Want to upgrade your home network to 802.11ac? Well ASUS just announced the RT-AC52U with USB-AC50, an AC750 dual-band router and AC450 wireless adapter package that provides consumers with an extremely affordable instant upgrade to the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology – for super-fast data-transfer speeds of up to 733 Mbit/s.
Buffalo unveiled this week its AirStation AC433 Travel Router, a tiny device offering big bandwidth. The AC433 is 1.75 inches square and is powered via USB. Its throughput is 433 Mbps on the 802.11ac 5 GHz band or 150 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz/5 GHz 802.11n band, selectable via a hardware switch.
TRENDnet announced this week its new flagship router, the TEW-818DRU, an AC1900 wireless router with a USB port. It offers up to 1.3 Gbps throughput on the 5 GHz 802.11ac band and 600 Mbps throughput on the 2.4 or 5 GHz N band.
The Wi-Fi router range for home networks depends on a number of variables, such as the size of the home and the number of devices that are going to be in use. For example, a single story home can get away with a router offering an average range, a couple of LAN ports, 2 antennas and 802.11n standard.
The RT-AC68U Wireless-AC1900 Dual-band router has finally been announced by ASUS and its availability at pre order is now possible with the help of selected resellers. ASUS has always been a popular name in this industry and it is one of the leading brand names in technology and this much awaited release has finally been communicated to the onlookers by ASUS in an official announcement.
TP-LINK, famous for providing excellent quality networking products, has introduced its Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender of 300 mbps. This device ensures enhancement of connectivity with its ability to increase the signal coverage by almost 40 percent. This ensures fast working and keeps your mobility as a priority throughout.
Linksys has just announced its new top model in their Smart Wi-Fi router lineup, the Smart Wi-Fi AC1900 Router. This router will offer speeds of up to 600 Mbps to Wireless-N clients and up to 1300 Mbps to Wireless-AC clients.
According to D-Link, its upcoming gaming-focused network router, the DGL-5500, will start off with its shipping on August 1. Customers located in the States can pre-order the device now for $199.99 USD. This router uses Qualcomm’s StreamBoost technology to prioritize specific apps and games.