Saturday, May 25th
Updated - The Buffalo WZR-300HP runs on DD-WRT out of the box. But don't expect miracles from its "high power" branding.
Under $50 for a simultaneous dual-band "N600" router seems too good to be true. And in the case of the TP-LINK TL-TL-WDR3500 it may be.
Rosewill's RNX-N360RT is a decent enough $40 2.4 GHz N300 router.
Part 2 of our two-part review finishes up with the rest of the wireless tests and some final thoughts.
Updated - Part 1 of our two-part review looks at the routing, storage and draft 802.11ac wireless performance of Cisco's entry into the 802.11ac router arena.
WD sent a new My Net N900 with a properly-operating 5 GHz radio that showed improved performance when retested.
SharePort Go adds battery power for anywhere connectivity
Updated- We finish our review of NETGEAR's WNDR4700 CENTRIA and find its wireless performance not as compelling as its storage.
Updated - Our initial look at NETGEAR's WNDR4700 CENTRIA shows that it might achieve its goal of being "the center of your digital home" for at least some buyers.
For $200, Fluke Networks' AirMapper bridges the gap between free and very expensive wireless survey tools.
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