A Bunch of SSDs

Everything You Need To Know about Solid-State Drives

You might have heard of solid-state drive (SSD). This post will explain this type of storage and its variant (i.e., SATA SSD vs. NVMe SSD) and how they are different…

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W Fi 6 Routers

Home Wi-Fi 6 Solutions Compared: Which to Consider

I’ve frequently been receiving requests regarding similar Wi-Fi 6 solutions compared against each other — those along the lines of “This one vs. that one, which should I get?”. It’s…

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Best Wi-Fi 6 Routers of 2020

If you’re like me, chances are you have mostly Wi-Fi 5 devices in your home right now, and that means you don’t necessarily need to look into Wi-Fi 6 routers…

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Qualcomm Intros Wi-Fi 6E Chips For Smartphones and Routers

If you’ve been holding your breath for Wi-Fi 6E, here’s some excellent news. Qualcomm just announced its brand new portfolio of wireless chips that support this latest standard, the FastConnect…

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D Link DIR X1560 Router

D-Link DIR-X1560 Review: A New, yet Neglected, Wi-Fi 6 Router

I can’t figure out what the D-Link intends to achieve with the DIR-X1560 EXO AX1500 Wi-Fi 6 router. At around $100, this entry-level router sure is not the most affordable…

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Holding Your Breath for Wi-Fi 6E? Here’s All You Need to Know!

You might have heard of Wi-Fi 6E — I mentioned it briefly in this piece about Wi-Fi 6 as a whole. This post focuses on the details of this new…

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TP Link Archer AX11000 Router 3

TP-Link Archer AX11000 Review: An Excellent yet Ridiculously Misleading Wi-Fi 6 Router

The TP-Link Archer AX11000 MU-MIMO Tri-Band Gaming Router looks like a duck. It tries super-hard to walk like a duck. But it can’t swim, nor does it quack. So chances…

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Samsung T7 and T7 Touch Review: Well-Rounded Portable SSDs

At some $120 for 500GB — or $220 and $380 for 1TB and 2TB, respectively — the Samsung T7 Touch is quite a great deal. Or, starting today, you can…

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D-Link to End its Dynamic DNS Service on July 2nd

You read that right. D-Link’s Dynamic DNS service will soon be no longer. The networking vendor sent out an email to its customers today announcing that the free DDNS included…

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How to Pick that Perfect Router for Your Situation

This post aims to set your expectations right and help you figure out how to pick the best Wi-Fi router in your situation. I’ve already written quite a bit on…

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Best Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Systems of 2020

You’ll find in this post the best Wi-Fi 6 mesh systems you can get right now. It’s worth noting that even when you don’t have updated clients, Wi-Fi 6 is…

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TP-Link Archer AX10 Review: An Underrated Budget Wi-Fi Machine

It’d make sense if you think you can just cut the Archer AX50‘s performance in half to figure out that of the Archer AX10. But you’d be so wrong. Indeed….

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RT AX58U vs AX3000

Asus RT-AX3000 and RT-AX58U Review: A Pair of Excellent Little Wi-Fi 6 AiMesh Performers

The Asus RT-AX3000 (as well as its RT-AX58U variant) is among the most affordable Wi-Fi 6 routers in the market, and that’s the least interesting thing about it. This little…

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TP-Link Archer AX50 Review: A Nice Surprise of a Wi-Fi 6 Router

The Archer AX50 is the international and better variant of the slightly stripped-down Archer AX3000 TP-Link made exclusively for Walmart in the U.S late last year. Since the two are…

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Silicon Power PC60 Review: A Featherlight and Speedy Portable SSD

The Silicon Power PC60 is not a novelty, yet it manages to be somewhat of a one-of-a-kind storage device. The new portable solid-state drive (SSD) is super-light, ultra-compact, and delivered…

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How to Properly Build a Home Wi-Fi Network – The Ultimate Guide

This post will help almost anyone, including those without networking know-how, set up a home Wi-Fi network from scratch. If you’ve never worked on a router before — or don’t…

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