We have reviewed several AC5300/5400 devices recently and are pleased to be able to have a look at how the NETGEAR R8500 compares. While it is still expensive for a router, it is one of the cheaper devices in this class and brings some unique features to the table.
The Belkin PowerHouse offers a premium, if pricey, way to charge your iPhone and Apple Watch without the clutter.
The new Linksys LAPAC2600 access point comes at a price, but offers easy installation and management with fast, stable wireless connections.
The Amped Wireless ARTEMIS is a compact, unobtrusive router that offers reasonable performance and a top-notch user experience.
A cost effective entry into wireless AC, the Tenda AC9 is packed with features found in much more expensive routers. But how well does it perform?
The QNAP TS-453A is packed with innovation, but doesn’t deliver the strong media performance we expect.
The Comtrend GCA-6200 G.hn kit offers a reasonable alternative to Powerline and 2.4 GHz wireless, but is no match for MoCA 2.0.
The weBoost eqo promises to boost your mobile phone signal by up to 32 times – we found real world performance was rather different.
Today we take a look at the new Samsung SmartCloud service, that delivers online recording and storage for selected Samsung IP Cams.
Today we review another AC3100/AC3200 router from ASUS, the RT-AC3100. It’s a decent performer, but with a lot of competition in this category, is it the right router for you?
The ASUS RT-AC5300’s range topping performance offers blistering pace. At a price.
Synology recently released an addition to their Plus Series of NAS devices, the DS916+. This falls at the upper end of the Plus Series featuring a powerful Intel Pentium N3710 Quad-Core processor. Will Synology’s latest NAS win us over? Read on to find out…