TRENDnet's AC1900 router is ready for your purchase now.
D-Link has rolled out two 802.11ac access points.
TP-LINK is now shipping a powerline-based N300 wireless range extender.
D-Link has started shipments of its portable 802.11ac router.
Buffalo has announced three DD-WRT based routers.
Wilocity has announced a WiGig chip for mobile devices.
NETGEAR has added two cable modem N class wireless routers.
The strongest feature of TP-LINK's TL-WA890EA N600 Universal Dual Band WiFi Entertainment Adapter is its four-port 10/100 switch.
Linksys has introduced N300 and N600 business-class access points.
Cisco's WAP561 is a small business access point that can operate standalone or in controller-less clusters.
ZyXEL's NBG6716 top-of-line AC1750 router is another QCA-based router with disappointing performance.
In our matchup of two N600 class wireless bridges, neither comes out a clear winner.
We found that beamforming can produce improved throughput. But don't get too excited.
NETGEAR's WNCE4004 N900 Video and Gaming Adapter has its good points. But 5 GHz performance isn't among them.
Linksys' WUMC710 Wireless-AC Universal Media Connector is an inexpensive alternative to buying a second AC router as a bridge. But you'll also get lower performance.
EnGenius is shipping a new indoor high-power access point.
We went back and retested the wireless performance of the three first-to-market AC1900 routers with newer firmware and found slight improvements that have changed the rankings.
Wilocity has some news for those wondering if 60 GHz wireless was ever going to arrive.
There are good reasons to pay the premium prices that AC1900 routers command. But counting on potentially higher 2.4 GHz link rates isn't one of them.
has introduced a trial for its new licensed version of inSSIDer.
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