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Linksys EA9200 802.11ac Wi-Fi router review: Solid feature set; mediocre performance, TP-Link TL-... See newest reviews

Linksys EA9200 802.11ac Wi-Fi router review: Solid feature set; mediocre performance

PC World
  • Excerpt: The router industry got a bit over its skis when it started shipping so-called "wave 2" 802.11ac routers. The hardware is real, but the firmware to turn it on still isn't available. If you have a lot of wireless clients in your home, and you use a lot of them for streaming music and video, buying a...
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TP-Link TL-WR710N travel router: Featurific, but lacking in performance

PC World
  • Excerpt: TP-Link's TL-WR710N travel router is very similar to Netgear's PR2000 Trek, but in a slightly smaller form factor. Like the Trek, it can plug straight into an electrical socket, it has a USB 2.0 Type A port for sharing storage, and it has two ethernet ports. Unlike the Trek, it supports only one...
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Trendnet TEW-714TRU travel router: This device has one great feature

PC World
  • Excerpt: You have to wonder why there are so many types of electrical plugs in the world. It's a pain in the neck that Trendnet remedies by providing three swappable plugs: One for use in the UK, one for use in the rest of Europe, and one for North America. Since most other countries use one of those three...
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Asus WL-330NUL travel router: The world's tiniest, temporarily insecure router

PC World
  • Conclusion: The WL-330NUL doesn't support WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) via either a button or software, but that's a good thing. If it did, any user who relied on that would have unwittingly ended up using one of the most easily hacked network passwords imaginable. Should you decide this router's dimensions...
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D-Link DIR-510L travel router: Fast and flexible, this one's a winner all around

PC World
  • Excerpt: Most travel routers trail the market, supporting older standards and offering limited features. Few would say that about D-Link's DIR-510L (or the Wi-Fi AC750, depending on which name you find easier to remember). This is the first travel router to support the 802.11ac standard, and it's loaded with...
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