Remember that time when you had to perform a sort of sword dance ritual with your dysfunctional TV remote in order to make it work? To refresh your memory, it involved fanatical waving, twisting your arms into unfathomable yoga positions, and lots and lots of cursing. Those barbaric days of the dark past are almost over, pretty soon you can use ASRock Gaming’s new router G10 to turn your smart phone into a universal remote controller.
ASRock has launched its Gaming line and it will not only be for gaming motherboards. The company also released a gaming router under the brand, which happens to be the first router from ASRock. The G10 Gaming Router has a very unique unique design as you can see from the photos, but it is not all looks, it has many great features!
QNAP Systems, Inc. today released the quad-core TS-453 mini, a 4-bay vertical NAS that suits non-spacious office environments. Featuring a stylish glossy look, easy tool-less hard drive installation, simple RAM upgrade design, a quiet exhaust for heat dissipation and LED indicators with adjustable brightness controls, the elegant TS-453 mini is packed full of cutting-edge features and apps to provide day-to-day file storage, backup, sharing, synchronization and entertainment needs.
TP-LINK today announced the Archer C2 – AC750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router. The next-generation router supports the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology, delivering fast data transfer rates of up to 733 Mbps of total available bandwidth: utilizing simultaneous 5 GHz 433 Mbps and 2.4 GHz 300 Mbps connections. Simple tasks such as sending e-mails or web browsing can be handled by the 2.4 GHz band, while bandwidth-intensive tasks such as online gaming or HD video streaming can be processed by the 5 GHz band.
With high-resolution video and other large media files eating up bandwidth users of WiFi are screaming for more bandwidth. Well ASUS is coming to their call with the RT-AC3200, which is a six-stream 802.11ac router capable of 3.2 Gbps!
A disorganized network can make any upgrades a challenge to complete in a timely, organized manner. However, organizing your network cables can be much simpler than you think. Imagine your network printer goes out and you have to replace it, but when you go to the cables to remove it from the network and replace it with a new one, you unplug the wrong one. Suddenly your Internet is down and all work for the day is put to a halt.
Back in March we found some of the crazies network messes ever and since that time we’ve had quite a few submissions of really bad network messes. While most system administrators like a nice and clean cabled cabinet of servers, it does not always work out that way. So we have compiled another post of some of the most insane network messes ever! Enjoy!
Quality of wireless connectivity is subject to many factors, a few being congestion, mismatched protocols, and range. Range is the simplest to fix with hardware like Diamond’s Wireless Range Extender WR300NSI. Diamond has equipped WR300NSI with a signal strength indicator and fancy firmware. Are these features enough to successfully boost your wireless signal? We dive into this question and more in the full review.
When designing a network most system administrators like a nice and clean cabled cabinet of servers. Well sometimes it does not work out that way. We have compiled some of the craziest network messed ever! Some of these will make even the most seasoned network administrator cringe. Enjoy!
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.
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