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TP-Link LS1005G / LS1008G Review – Budget yet Performing Entry-Level Gigabit Network Switch

Looking for a budget yet performing unmanaged Gigabit network switch? Check out TP-Link LS1005G. It is the easiest way to increase your existing router’s network port. Plug and play will do. By the way, it is loaded with 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports. There is an 8-port model too. Just pick the one that you need.

TP-Link Archer C5400X Review

Enjoy gigabit transfer rate on 5 GHz wireless just like wired. Yes, that’s what TP-Link Archer C5400X can do. In addition, it has AC5400 tri-band support including a dedicated one just for gaming. Loaded with 1.8 GHz 64-bit quad-core CPU, 3 co-processors and 1GB of RAM. Intelligent traffic prioritization support with QoS. Full-throttle wireless performance with MU-MIMO and Airtime Fairness. Far-reaching Wi-Fi range with RangeBoost. How does TP-Link gaming router perform? Let’s find out…

TP-Link Archer T9UH Review

Up to 700 Mbps support on AC1900 5 GHz wireless. Yup, that’s the performance of Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter Archer T9UH by TP-Link. Compact in size yet loaded with 4 high gain antennas to provide stronger coverage. Easy to use with a flexible design – attach directly to a laptop or get better signal with USB 3.0 dock for desktop PC. Don’t believe me? Watch this review then…

TP-Link Deco M5 Review

Yes, seamless whole-home Wi-Fi coverage all thanks to TP-Link Deco M5. More than 100 Mbps on 5 GHz at end of the kitchen while normal router barely reaches 25 Mbps. Forget about extender / repeater, multiple Deco M5 work together in single network name. Your devices will auto switch between Decos seamlessly. Yup, this is Deco M5. Loaded with AC1300 and 2 Gigabit LAN ports. Comes with 4 internal antennas but no USB port. Is TP-Link Deco M5 really that great? Let’s find out…

TP-Link Archer A6 Review

Up to 600 Mbps support on 5 GHz wireless. And ultra-fast Gigabit Ethernet performance. Yup, that’s the budget TP-Link Archer A6 AC1200 Wireless Router can do. It is loaded with 2 X 2 MU-MIMO wireless connections and 4 Gigabit LAN ports. No USB port though. 4 external antennas and 1 internal antenna to provide stable wireless connections and optimal coverage. How does it perform? Watch this video review to find out…

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ProScreenCast SC01 Review – 4K@60 HDR, Low Latency & Portrait Mode...

Introduction Want to connect and display your smartphone / tablet to big TV screen or projector wirelessly? Yes, you can do so with ProScreenCast SC01...

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Kingston FURY Adds AMD EXPO Certified DDR5 to Lineup AMD EXtended...

Kingston FURY, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, announced today the release of Kingston FURY...