Review The TrendNET TEG-S50g is a fantastic cheap Ethernet switch, offering energy saving features and great speeds, despite its age.
Review The Linksys SE1500 is a competent, but outdated Ethernet switch that only offers 100 Mbps transfer speeds.
Review The Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter ERPoe-5 is a decent Ethernet switch, if you can still find one, but there are better choices.
Review The D-Link DGS-1008G is a cheap and eco-friendly Ethernet switch that offers extra features over most unmanaged switches.
Review The Cisco SG110D-08HP blends professional quality and simplicity to make a great Ethernet switch for work or home.
News Wireless connectivity set for giant leap forward as WiFi Alliance opens WiFi 6 certification program.
Review An older model, we only recommend buying the Linksys E1200 if you're operating a basic, budget PC set-up.
The D-Link DAP 1720 is a disappointing Wi-Fi range extender. We found that the 10 Wi-Fi range extenders we tested fell into three performance tiers. Products like the TP-Link RE450 did very well and maintained consistently high speeds in the extended network.
When you compare the Netgear EX6150v2 to other Wi-Fi range extenders, it seems pretty much the same as any other AC1200 wall plug extender.
The Motorola MX1200 is a dual-band Wi-Fi extender with unique built-in features. Its front houses six indicator lights, one for power and five labeled signal strength lights ranging from too close to too far.
The Amped Wireless RE1750A is one of two desktop Wi-Fi extenders we tested, as all others were of the wall plug variety. In our evaluations, we found that desktop devices have two distinct advantages over their plug-in counterparts: more ports and more placement flexibility.
The Netgear EX6200 is a striking device. Its red and black color scheme and triangular ventilation holes give it a more punk rock look, whereas the rest of Wi-Fi extenders we tested are sleek and white. In addition to looking cool, the EX6200’s design is versatile.
Three products from TP-Link rank as our top three Wi-Fi Extenders due to spectacular performances in testing. Of the three, the RE650 is the latest and has the fastest theoretical speeds. For most home networks, however, it’s overkill.
The TP-Link RE305 AC1200 is both one of the least expensive and one of the best-performing Wi-Fi extenders we tested. Its helpful setup features and easy-to-use Tether mobile app make it our best value pick.
The TP-Link TC-7620 is a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with 16 x 4 channels and speeds up to 680 Mbps. We tested it alongside nine other high-speed cable modems to find the best option for your home network.
Though towards the bottom of our recommendations, the Linksys CM3024 is a decent modem that keeps up with fast speeds and is compatible with major cable providers. It passed our hands-on tests and was easy enough to set up.
We tested ten of the best cable modems under $120, and the TP-Link TC7650 proved itself as a first-rate networking device.