Updated - In Part 1 of our coverage of Buffalo's first-to-market WZR-D1800H draft 802.11ac router, we look at how much more wireless throughput you can really get from a "1300 Mbps" router.
NETGEAR today set the ship timeframe for its R6300 draft 802.11ac router, and added two members to its draft 11ac product line.
Ruckus Wireless has announced two new 802.11n access points.
Amped Wireless has added a simultaneous dual-band 802.11n router to its line of "long-range" wireless products.
You can buy both Buffalo's draft 802.11ac router and bridge right now.
Updated - In Part 2 of our short series, we check to see if some popular routers and access points back off from 40 MHz bandwidth when they are supposed to.
Updated - If you've been wondering why your new 802.11n router won't link higher than 130 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz band, we have the answer.
We found the key to enabling 40 MHz mode in 2.4 GHz and retested the EA2700 to add those results.
Updated - NETGEAR has announced its draft 802.11ac router.