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Draft 802.11ac Goes The Distance. Buffalo WZR-D1800H AirStation Reviewed - Part 2

Buffalo WZR-D1800HUpdated - In Part 2 of our coverage of Buffalo's first-to-market WZR-D1800H draft 802.11ac router we see how 5 GHz throughput holds up over range and review 2.4 GHz performance.

Draft 802.11ac Revealed! Buffalo WZR-D1800H AirStation Reviewed - Part 1

Buffalo WZR-D1800HUpdated - In Part 1 of our coverage of Buffalo's first-to-market WZR-D1800H draft 802.11ac router, we look at how much more wireless throughput you can really get from a "1300 Mbps" router.

NETGEAR Unveils More Draft 802.11ac Products

NETGEAR logoNETGEAR today set the ship timeframe for its R6300 draft 802.11ac router, and added two members to its draft 11ac product line.

Cisco Linksys EA2700 Retest

Cisco EA2700We found the key to enabling 40 MHz mode in 2.4 GHz and retested the EA2700 to add those results.

NETGEAR Antes Up With Its Draft 802.11ac Router

NETGEAR logoUpdated - NETGEAR has announced its draft 802.11ac router.

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.

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