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Cisco Linksys EA2700 Gigabit Dual-Band Wireless N600 Router Reviewed

Cisco Linksys EA2700Updated - Cisco's new entry-level "app-enabled" router features ho-hum wireless performance.

Cisco WAP321 Wireless-N Selectable-Band Access Point with PoE Reviewed

Cisco WAP321Cisco's WAP321 should make other makers of small business 802.11n access points sit up and take notice.

Inside Story: Cisco Linksys EA Series

Cisco Linksys EA seriesUpdated - We peeked inside Cisco's new Linksys E and EA routers so that you don't have to.

Why 802.11ac Will Kill The 5 GHz Wi-Fi Band

802.11ac IntroUpdated - 802.11ac is all about faster wireless. But it will eat up most of the 5 GHz band to do it.

Broadcom Announces 802.11ac SoC

Broadcom logoBroadcom has announced a single-chip 802.11ac device.

ASUS RT-N66U Dark Knight Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router Reviewed

ASUS RT-N66UUpdated - ASUS' RT-N66U "Dark Knight" router is causing quite a stir. Our full review's wireless performance tests confirm the reason why.

Cisco Linksys PLE400 and PLS400 Powerline AV Adapters Reviewed

Cisco Linksys PLE400 and PLS400 Powerline AV adaptersThe Cisco Linksys PLE400 and PLS400 Powerline AV adapters provided us with a few surprises.

CES 2012: Tuesday Morning News Roundup

CES LogoHere's a roundup of today's networking related news from CES.

CES 2012: Broadcom A Little Too Enthusiastic About Its 802.11ac Chips?

CES LogoBroadcom is already trying out a new moniker for its 802.11ac devices. And talking about Buffalo and NETGEAR's .ac plans.

Apple Airport Extreme Gen 5 Reviewed

D-Link DIR-825 B1Apple has switched radios in its fifth generation wireless router, but without much affect on performance.

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