We went back and retested all the AC1900 routers in our database with the V8 testbed.
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
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.
MetaGeek's inSSIDer Wi-Fi Helper takes a structured approach to choosing the best channel to use for your router.
D-Link's DAP-1520 Wi-Fi AC750 Dual Band Range Extender uses a different approach than we've previously seen for simultaneous dual-band wireless extension.
NETGEAR's EX6100 AC750 WiFi Range Extender has some good features, but 5 GHz performance isn't one of them.
Our second round of tests on Linksys' new router includes AC1900 client, stress, client compatibility and more.
The Buffalo WMR-300 and NETGEAR PR2000 take two different approaches to N300 travel routers.
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