ASUS has made incredible strides in the realms of consumer networking routers in the past couple of years. The RT-AC68U is their latest flagship and we check it out to see if it can continue ASUS' rapid rise to networking ascendency.
The ASUS WL-330NUL Pocket Router is just 6.5cm long and weighs a mere 17.5g and is dubbed by its maker as the world's smallest router. We check it out to see what this little device can do.
As successor to the SMCWGBR14-N model released almost four years ago, the N2 comes packed with most of the standard features you would expect from a low cost current-generation single-band Wireless-N router. We find out if this wireless SOHO gateway is a decent consideration.
Touted to be a real dual-band router capable of handling HD streams, the Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti WZR-HP-AG300H comes loaded with the same DD-WRT firmware that's not foreign to its previous routers. Will this just be yet another typical dual-band Wireless-N Gigabit router and access point? We find out.
The PC Show is now upon us, and there will be a horde of tech-hungry consumers. If you want to get something, you'd have to be quick, so here's our Personal Computing buying guide to help you hit fast, and and get out of the PC Show safe and sound.
Belkin first revealed their revamped brand identity during CES 2012. For the benefit of local consumers, Belkin staged an official launch today to showcase their new corporate logo as well as a slew of home networking products and iPhone/iPad accessories. Here's our coverage of the event held at Hummerstons.
The increase of users migrating to fiber broadband networks in Singapore lately spawned an increase of 802.11n routers churned out. The Edimax BR-6475nD is one such router. Will it deliver? Here's our lab assessment.
Following up on the success of the RT-N16 model, ASUS has gone from strength to strength with the dual-band wireless-N RT-N56U which boasts of more efficient signal coverage and data throughput speeds. Is it worth its salts? Dig in to our 'dazzling' review now!
EnGenius' latest foray into the consumer scene takes the guise of the ESR9855G gaming router. Engineered with networking goodies such as Gigabit ports, 802.11n throughput rates and priority features, we find out if this access point is game enough for the big guns.
Belkin did the less tech-savvy folks a good turn today with the introduction of four user-friendly 802.11n routers engineered with fun applications and easy setup process. Here are some highlights from the launch.