The second version of Linksys' top-of-line AC1900 router is definitely different than the original
Linksys has updated its top-of-line AC1900 class router.
NETGEAR has announced two 802.11ac access points with built-in central management.
Best Buy thinks it has the solution for your crappy Wi-Fi. And it's not a more expensive router.
TP-LINK has released its first AC2600 class router.
There are six reasons why it might.
Ruckus Wireless announced a controller-less architecture for two of its ZoneFlex access points.
Synology apparently thinks wireless routers are a good market to be in.
NETGEAR now has two MU-MIMO routers; one announced, one not.
Amped Wireless has introduced an AC1900 class access point.
TRENDnet has started to ship an AC1200 class Wi-Fi Extender.
Amped Wireless has announced an AC1900 class range extender
It's been 25 years since Wi-Fi was created. So be nice to your wireless router today.
Quantenna said it is sampling 10 Gigabit Wi-Fi chipsets.
Ubiquiti has expanded its line of 802.11ac access points with four new models.
Google's OnHub will frustrate anyone who wants even the slightest control of their Wi-Fi environment.
NETGEAR's announced its first 4x4 MU-MIMO router. But U.S. buyers will have to wait.
eero's is ramping up beta testing of its mesh Wi-Fi system.
TRENDnet announced a PoE-powered AC1200 class access point.
ZyXEL announced a wireless hotspot with built-in thermal printer.
The design of NETGEAR's R6400 AC1750 Smart WiFi Router is more in tune with its other current products.
Tenda has announced its first AC1900 class wireless router.
Updated - Google has decided to jump into the wireless router game.
Amped Wireless' Athena RTA2600 High Power AC2600 Wi-Fi Router with MU-MIMO lets us take another whack at seeing what MU-MIMO brings to the Wi-Fi performance table.
The secrets behind MU-MIMO, revealed!
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
Our 2015 guide to choosing a wireless router focuses on AC routers.
Updated There is only one way to get reliable, high-performance whole-home (or office) wireless coverage.