Tenda Technology is back with the AC18, essentially a revision of the AC15 released in 2015. It’s a router that offers more of the same in terms of coverage, performance, and reliability, but features a swath of improvements that has replaced my AC15 entirely. This our third review of a router by Tenda Technology, and it does not disappoint. While the AC18 feels like an incremental upgrade from the AC15, it comes highly recommended if you have neither. This is one of, if not the best AC1900 routers on the market today.
Tenda Technology Inc., a subsidiary of Shenzhen Tenda – an experienced, global brand of wired and wireless networking hardware – today announces availability for the TEG3224P in America. With comprehensive security features, this stackable, websmart 24 port managed switch is designed to build a safe and smart wired network. Providing 24 10/100/1000 auto-negotiation RJ45 ports and 4 reusable Base-X Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) ports, it supports both IEEE 802.3af (15.4W) and 802.3at (30 W) standards.
Tenda Technology’s AC15 router has not only impressed, but has surpassed my expectations and is incredibly affordable without any notable compromises to the technology of being a dual-band AC1900 router, which has an output of 1 gigabit per second throughput. The 802.11ac wireless network band has been around for a couple of years, but the routers available have been priced very much on the high side, more than the typical consumer is used to. Tenda Technology may not be a household name, but it will be one you remember.