D-Link showed a preview of its new fashionable routers, the D-Link Color series. These 802.11ac routers will come in three colors, Candy Red, Champagne Gold and Vintage Blue, and have features similar to the standard routers that D-Link ships now.
D-Link unveiled the DIR-510L, a portable router that also has a 4000 mAh battery for exceptional router life as well as portable device charging. The router creates an 802.11ac Wi-Fi access point at 750 Mbps combined over the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands perfect for sharing cellular data connections with friends, family, coworkers, and that guy that never remembers to bring his own connection to conventions.
Karma is looking to change that. “Social Bandwidth,” they call it. Karma provides the access point, you buy the bandwidth you need: no monthly bill, no contracts, no minimum usage. On top of that, when someone wants Internet, they can use your hotspot without affecting your bandwidth balance. They get their own! In fact, Karma gives you and them 100 MB whenever they sign into your hotspot and they get their own bandwidth to use. Sign up a friend using a referral link and get 500 MB instead.
Comcast is currently the largest internet service provider in the United States. They want to add a second WiFi signal to your Xfinity modem so other Comcast subscribers may access the internet when they are away from home and near your gateway. Basically Comcast will to transforming all of their customers home modems into public WiFi spots.
Want to extend your Wi-Fi range? Why not go for the dual band RP-N53 W-Fi range extender? The new range extender, announced today by ASUS uses strong internal antennas to provide its users with a wide coverage area. This N53 enables users to have a sound and a stable access to network access. The most amazing feature is that it can be used in multiple-floor buildings promising to give good network signals. The N53 can be used at home or an office. It can be kept in the backyard, the roof or as discussed before, on any floor.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera is a very interesting device as it is a camera that runs on Android. Samsung has been selling the Galaxy Camera (3G/4G-capable versions) for a while now, but today they have announced the Wi-Fi only version of the camera. This gives users who do not want to purchase a data plan with the camera the camera the ability to still use it. The camera will be available later this month for $449.99.
It always seems that no matter what improvements are made to wireless access point technology, there is always that one spot in your living or office space that has lackluster Wi-Fi reception. No matter what you do, you’re just outside the bubble, and the signal drops constantly or the throughput is so slow that you might as well be back on a 56 kbps modem. Wi-Fi extenders such as this Edimax EW-7438RPn N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender aim to fix that by cheaply augmenting the wireless network, expanding coverage and providing better reception in areas that sorely need it. Read on for the review.
Is there a room in your house where the Wi-Fi access is poor or you cannot connect at all? This is a problem for many people. Edimax has the solution in their N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender. This tiny little device plugs into any open outlet and will connect to your current wireless network thus extending it with its own 802.11b/g/n network. This is the perfect fix for people with this problem. It is small, out of the way and works great. Read on to check out our unboxing & overview video!
Jul 31, 2014 0