Cisco's "new" top-of-line wireless router has nothing different to offer in either features or performance.
An updated driver for our Intel WiFi Link 5300 test client helps Cisco's Linux-based draft 11n router move up in the Wireless Charts.
The WRT120N is Cisco's entry into the single-stream draft 802.11n market. But don't go crying to them if it only works at 802.11g speeds.
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.Read More
Updated: Here's a quick primer on Wi-Fi 6E.Read More
Wi-Fi ping spikes aren't always caused by a poor connection. Your router settings could be to blame.Read More
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when Wi-Fi devices roam, or more likely don't? We'll show you why the "seamless" roaming Wi-Fi gear makers promise is still as elusive as a Yeti.Read More
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.Read More
We reveal the secrets of why your devices don't always connect where you want them to and what you can do to fix it.Read More