Dell has announced three enterprise access points.
Updated - Amped Wireless has announced its first AC1750 router and is soft-launching an AC1200.
Xclaim Wireless' Xi-2 N600 class access point has good performance, but an underwhelming and frustrating user interface.
Why throw away an old router when it can transform into something else?
Linksys' EA9200 AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router is another $300 router with a tough job to convince buyers that it's worth it.
Our test of eight AC580 class USB adapters shows size does matter.
Ruckus Wireless has launched a line of SOHO / SMB access points.
Amped Wireless has announced a touchscreen controlled wireless extender
We have updated our process for testing wireless adapters and bridges.
Amped Wireless has announced a "high power" AC USB adapter.
The Linksys E8350 is a premium-priced QCA / Quantenna 4x4 router with decent performance, but dated and limited feature set.
Updated - TP-LINK's Archer C8 looks nicer than the C7 but offers no great leaps forward in performance.
Updated - Linksys has announced new routers based on Quantenna four-stream and Broadcom XStream technologies.
Update - Linksys's LAPAC1750PRO AC1750 class access point focuses on features, not performance.
UPDATE 2 - Belkin has issued an official statement regarding the problems experienced by some Belkin router users today.
NETGEAR has announced two access points and refreshed three products with more powerful processors.
We found EnGenius' ENH500 an inexpensive way to take your network where wires can't go.
Linksys's RE6500 AC1200 MAX Wi-Fi Range Extender would not be our first choice for an AC1200 class wireless extender.
Updated - The NETGEAR R7500's mix of Qualcomm and Quantenna silicon produces disappointing wireless performance.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
NETGEAR's R6300v2 delivers higher storage throughput than the original. But its wireless performance doesn't match its higher price.
We went back and retested a few AC1750 routers with the V8 testbed and compared them to AC1900 routers. What we found was surprising.
NETGEAR has announced its first AC2350 class router.
Updated - D-Link's DIR-880L first AC1900 class router is a late entry that doesn't break new ground.
TP-LINK's Archer C7 V2 performs pretty much the same as the original.