The Asus GT-AXE16000 router has top specs and a 6 GHz frequency. While the throughput was impressive, network congestion testing concerned us.
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The TP-Link Archer A7 is a budget router that's a great value, although compromises are evident. There's no Wi-Fi 6 here, and 2.4 GHz performance is lackluster.
Asus’ entry-level gaming router gets the essentials right, with a combination of gaming-centric features in a compact shell.
The Asus RT-AX82U is a powerful mid-range Wi-Fi 6 gaming router with a myriad of features at a reasonable $229 price.
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Today, we take a closer look at D-Link's orb-shaped DWA-192 USB Wi-Fi adapter, one of the first AC1900 USB devices in today's market.
Tom's Hardware explores the basics of wireless router terminology, features, hardware and software in this informative consumer networking guide.
How does 867Mb/s of throughput on the 5GHz wireless band sound? That's what Linksys' WUSB6300 promises, but can it keep up with more modern 802.11ac adapters?
Routers get all attention when it comes to Wi-Fi networking, but picking the right adapter is just as important. Today we test four 802.11ac USB adapters.
Learn the basics of USB Wi-Fi adapters, how the underlying technology works, and what to consider before you make a purchase.