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.
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.
Our test of five dual-band wireless extenders came up with a clear winner.
We found our first attempt at testing wireless extenders wasn't up to par. So we redesigned the test process and retested them all.
The second time isn't the charm for TRENDnet's second stab at its top-of-line TEW-812DRU AC1750 class router.
The Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router provides solid 100 Mbps routing and decent wireless performance for around $30.
Does Medialink's MWN-WAPR300N really deserve to be Amazon's best-selling router?
The real winner of our test of five AC1200 class USB adapters isn't necessarily the one that ranked the highest.
NETGEAR's WNR2500 N450 Wireless Router seems to deliver on its claims of improved range.
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