Updated: NETGEAR’s RAXE500 Nighthawk Tri-Band WiFi 6E Router is the most expensive 6E router right now, but delivers good performance on all bands.
Updated: Linksys’ Hydra Pro 6E is a slightly more affordable Wi-Fi 6E router with good 6 GHz, but disappointing 2.4 and 5 GHz performance.
Updated: Our Revision 11 process brings multiple clients and a change to WAN-based testing.
It’s harder than you think for that expensive router of yours to deliver all the throughput the big number on its box promises. We show you why.
Updated: We’re taking a look at whether Wi-Fi 6E is worth waiting for, using ASUS’ first-to-market top-of-line GT-AXE11000 ROG Rapture.
Wi-Fi ping spikes aren’t always caused by a poor connection. Your router settings could be to blame.
Updated: Here’s a quick primer on Wi-Fi 6E.
…And we’re back. But things are going to be different.
Our test of six Wi-Fi 6 routers found no significant benefit from OFDMA.
We resume our quest to find OFDMA’s promised benefits, by first trying to find a good benchmark test.
OFDMA, a key Wi-Fi 6 feature, is still mostly absent from consumer routers and makers are not telling us.
We take a look at how five Wi-Fi 6 routers perform with a Wi-Fi 6 client.