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.
ZyXEL's NWA3560-N is pricey as a standalone AP. But could be a bargain if you're looking to dip your toe into managed AP waters.
EnGenius' ESR750H has lots of routing features and high throughput, but very disappointing wireless performance.
ASUS' RT-AC66U is not the successor to the RT-N66U that you may be hoping for.
ASUS' three stream N bridge has unique wireless performance to match its fashion-forward looks.
Updated - WD's MyNet N900 produced some of the highest wireless throughput we've seen to date.
D-Link's DIR-505 is more fully-featured than other mobile/travel routers. But also much more expensive.
Apple's former iTunes audio station has been reborn as a full-fledged simultaneous dual-band router and a not bad one, too.
We've circled back to complete our testing of NETGEAR's R6300 with its latest firmware.
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