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TRENDnet TPL-430APK WiFi Everywhere Powerline 1200 AV2 Wireless Kit Reviewed

TRENDnet TPL-430APK WiFi Everywhere Powerline 1200 AV2 Wireless KitTRENDnet's TPL-430APK WiFi Everywhere Powerline 1200 AV2 Wireless Kit is an inexpensive way to light up a Wi-Fi dead spot with surprisingly good throughput.

NETGEAR EX8000 Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band WiFi Range Extender Reviewed

NETGEAR EX8000 Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band WiFi Range ExtenderNETGEAR's EX8000 Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band WiFi Range Extender is a big, but pricey, step forward in Wi-Fi extender design.

Norton Core Router Reviewed

Norton Core RouterUpdated - Symantec thinks the promise of better internet security can sell its first Wi-Fi router, the Norton Core.

EnGenius EnMesh Whole Home Wi-Fi System Reviewed

EnGenius EnMeshUpdated - EnGenius' EnMesh Whole Home Wi-Fi System doesn't make a compelling case for buying it.

Open Mesh A40 & A60 Access Points Reviewed

Open Mesh A40 APOpen Mesh's new access points and free cloud-based management system are an attractive Ubiquiti alternative.

D-Link COVR AC3900 Whole Home Wi-Fi System Reviewed

D-Link CovrD-Link's Covr is an extender type Wi-Fi System like NETGEAR's Orbi, but takes a different approach.

Wi-Fi System Retest: NETGEAR AC3000 Orbi And Linksys Velop

Google WifiUpdated - We retested NETGEAR's Orbi and Linksys' Velop and were pleasantly surprised by one of them.

ASUS Lyra Home Wi-Fi System Reviewed

ASUS LyraASUS' Lyra is late to market, with disappointing performance.

Wi-Fi System Roundup

Wi-Fi System Roundup ProductsUpdated - 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.

Will Wi-Fi Make 5G LTE Irrelevant?

Wi-Fi NOW logoWi-Fi may have a better shot than 5G LTE in the race to be the next mobile technology.

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