The R6300 has served as the flagship model for around 1.5 years. Now, however, there is the R7000, which carries the name Nighthawk ... and we’ve tested it.
The first 802.11ac router we tested was the Netgear R6300, back in the summer of 2012, but it has been relatively quiet at Netgear regarding 802.11ac since then. Until now.
Wireless access points are still useful in certain situations and are still widely available. We tested 20 recent models to find out which one is the best for you.
D-Link recently overhauled its line of routers and replaced them with 802.11ac models. We tested the new flagship product, the DIR-868L, which is capable of some very impressive performance indeed.
If you've ever sat in your garden and struggled with weak wireless signal, this is the device for you. EnGenius' access point is resistant to dust and rain, and boosts coverage more than a repeater.
There are bigger phablets on the market from other players, but you could call the Sony Xperia Z Ultra the largest phone from one of the major brands.
A slow wireless connection - it's not fun but it can plague any of us. We can show you how to perform first-aid next time your home network suffers a bout of sluggishness.
In order to compare the fast inkjets with their laser all-in-one brethren, we picked two that impressed us. The HP Laserjet Pro M175nw and the Samsung CLX-3185FW will provide comparison material.
When you print frequently, it's nice if you don't constantly have to change paper or ink cartridges but you don't want a huge box of a machine either; this offers the best of both worlds.
In order to get a good overview of the market, we've tried to get all currently available 450Mbps routers into our lab to put them through our usual rigorous tests.
Today we'll take a closer look at what's out there right now and what you can expect from a switch in this day and age, and we've picked out 12 to compare specifically.
Dual-band routers are now faster than single-band and have an extra frequency that experiences much less interference. Why would you even consider a router that can only operate on one frequency?
While we aren't particularly impressed by its looks, what we really care about is performance; read on to see how it did under test conditions.
We tested the model to find out how the AC1750 fares against more expensive 802.11ac routers from TP-Link's competitors.
We took the 32GB model for a month-long spin and used it as our main phone; read on to find out how that experience was, but we can already say that it was surprisingly positive.
The Xerox ColorQube 8700/8900 is not an all-in-one for the average or even the most demanding consumer, unless you have too much room in your home office.
The incredibly powerful chip is aimed at so-called 'superphones' and tablets, but let's see how the Tegra 4 SoC holds up in practice.
The MC562dn looks like a dime-a-dozen printer, perhaps even with a bit of an older design, but at around £650 has more under the surface.
A fairly recent addition to the fast-improving entry-level tablet segment is the brand dServe, that is using three new tablets to get ahead of the game.
Also known as the Wireless AC 1750 Dual Band Cloud Router, this can be seen as the second D-Link flagship model of this year.
The number of 802.11ac routers is steadily increasing; The latest one we got our hands on comes from Cisco, in the form of the Linksys EA6500.
TP-Link is known for providing a lot of bang for your buck - could this be true for the new TL-WDR3600 and TL-WDR4300?
The Xperia Z smartphone turned out to be a high-quality product, and we have finally got our hands on the Sony Xperia Tablet Z.
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