D-Link has made waves with its Ultra Performance Series, and now they intend to do the same in the midrange market with an ultra-stylish EXO series. Colored orange and black with a white front-facing LED, EXO looks calm, confident, and ready to attack! Despite EXO’s midrange market target, D-Link doesn’t want to compromise on performance […]
Wi-Fi is great if there is little interference and congestion. Although as more and more people add Wi-Fi to their homes and businesses, 2.4GHz, and 5GHz bands aren’t enough to alleviate congestion and cross-interference between networks. 802.11ad can provide a huge jump in throughput and less congestion since it utilizes the 60GHz band. TP-LINK just announced Talon, a MU-MIMO 802.11ad router with max throughput of 7.2Gbps.
Synology is breaking into networking at CES Unveiled 2016. Their first router, RT1900AC, features dual band 2.4GHz and 5GHz, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac with speeds up to 1900Mbps, and a very user friendly interface that works equally well on desktops or mobile devices.
For 2010, Intel has introduced a new line of processors code named “Clarkdale”, and will be known as the Core i5 600 series. At this point there are four processors in this series, the 650, the 660, the 670, and the 661. Today I will be looking at the Intel Core i5 661, a dual core LGA 1156 processor built in the 32nm process, with on-die video processing. This should make it a natural for HTPC and non-gaming rigs. How will the i5 661 fare with this geek who has had the honor of reviewing some of the most powerful video cards in the world? Read on to see!
Feb 01, 2016 0