We take a look at how five Wi-Fi 6 routers perform with a Wi-Fi 6 client.
Updated - Our first look at the performance of NETGEAR's RAX80 and ASUS' RT-AX88U shows little benefit functioning as AC routers.
Updated - ASUS' RT-AC86U Dual Band AC2900 Wireless Router aims to replace the RT-AC68 as ASUS' mainstream midrange router.
NETGEAR's R8000P Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band WiFi Router is a redesign of NETGEAR's tri-radio router, adding MU-MIMO and improved storage performance.
Ubiquiti's Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 8 150W is a powerful managed switch that can be challenging to configure
Linksys' EA9300 Max-Stream AC4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router tries to spiff up the 3x3 "tri-band" router market with higher link rates, MU-MIMO and a much more powerful CPU.
ASUS' GT-AC5300 Wireless-AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit Router is a slightly beefed-up version of its RT-AC5300 predecessor.
Updated - NETGEAR's R7000P Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router with MU-MIMO is the company's attempt to lure you away from the Nighthawk that started it all.
Wi-Fi may have a better shot than 5G LTE in the race to be the next mobile technology.
ASUS's Best Buy exclusive RT-AC1900P Dual-band Wireless-AC1900 Gigabit Router is not a great leap forward from the RT-AC68U.