Synology's DS418j came close to taking the #1 rank for RAID5 NASes.
Open Mesh's new access points and free cloud-based management system are an attractive Ubiquiti alternative.
Trying to decide between a router and a Wi-Fi System? This experiment should help you choose wisely.
D-Link's Covr is an extender type Wi-Fi System like NETGEAR's Orbi, but takes a different approach.
The contest has ended. The winner of the eero Home Wi-Fi System is Ashish Patel.
Congratulations, Ashish! And thanks to everyone who entered.
We retested NETGEAR's Orbi and Linksys' Velop and were pleasantly surprised by one of them.
The contest has ended. The winner of the ASUS RT-AC66U is Rod Gray.
Congratulations, Rod! And thanks to everyone who entered.
Bitdefender Box is a security appliance for the home that leaves a lot to be desired.
ASUS' Lyra is late to market, with disappointing performance.
Thecus' N2350 is a two-bay SOHO NAS with decent performance that won't empty your wallet.
There's a better way to get WiFi Everywhere.
What if your Wi-Fi extender didn't have to share its radios?
We've got the first round of results from the first two AC1900 routers to hit our bench: ASUS' RT-AC68U and NETGEAR's R7000.
Updated - We finally
have our new Wi-Fi System test process up and running and ran the latest products from NETGEAR, TP-Link and eero through it.
Updated - Our process for testing Wi-Fi systems handles both mesh and extender type products.
Our 2017 guide to choosing a wireless router reflects the changing Wi-Fi landscape.
This short How To shows you how to delay your old wireless router's trip to the landfill.
Our tests show the latest AC3100 and AC5300 class routers might not be the cure for your Wi-Fi woes.
We tested seven AC routers to see if they improved throughput for an N device. We were surprised to find they did!
Updated There is only one way to get reliable, high-performance whole-home (or office) wireless coverage.
Updated - A/B/G/N/AC? G54, N300, AC1750? Does any of this tell you how fast Wi-Fi devices really can go? No. But this article does.
Measuring your network speed is a lot easier than it used to be. We'll help you choose the right tool for the job.