While I’m just coming off having used the RT-AX82U for several weeks, I’ve now been introduced to its big brother, the ASUS RT-AX86U. It’s a router that boasts faster speeds and wider coverage, which we’ll put to the test. The router’s biggest feature is being able to serve an aggregated 2Gbps of internet bandwidth, which makes it rest comfortably between being a professional-grade and a personal-grade monster. This dual-band router surpasses the RT-AX82U, ever so slightly but in important ways. The ASUS RT-AX86U is a whole home internet device that looks to the future, while providing you a secure method of traversing the internet right now.
Tenda Technology Inc.’s AC9 router is in the market of being powerful yet affordable. With an MSRP of $69.99 and a back-of-the-box quote of 1200 Mbps over Wi-Fi, Tenda’s offering sure sounds like it hits that sweet spot. After switching out my old Netgear N600, the AC9 fully surpassed my expectations.
Tenda Technology Inc., a subsidiary of Shenzhen Tenda, is pleased to announce the AC9, a next generation dual-band gigabit WiFi router that brings your home internet up to date with blazing speed and uninterrupted connectivity. This router is great for streaming HD video and for game players, perfect for file and printer sharing, and also ideal for general internet use. The AC9’s powerful WiFi provides whole home coverage, even in large homes – reaching areas that older routers cannot.
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.
Tenda Technology Inc. a subsidiary of Shenzhen Tenda – an experienced, global brand of wired and wireless networking hardware – today announces open source Tomato firmware compatibility for existing W1800R and W1801R Wi-Fi routers*.