Wireless routers are getting faster and faster and the latest ones can support a combined throughput of a whopping 5300Mbps. How is that possible? And how good are they? We are going to find out today by pitting the latest AC5300 class routers against each other.
With 802.11ac clients becoming more mainstream, there has never been a better time to invest in a 802.11ac compatible router. We pit four of the finest AC1900 class routers from the biggest names in networking - ASUS, D-Link, Linksys and Netgear - to find out which is best.
Rivet Networks has revealed more details on its upcoming Killer E2500 NIC, which will feature more intuitive software and improved hardware performance like lower packet processing latencies.
D-Link has just announced its new DAP-1860 AC2600 Wi-Fi range extender, which supports MU-MIMO technology and supports speeds of up to 2600Mbps on its dual frequency bands.
Tri-band routers are ideal for homes with many connected devices. And today we will be taking a close at look at three of the newer AC3200 class tri-band routers from some of the most established names in home networking - Linksys, Netgear and TP-Link.
ASUS has just announced the new USB-AC68, a pocket-sized USB Wi-Fi adapter that supports speeds of up to 1300Mbps on 5GHz bands
ASUS has just launched its new PCE-AC88 Wi-Fi PCIe adapter. It will allow desktop users to reach speeds of up to 2.1Gbps on the 5GHz band.
Trendnet has just announced its new TEW-809UB AC1900 wireless adapter, which has incredibly large antennas.
M1 and Nokia announced a strategic partnership to bring a commercial NB-IoT network for machine-to-machine communications by the first half of 2017.
DBS/POSB is starting a trial of new Video Teller Machines which will let you do “face-to-face” banking through a machine.