We retested Buffalo's WZR-D1800H with our new wireless test process and found that it still isn't a top 802.11ac performer.
Apple's draft 802.11ac version of its AirPort Extreme doesn't stack up very well against its competition for features or performance.
The folks at Linksys appear to be doubling up on router hardware again, to your advantage.
The performance of Ubiquiti's UAP-AC AC1750 class access point doesn't quite measure up to what we have found with consumer AC routers.
Buffalo has started shipping its second-generation AC1750 router and will soon ship an AC1200 model.
TRENDnet's TEW-812DRU is too little, too late to the AC1750 draft 802.11ac router game.
Apple's new Airport Extreme doesn't offer anything new for those looking to trade up to draft 802.11ac.
Updated2 - TP-LINK has started to ship its first AC1750 class wireless router, based on Qualcomm devices.
NETGEAR is trying another draft 11ac link rate to see if it will stick.