Saturday, May 25th
Updated: D-Link's DIR-605L Cloud Router is a decent entry-level 802.11bgn router, but not really very cloud-enabled.
Updated - Amped Wireless' R10000G has impressive routing and wireless throughput. But it doesn't live up to its "long range" promise.
Updated - ASUS' RT-N66U "Dark Knight" router is causing quite a stir. Our full review's wireless performance tests confirm the reason why.
TRENDnet's dual-band three-stream N bridge can produce some really high throughput.
The TP-LINK TL-TL-WR1043ND isn't too bad for an under $60 single-band 802.11n router with Gigabit ports.
The Linksys E4200V2 may have completely new innards. But its performance compared to the original is more alike than different.
D-Link's second member of its "HD Media Router" line has much better wireless performance than its first.
EnGenius' EAP-300 may look nice on your ceiling, but it's not a great performer.
TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND Ultimate Wireless N Gigabit Router has been tested and added to the Router Charts.
We've changed our dual-stream test client and retested the WNDR4500.
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