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.
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.
The Linksys EA8500 MaxStream AC2600 MU-MIMO Smart Wi-Fi router is the first router to support MU-MIMO technology out of the box. Why is MU-MIMO important and can it deliver on its promises? We find out.
The new WRT1200AC AC1200 dual-band Smart Wi-Fi router is Linksys' latest addition to its high-end WRT lineup of routers and networking peripherals. We check it out to see if it lives up to the WRT series' lofty reputation.
If you have a lot of wireless devices at home, AC-3200 routers are the way to go since they offer the highest amount of bandwidth. And the latest to join the AC-3200 fray is Linksys with their EA9200 Tri-band Smart Wi-Fi router. We put it to the test to see if this is the router you should be getting for the new year.
AC-2400 wireless routers are all the rage now and two of the hottest routers to have landed are the ASUS RT-AC87U and the Linksys E8350. To find out which is best, we dropped them both into a ring. Last one standing wins.
The WRT1900AC router is Linksys' latest flagship router and supports the Wireless-AC standard and packs a 1.2GHz dual-core processor under its hood as well as four massive external antennae for the best possible coverage. We take a quick peek to see what this new monster router has to offer.
The Smart Wi-Fi Router AC 1750 HD Video Pro by Linksys, otherwise known as the EA6500, is the first 802.11ac router unveiled by the networking firm barely two months ago. Here's our take on the dual-band unit.
Linksys brings a brand new design and blistering speeds of up to 450Mbps on this dual-band router. Integrated with a 3x3 radio design on 5GHz and 2x3 on the 2.4GHz band, we put the sleek E4200 to the test to see if it can provide both decent range and speed.