You can never have enough wireless throughput, at least in theory. 802.11ac's been on a slow delivery schedule to date, but Netgear's just announced its first 802.11ac routers, due this month. The key thing with 802.11ac is naturally enough its speed; up to a claimed 1200Mbps. Netgear's R6300 router is 802.11ac compatible, as well as backwards compatible all the way back to tiddly little 802.11g, and goes on sale this month. Netgear's being coy about local pricing, but it's listed overseas at around US$179.99. [Netgear]
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