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From 32-port wired to 4-port wireless, there is a dizzying array of options available. KitGuru puts routers under the magnifying glass and passes judgement to make your buying choice easier.

Netgear launches Orbi Pro for businesses

In KitGuru’s recent Ultimate Mesh WiFi Router Test, Netgear’s Orbi came out head and shoulders above the competition. Having suffered terrible WiFi in hotels, convention centres and lounges across the globe – KitGuru has long wondered why more businesses don’t switch to a powerful, flexible mesh implementation. Now there’s no …

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Asus’s new router promises max speeds for multiple devices

Asus has a good history when it comes to wireless routers and this year, the company aims to improve things even further with the new RT-AC58U, a powerful AC1200-class WiFi router packed with new tech to ensure excellent coverage and performance across multiple devices. As Asus puts it, the RT-AC58U …

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ASUS and Google partner up for the OnHub 2

It seems like the original OnHub only just launched but Google already has the next version of its router lined up. While the original was built in partnership with TP-Link, the OnHub 2 is being handled by ASUS, designed to be fast, secure and easy to set up. It’s a …

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ASRock G10 Gaming Router Review

The ASRock G10 is the first 802.11ac router from ASRock, a firm that until now has been better known for its motherboard designs. It supports up to quad-stream 802.11ac wireless speeds, along with older standards such as 802.11n over both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. With a few extras as well, including …

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Google is branching out in to WiFi routers

Google may have just revealed the most stylish looking router ever with its new offering known as the OnHub. Now if you were wondering why it is shaped a bit like a bin, there is apparently a technical reason for that- Google says that the cylindrical shape will help provide more …

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TP-Link Archer D7 1750AC Router Review

Today we are taking a look at the Archer D7 1750AC Router from TP-Link. It retains many of the same features as its bigger brother, the Archer D9 AC1900, but comes in at a lower price. Could this be the best budget option for a router in 2015? Let’s find …

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Cisco licenses crypto technologies from Rambus

Rambus and Cisco this week announced that the former’s Cryptography Research division has licensed select security-related technologies to Cisco Systems. The agreement allows the latter to integrate certain security technologies into Cisco products to provide protection against unauthorized access and mitigate security threats. Given the fact that it is unknown …

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Asus RT-AC87U 4×4 (Bridge Mode) Review

We have reviewed many of the latest high performance 802.11AC capable routers in recent months. ASUS recently sent us not one, but two of their RT-AC87U routers to test performance in single and bridge mode. Bridge Mode allows a second RT AC87U to be utilised as a ‘receiver’ – theoretically …

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