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Asus' RT-AC1900P wireless router reviewed
Asus' RT-AC1900P carries on the legacy of the company's popular RT-N66U "Dark Knight" router. This time around, the unit comes armed with an 802.11ac radio...
Synology's RT-2600ac wireless router reviewed
One might not think of Synology when one thinks of wireless routers, but the company's RT-2600ac promises strong performance controlled by an easy-to-use interface. We...
Asus' RT-AC88U router & RP-AC68U repeater reviewed
Asus sent us some of its best wireless networking gear to help us boost internet coverage at the annual TR BBQ. Join us as we...
Revisiting the Killer NIC, eight years on
Killer-powered Gigabit Ethernet ports can be found on many gaming-focused motherboards and laptops these days. We talked to Killer Networking about the details of its...
Intel aims to reinvent the data center
Last week, Intel hosted an event for press and analysts where it provided some updates on the state of its data center business. Then...
Bigfoot Networks' Killer NIC
FOR YEARS, GAMERS, enthusiasts, and even mainstream users have been getting their networking for...
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|Google Project Tango is dead—long live ARCore||6|
|Thermaltake Sync box bridges RGB LED walled gardens||3|
|Intel tips off potential 960 GB and 1.5 TB Optane SSD 900Ps||6|
|Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX Vegas put a big chill on spicy-hot chips||17|
|Antec P110 Silent touts quiet looks and quiet operation||11|
|Updated LG Gram laptops put heavy-duty power into feathery bodies||16|
|Monkey Day Shortbread||14|
|Thursday deals: a nice Z370 mobo, a huge VA display, and more||6|
|His comment looks silly now that AMD has gone back and time to release a 16-core version of the Threadripper.||+21|