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Asus RT-AX89X Review: All Wi-Fi Bases. Covered. And More!

If you’re the type who gets excited about nice-looking and powerful home networking devices with a ton of ports, the Asus RT-AX89X will hit you like a six-pack of RedBull….

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Linksys MX10 Review: The Best-to-Date Velop for a Price

Belkin’s latest Linksys MX10 Velop AX mesh system reminds me of the Asus Rt-AX92U. Both are unconventional Wi-Fi 6 solutions. However, while the Asus was a bit problematic and buggy…

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Asus RT-AX92U Review: The Cute Little Odd One Out of AiMesh

The Asus RT-AX92U, which came out mid last year, is an interesting case that you probably only find during the transition between two Wi-Fi standards, namely from Wi-Fi 5 to…

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AiMesh: Asus’s Ongoing Journey to Excellent Wi-Fi

  AiMesh is a free feature Asus brought to most of its routers in early 2018, and it has proved to be one of the best ways to build a…

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Netgear Nighthawk RAX40 Review: Wi-Fi 6 for the Budget Minded

The Nighthawk RAX40 AX4 4-Stream Wi-Fi 6 router (model RAX40) is Netgear’s slightly stronger alternative to the entry-level TP-Link AX3000. Currently, at less than $150, it’s more affordable than many…

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Asus ZenWiFi AX Review: The Best AiMesh System to Date

  The ZenWiFi AX AX6600 Whole-Home Tri-band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (model XT8) is a souped-up version of the CT8. Both are part of the new ZenWiFi family Asus announced…

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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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Ubiquiti AmpliFi Alien Mesh Kit Review: An Odd Pair of Wi-Fi Tango

If my previous mentioning of the AmpliFi Alien router’s mesh portion sounded a bit like a tease, that’s because, at the time, I knew Ubiquiti would release an Alien Kit,…

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Netgear Orbi AX6000 Review: Great Wi-Fi for a Hefty Price

Even at a reduced street price of $650, Netgear’s new Orbi WiFi 6 System AX6000 (model RBK852) is crazy-expensive. It’s an excellent Wi-Fi system but, for my money, not hundreds-of-dollars…

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Ubiquiti AmpliFi Alien Review: A Peculiarly Good Router

The Ubiquiti’s new AmpliFi Alien is a weird one. It’s unlike any other tri-band routers I’ve seen. In many ways, this new Wi-Fi 6 router is similar to the Arris’s…

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TP-Link Archer AX3000 Review: Wi-Fi 6 Made Affordable

With the Archer AX3000, which is also available the Archer AX50 variant, TP-Link manages to hit that current sweet spot of Wi-Fi 6. The router delivers the performance level of…

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ARRIS SURFboard mAX Pro Review: Excellent Wi-Fi Stunted by Zero Multi-Gig Port and Scant Customization

ARRIS’s first Wi-Fi 6 offering, the SURFboard mAX Pro AX11000 Mesh system (model W133), is a bit of an exaggeration. Without a multi-gig network port, it can’t deliver max Wi-Fi…

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Asus RT-AX88U Review: A Router for True Gigabit Internet

The Asus RT-AX88U is one of the first Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) routers on the market, and I was quite excited to get my hands on it. So excited, I decided…

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Netgear RAX200 Review: Nice, Super-Fast but Overpriced

The Netgear Nighthawk AX12 12-Stream AX11000 Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router (model RAX200), unveiled back in March, is easily one of the most, if not the most expensive, Wi-Fi router on…

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Asus GT-AX11000 Wi-Fi 6 Router Review: Gamers’ Delight

The new Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 router looks so similar to the GT-AC5300 — if you think Asus has run out of design creativity with this one, that will make…

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Netgear RAX120 Router Review: The Multi-Gig Age Is Here

The Netgear Nighthawk AX12 12-Stream AX6000 WiFi 6 Router (model RAX120) is my second Wi-Fi 6 router, after the Asus RT-AX88U, yet it feels like the first. That’s because I…

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