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TP-LINK AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router Review

TP-LINK AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router Review The latest D7 ADSL2+ Modem Router from TP-LINK sports simultaneous 2.4GHz 450Mbps and 5GHz 1300Mbps dual band, features a LAN/WAN combo port and comes with two USB 2.0 interfaces for connecting printers and/or storage devices. The web GUI is still based on the old design …

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TP-LINK AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point Launched

TP-LINK AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point Launched

TP-LINK AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point Launched TP-LINK, a global provider of networking products, today announced its first AC1750 Enterprise Dual Band WiFi Access Point with Power over Ethernet (PoE), the EAP320. This AP supports the latest 802.11ac standard, providing up to 1750Mbps of available bandwidth with simultaneous 2.4GHz 450Mbps and 5GHz 1300Mbps. …

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ASUS RT-AC66U AC1750 Wireless 802.11AC Router Review

ASUS RT-AC66U AC1750 Wireless 802.11AC Router Review When you cannot install Ethernet throughout your house there are a few options available, but none tantalize the same way as 802.11AC’s promise of Gigabit-esque bandwidth with ease of wireless installation. Admittedly the recent trend in marketing routers by summing their potential speed is a bit confusing, but …

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ASUS PCE-AC66 Wi-Fi AC1750 PCIe Wireless Adapter Review

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The ASUS PCE-AC66 802.11ac wireless PCIe adapter is currently the only wireless adapter I know of, that allows you to experience the wonders of 3-Stream IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi. It won’t be the last, for sure, because the gains in wireless throughput are too good to pass up. There are several significant changes in the new 802.11ac standard, and upping the maximum allowable number of spatial streams is one of them. Theoretically, eight individual streams are supported by 802.11ac, but the new chips from Broadcom top out at three streams on a single IC. That’s enough to push 1.3Gbps across the airwaves on the 5GHz Wi-Fi band, which is probably where the consumer devices will stay. There are several wireless adapters on the market that are capable of handling two streams, but right now the PCE-AC66 is alone at the top of the 802.11ac heap, with three streams and the data rates to match.

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