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You have an 802.11ac router, and now you need adapters for your networked devices. But not just any old model will do. Our reviews show significant differences in performance and price.
This 802.11ac Wi-Fi client USB adapter is small and cheap, but it's also slow.
This adapter finished in second place up close, but it took first place when the client was far away from the router.
This isn't the best 802.11ac Wi-Fi USB adapter, but it boasts an excellent price-to-performance ratio.
Asus makes the fastest 802.11ac router and the fastest 802.11ac adapter.
There just aren’t many reasons to consider this 802.11ac Wi-Fi client USB adapter.
There’s a lot to like here, including compact dimensions, a handy cradle, and decent performance.
Find out which routers rose to the top and which ones sank to the bottom after we subjected them to our comprehensive lab tests.
If you want the best Wi-Fi on the market, it’s this or the Asus RT-AC68U
Sometimes, cheap means inexpensive; other times, it just means cheap. This router may save you a little money, but don't expect anything beyond basic features and performance in return.
This 5GHz 802.11ac router delivers its best performance as an 2.4GH 802.11n router.
It’s better—and cheaper—than Trendnet’s TEW-812DRU V2, but that's still not saying much for this also-ran router.
You’ll find all the performance and most of the features you need in this bargain-priced router.
This is a great 802.11ac router for both home and small-business use
This router's awesome cloud-based management features are undercut by its ultraconservative hardware, which is based on the old 802.11n standard.