapter for Windows 8 devices.
Updated - Linksys has started to ship one of the three draft 11ac routers it announced at CES and has another on deck.
NETGEAR has released free upgrades adding beamforming to some of its draft 802.11ac products.
The new SmallNetBuilder wireless testbed relies on some innovative new technology to reduce test time and enable more detailed performance analysis.
Yet another Kickstarter project is aiming to disrupt the home router market.
NETGEAR has announced an AC1600 wireless router.
Amped Wireless has announced a wall-plugged wireless range extender
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