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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.
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.
First seen at CES 2015, D-Link has just officially launched its DIR-890L AC3200 Tri-band Wireless Gigabit Cloud Router. It is also running a special SG50 promotion that will begin from February 12 until the end of this month.
Review Linksys EA9200 AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router: The ideal router for the connected household
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.
With concurrent 433Mbps Wireless-AC and 300Mbps Wireless-N bands, users can quickly convert a single wired or wireless Internet connection into a shared Wi-Fi network for other wireless devices.
D-Link has just announced its new Ultra Performance series of 802.11ac routers, which includes the monstrous tri-band 8-antenna DIR-895L/R capable of delivering a maximum data transfer rate of a whopping 5300Mbps.