Aztech has just launched the WIPC411FHD, a Full-HD wireless IP camera that can pan and tilt.
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.
As the leading proponent of MU-MIMO, Linksys has followed up on the success of its earlier EA8500 router with the new EA7500 router - an AC1900-class router that also supports MU-MIMO. Find out if this is the AC1900 router you should have.
TP-Link has just launched the world's first 802.11ad router in Singapore. Called the Talon AD7200, this router supports the new 802.11ad standard can supports a maximum data transfer rate of up to 7,200Mbps!
This 802.11ac Wi-Fi range extender has MU-MIMO support, and the ability to cover up to 12,000 square feet.
Whether you want to watch a movie with your loved ones, play an online game without getting defeated by lag, or to connect with family and friends via video chat, the one thing you need is a fast and reliable network.
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.
Bluetooth 5 has just been officially announced and it will offer up to four times the range and double the speed of Bluetooth 4.
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.
You need customized hardware configuration to connect to the latest Singtel 10Gbps fiber network if you want to take full advantage of the speed it has to offer. But not with this new MSI motherboard. It comes with the required networking component integrated into the board right out of the box.