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.
Despite AC1900 routers being around for over two years now, very few devices are actually capable of maximizing the speed offered by these routers. Fortunately, D-Link has released an AC1900 compatible USB adapter for users to take full advantage of their high-end routers. The question is, can it deliver?
Is your connection to the Internet unreliable? Maybe your Wi-Fi at home is patchy? With the IT Show 2016 underway, there has never been a better time to get a new router. And here are our recommendations!
If you have lots of wireless devices at home, AC3200 class routers are the way to go, simply because they broadcast three separate networks and offer the most bandwidth. Here we pit two of the largest and most outrageous against each other to find out which is best.
Recognizing that cloud storage has become a big part of our lives, a host of new devices aimed at allowing users to have their own personal cloud has emerged. Here's an overview of the devices out there that can enable you to have your own personal cloud.
Powered by a Broadcom chipset, D-Link's latest networking entry touts both integrated cloud features and 802.11ac capabilities in a single package. Read on for our opinion on the dual-band cloud router.
D-Link unveiled their Cloud initiative today with an updated host of consumer networking products fitted with remote management and easy setup capabilities. Read on to find out more about D-Link's Cloud technology as well as their new networking toys consisting of routers, IP cameras and a network video recorder.
Will D-Link's flagship entertainment hub break out of the box or crumble in shame? HardwareZone dives in to find out if this HDTV companion is worth its multimedia chops.