Networking, Wireless & VoIP

Netgear Nighthawk R7000 wireless router

Sitting at the peak of Netgear’s consumer router mountain, the Nighthawk R7000 is a high-powered unit that’s aimed at gamers and anyone else who wants to supercharge their home network. It features the latest wireless standard, 802.11ac, and it has a dual-core processor on the inside to make sure all of its networking functions run as smoothly as possible. Furthermore, it’s designed with plenty of attitude, and this should make it appealing to potential customers even before its specs are known.

Belkin AC1800 Dual Band Wireless Modem Router

Belkin's AC1800 Dual Band Wireless Modem Router is a two-in-one ADSL2+ modem-router with an 802.11ac wireless performance of up to 1300Mbps. It maintains the physical shape and exterior finish of other recent Belkin routers that we've tested, and its interface is the same, too, but make no mistake, this is Belkin's flagship wireless router for home users.

Actiontec ScreenBeam Pro WiDi adapter

Actiontec's ScreenBeam Pro WiDi (wireless display) device is one that can be used easily and conveniently to stream the contents of your laptop or phone screen to a big-screen TV. It works with the latest Intel Wi-Fi chips that support WiDi, and it should also work with many phones and tablets that support Miracast, such as Microsoft's Surface Pro 2.

TP-Link TD-W8980 N600 modem-router

TP-Link's TD-W8980 is an ADSL2+ modem-router that's fit to the run the Internet distribution needs of a fairly typical home network. We found it to be a reliable performer during our extended test period, and it was also very easy to set-up and use. Not bad traits at all for a model that's also inexpensive.

D-Link DSL-2890AL 802.11ac modem-router

A new shape has been embraced by D-Link and it's cylindrical. The company's DSL-2890AL modem-router immediately stands out because of its tall and round design, but it's also got plenty of good stuff inside. It's an 802.11ac router that can supply fast and reliable wireless performance whether you use the new 802.11ac standard or just stick with 802.11n.

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