D-Link is shipping AC750 Wi-Fi routers (DIR-818LW) available in red, teal, black, and white. Equipped with four Gigabit Ethernet ports, they feature dual-band technology enabling users to perform simple Internet activities on the 2.4GHz band, and more demanding activities on the interference-free 5GHz band.
Certified for the 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, the WRT1900AC has incorporated additional features since its unveiling at the CES 2014.
Huawei today announced the availability of its 5.5-inch Honor 3X smartphone, the 7-inch MediaPad X1, the mobile Wi-Fi device Miao Wang, and the home entertainment device, Media Q. All four devices are available in stores today.
Prolink is launching two new Wireless-N Extenders, models PWN3701 and PWN3702P, this month. Both devices support wireless data transfer speeds of up to 300Mbps, and are compatible with 802.11b/g/n wireless access points.
Intel has announced that Thunderbolt Networking, which allows computers to connect together with a standard Thunderbolt cable to do high-speed transfers, is coming to Windows PCs soon.
With five operation modes for your different networking needs, the new DAP-1665 is capable of delivering speeds of up to 1200Mbps over its two bands that can be used simultaneously.
Designed to eliminate Wi-Fi dead zones, the DAP-1520 provides wireless speeds of up to 750Mbps, enabling seamless web browsing and high bandwidth Internet activities like HD video streaming and online gaming.
Wireless storage drives command a notable premium over regular drives, but Toshiba's new Stor.e Wireless Adapter will help turn any external hard disk into a wireless one, thus saving you a tidy sum from not ditching your existing drive.
BoostBand Technology streamlines dual band network traffic between the REC15A and the router through a single Wi-Fi frequency band, improving overall speeds and performance of the extender.
Intel’s new MXC fiber optics cable is touted to offer data transfer rates of up to 800Gbps. The MXC cable is jointly developed by Intel, Corning, and US Conec, with the aim of replacing current 10Gbps interconnect cables used in data centers and supercomputing setups.