You can have a ball – literally – with D-Link’s DWA-192, USB 3.0, AC1900 Wi-Fi adaptor.
Sunday, 08 November 2015 12:28

D-Link’s budget AC750 router (review)

It is NBN FTTN, VDSL2, ADSL2+ and WAN ready and has sufficient performance for apartment dwellers. It also has a USB powered range extender.
Want to add an Ethernet port somewhere and can’t hard wire it? D-Link has its PowerLine 2000 Mbps solution that may be the answer.
Apartment and small home dwellers have a perfect, more affordable solution, for smaller spaces – and it looks like a Blue and Black Linksys of…
“It’s time to trade up – a 317% increase in speed at 15 metres and a whopping 2,329% at 35+ metres away through reinforced concrete…
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 15:08

Netgear Nighthawk X4S, AC2600 router (review)

Netgear’s new X4S router is like comparing a V8 Supercar with a Holden Commodore – they may look similar, but the former is very, very,…
If you want to get full visibility of your network, justify your IT budget, and relax, you may want to give PRTG Network Monitor a try.
D-Link’s Viper takes on the look of a Mac Pro while delivering a powerful range boost that supports more than 25 Wi-Fi users at the…
To paraphrase Obi-Wan Kenobi, the D-Link DWR-925 is an elegant router of a more connected age.
Thursday, 14 November 2013 09:52

WD’s MyCloud is a potential game changer

Cloud – in its most basic form – is about using the internet to store and retrieve data. Cloud can be anywhere, using any storage…

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