We retested Buffalo's WZR-D1800H with our new wireless test process and found that it still isn't a top 802.11ac performer.
Apple's draft 802.11ac version of its AirPort Extreme doesn't stack up very well against its competition for features or performance.
The performance of Ubiquiti's UAP-AC AC1750 class access point doesn't quite measure up to what we have found with consumer AC routers.
Updated - PowerCloud Systems' SkyDog will appeal to those who like to keep close watch on their network.
TRENDnet's TEW-812DRU is too little, too late to the AC1750 draft 802.11ac router game.
Updated - MetaGeek's inSSIDer For Office can help you dig a little deeper into your Wi-Fi problems for just shy of $200.
Updated - The
ASUS RT-N65U Dual-Band Wireless-N750 Gigabit Router disappoints in a few ways.
ASUS has fixed some of the problems we originally had with its router firmware and added some new features.
NETGEAR's AC1600 router takes the #1 position in our ranking of this emerging class of draft 802.11ac routers.
D-Link's top-of-line AC1750 router uses Broadcom's second-generation processor to produce chart-topping 5 GHz 802.11ac throughput.
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