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FRITZ!Box 7490, first test

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We just received the latest router from AVM, the FRITZ!Box 7490, which becomes the only model of this German company capable of offering speeds of 1300 Mb/s and 450 Mb/s simultaneously in both 5 and 2.4 GHz bands.

Equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity, it supports VDSL, ADSL2+ and ADSL technology (to optimize the signal and compensate for possible interferences) and has four LAN Gigabit ports and two USB 3.0 ports to connect printers and various storage devices.

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Review: ASUS RT-AC68U: A new kind of router

Introduction

Wi-Fi-AC has been established as a solution for high-speed wireless connections that can take full advantage of fast internet services, flawlessly stream HD video or simply browse the internet as reliably as a wired connection. With the development of new technologies, we’re also seeing new routers that take full advantage of this protocol and offer features to the average user that until some years ago were exclusive to business owners and professional users. The ASUS RT-RT-AC68U is a good example of this and we’ll tell you why.

ASUS RT-AC68U

Hardware

Think about everything you need from a router, and the ASUS RT-AC68U does all that and much more. Hardware-wise, it is flawless; its design is beautiful and has many great features. Without a doubt, it’s one of the best routers anyone can get, as well as one of the most complete.

ASUS’ RT-AC68U features a dual-core processor (ARM) that makes it a very fast and powerful router. It also has 128MB of Flash memory, offering an excellent ROM, and 256MB of RAM so it multitasks commendably. Its hardware is comparable to a high-end modern NAS.

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D-Link Cloud Storage 2000 Sharecenter DNS-327L Review

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Allowing you to access your files from a network, without having to use external hard drives, is one of the best features NAS (Network-attached Storage) devices can offer. These devices, commonly used by businesses, are becoming more and more popular for home users.

Today we will review one of the D-Link Sharecenter series devices, one of this series of NAS designed with home users in mind. The D-Link Sharecenter DNS-327 is the latest model of the series. Thanks to the mydlink Cloud platform, you can create your own personal cloud and access your files from anywhere, even from your tablet or smart phone, thanks to its app available for Android and iOS.

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D-Link DWA-182: Review of this Wi-Fi adapter AC1200 USB 3.0

Today we will review the D-Link DWA-182, the latest Wi-FI AC USB adapter from D-Link. The main feature of this new USB adapter is its Wi-Fi AC connectivity with selectable double bandwidth. It’s compatible with the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac standards, so we can get speeds of up to 300Mbps on the 2.4GHz thanks to its two MIMO 2T2R internal antennas and Two-Stream. If you connect a device that supports Wi-Fi N, in the 5GHz band you can reach speeds of up to 300Mbps, and if you choose to use a Wi-Fi AC-compatible device, you0ll get speeds of up to 867Mbps in the 5GHz band.

This Wi-Fi adapter features USB 3.0 connectivity as well as a WPS button to connect to the router with a single touch (the router must also support this feature).

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Review TP-Link AV200 Nano, small but deadly

TP-LINK is one of the most important brands in the market of networks and connectivity. It became known in 2005 all over the world, despite being founded back in 1996 in China.

It’s one of the most important manufacturers, present in more than 100 countries all over the planet thanks to its supreme quality and innovation policies. They’re known for their Routers, Switches, PLCs, IP cameras and printer servers.

TP-Link

Today we will review the AV200 Nano, a PLC from TP-LINK. It’s been three weeks since our last review and we wanted to review something fresh and different.

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FRITZ! WLAN Repeater 450E and FRITZ!WLAN Stick AC430: The latest Wi-Fi models from AVM

AVM has presented at Berlin’s IFA their latest wireless devices. The German company knows the needs of their consumers and has released the best possible Wi-Fi devices. These new models are the FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 450E, a Wi-Fi repeater to increase the range of the signal, and the FRITZ! WLAN Stick AC430, a Wi-Fi AC adapter, AVM’s first Wi-Fi AC device.

FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 450E

The new FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 450E is a universal Wifi repeater to increase the range of our signal quickly and easily: all you have to do is press the WPS button to synchronize the device with your router. It features one Gigabit Ethernet port for the LAN, so you can also connect one device via a wired connection to get the best possible speeds. You can get wireless speed of up to 450Mbps in the 2.4GHz band thanks to the Three-Stream technology and its three MIMO 3T3R internal antennas.

WLAN Repeater 450E

FRITZ!WLAN Stick AC430

The new FRITZ!WLAN Stick AC430 is AVM’s latest Wi-Fi adapter, the first Wi-Fi AC device from the company, a feature that we will surely see in their next high-end devices. This adapter can reach speeds of up to 433 Mbps in the 5GHz band with Wifi AC, and if we use this adapter with Wi-Fi N devices we can get speeds of up to 150 Mbps in 2.4GHz and 5GHz.

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FRITZ! Box 7490: The new flagship with Wi-Fi AC, Gigabit, USB 3.0 and DECT for VoIP

AVM has presented the new FRITZ!Box 7490, a high-end router that will replace the FRITZ!Box 7390, which offered great results during our tests. This router is compatible with ADSL and VDSL lines thanks to its integrated modem and you can also use it as a neutral router by configuring its LAN1 and Internet WAN. It is also compatible with the 802.1q VLAN Tagging protocol, especially useful for optic fiber connections.

The design of the FRITZ!Box 7490 is very similar to previous models: it’s available in red and it’s compatible with pretty much any network and standard.

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We simulate the performance of the D-Link DIR-868L with the 500 MB service from ONO

The company ONO announced recently their new 500 MB download speed connection in Spain, the first of its kind in the country. Many are wondering if the router they have can support this speed or if they’ll find bottleneck. In this article, we’ll show the performance of the D-Link DIR-868L with this 500 MB connection.

All of the D-Link DIR-868L’s Gigabit Ethernet ports support up to 1000 mbps, so the 500 mbps speed shouldn’t pose a problem. However, the performance of networks that go from the LAN to the WAN make the connection go through the NAT, which means the speeds are slower than a LAN to LAN connection.

D-Link DIR-868L

To improve the performance, this router features NAT via hardware. To simulate the performance of the router with a 500 MB connection, we’ve done the same as past tests: We used a computer to simulate a remote server (WAN) with Jperf installed, and another one in the LAN with the same program.

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D-Link DCS-930L Wireless Camere Review

The D-Link DCS-930L is one of the cameras compatible with mydlink to set up your own home surveillance system. You can access the camera anywhere at any time, as long as you have an internet connection available to you. The best thing about mydlink is that you don’t have to save IP addresses or open ports, since everything is made through a transversal NAT.

With the new service from mydlink, you can manage up to 4 IP cameras at the same time easily and comfortable from their website.

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TP-LINK 3G Mobile Wi-Fi M5350 Review

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The router TP-LINK 3G Mobile Wi-Fi M5350 is a simple device, designed with today’s portability standards. This small router allows the user to connect to the Internet anywhere and with any device, following a few simple steps. All you have to do is insert a SIM card, and the router 3G will convert the data to WiFi. And this is done wirelessly, without the need of a USB cable.

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