ASUS is back in the game with their very first 802.11ac dual-band router. Can this Broadcom-based wireless access point supersede its RT-N66U sibling? We find out!
Ever come across a situation where you wanted to print something from your iOS device, but couldn't find a compatible printer to print to? The Lantronix xPrintServer might be able to help you. It offers auto-detection and provision for supported network attached printers, and there's no software to install.
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Encased in a sleek black frame with silver accents, the N750 includes two USB slots for printers or external drives. How will this one match up against its competitors of the same class? We find out.
We swung by Prolink's Customer Appreciation Night to find out if they had any hidden gems to reveal. Just as we suspected, we managed to uncover a very nifty portable monitor and a 4G router. Check out our thoughts from our hands-on experience with them.
Plugging directly into the power supply socket to operate, the WL556E comes with security support for WEP, WPA, and WPA2 protocols. But, will it really extend network coverage as touted? Read on to find out.
Like any other compact wireless router in the market, the Vertix PR1 is built to share your internet connection with all your devices concurrently while traveling. How will this one stack up? We check it out.
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The ASUS 'Black Diamond' RT-N56U rocked our socks off when we reviewed it just over a year ago. Let's find out if its long awaited 'Dark Knight' RT-N66U successor has the same blistering throughput speeds to offer, or if ASUS' latest dual-band router packs enough muscle to supersede its older N56U sibling.