12 Days of Christmas! - Speed Demon
Linksys EA6900 AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Wireless Router
While routers aren’t exactly sexy Christmas presents, they are still nonetheless, very practical and in fact very thoughtful gifts. Routers are one of those backbone products that work silently in the background, but are all too critical for any modern household. Sometimes a router upgrade can liberate your wireless capabilities in your home such as supporting more clients/users without having to reboot or reset your routers, stream HD content between DLNA supported products and get steady download speeds at the same time.
Among the newest in the market, the Linksys EA6900 AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi router is easy to set up and manage, and when you pair it with the Linksys WUSB6300 Wireless AC1200 dual-band USB adapter, you get high throughput results without even needing to physically connect your device to the router. The Linksys EA6900 AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router’s suggested retail price is S$339, while the accompanying Linksys WUSB6300 adapter to make full use of the router's potential costs S$99. The latter even supports USB 3.0 to ensure there's no bottlenecks at the interface level.
Guess the Next Day’s Gift Suggestion and Stand a Chance to Win One!
That’s right, we've got hints packed at the end of our daily Christmas gift suggestions and it’s up to you to guess what the next gift suggestion might be. This routine will take place every day leading up to Christmas and HardwareZone Members (residing in Singapore) who get the most number of correct guesses will stand a chance to win one of these gifts! We won’t reveal the prizes so as not to spoil the suspense of gift ideas coming up :)
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Riddle Me This: What is the Next Gift Suggestion? (Contest Hint)
Our next 12 Days of Christmas Gift suggestion is a trio of Battlefield 4 gaming peripherals (keyboard, mouse, headphones) from the gaming peripheral company that launched ultra slim gaming notebooks. Bonus tip: the company is founded in the same year as HardwareZone officially began its online publication. Now, what could they be?
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