We found EnGenius' ENH500 an inexpensive way to take your network where wires can't go.
Linksys's RE6500 AC1200 MAX Wi-Fi Range Extender would not be our first choice for an AC1200 class wireless extender.
Updated - The NETGEAR R7500's mix of Qualcomm and Quantenna silicon produces disappointing wireless performance.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
NETGEAR's R6300v2 delivers higher storage throughput than the original. But its wireless performance doesn't match its higher price.
We went back and retested a few AC1750 routers with the V8 testbed and compared them to AC1900 routers. What we found was surprising.
NETGEAR has announced its first AC2350 class router.
Updated - D-Link's DIR-880L first AC1900 class router is a late entry that doesn't break new ground.
TP-LINK's Archer C7 V2 performs pretty much the same as the original.
We went back and retested all the AC1900 routers in our database with the V8 testbed.
D-Link has announced an 802.11ac indoor access point .
EnGenius has announced an 802.11ac outdoor access point and N300 Media bridge.
The last half of our ASUS RT-AC87U review finds a product with superior 2.4 GHz, but disappointing 5 GHz performance.
We finish up our review of NETGEAR's R8000 Nighthawk X6 with wireless performance results and a look at how well the XStream architecture holds up under high traffic loads.
Update - The first part of our review of ASUS' RT-AC87 finds a first-in-class router that needs time to be finished
Our new wireless test method gives products under test some extra space and addresses weaknesses in the previous process.
The new SmallNetBuilder wireless testbed once again uses octoScope's core technology and kicks it up a size.
The first part of our review of NETGEAR's R8000 Nighthawk X6 finds its "Smart Connect" feature can provide higher total throughput with mixed class devices. But you may not like the result.
ASUS has officially announced its RT-AC87 Quantenna-based router.
Comcast has purchased PowerCloud Systems for its Skydog router.
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