Buffalo has started shipping its second-generation AC1750 router and will soon ship an AC1200 model.
Amped Wireless has announced its first draft 802.11ac router.
Updated - PowerCloud Systems' SkyDog will appeal to those who like to keep close watch on their network.
Update - NETGEAR's sixth draft 11ac router takes an aggressive pricing stance.
We have a new and easier way to find wireless products.
We have streamlined and improved our Wireless Charts.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has started certifying draft 802.11ac products. And says 11n will essentially be dead in four years.
TRENDnet's TEW-812DRU is too little, too late to the AC1750 draft 802.11ac router game.
NETGEAR has announced a PoE-powered N300 small-biz access point.
D-Link says you can pre-order its Qualcomm-Atheros based AC1300 router now.
Apple's new Airport Extreme doesn't offer anything new for those looking to trade up to draft 802.11ac.
Updated2 - TP-LINK has started to ship its first AC1750 class wireless router, based on Qualcomm devices.
Updated - MetaGeek's inSSIDer For Office can help you dig a little deeper into your Wi-Fi problems for just shy of $200.
NETGEAR is trying another draft 11ac link rate to see if it will stick.
TRENDnet announced new AC and N wireless gear and its first NAS at Computex.
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.
Qualcomm Atheros and MediaTek want to remind you that they are in the draft 802.11ac game, too.
Updated - We're taking a peek inside ASUS' second draft 802.11ac router and looking into the math behind the 1900 Mbps claims for its recently outed RT-AC68U.
NETGEAR's AC1600 router takes the #1 position in our ranking of this emerging class of draft 802.11ac routers.
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RT66N slows down after a while...need reboot
adblocking on merlin in a way like openwrt
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