Linksys EA6700 review: dual-core high-end ac router
23 July 2013
Excerpt: Linksys has decided to replace its 802.11n products as fast as possible with 802.11ac models, the new WiFi standard that's supposed to be ratified by the end of this year. The router manufacturer recently came with three new products at the same time, the EA6300, EA6400 and the EA6700.
Linksys EA6500 HD Video Pro AC1750 SMART Wi-Fi Wireless Router
15 July 2013
Excerpt: While the name may be a mouthful this router does pack a lot of features and easy to use settings along with a complete app list for Apple devices but it lacks android apps. Ease of Use, Performance: 4/5 Look & Feel: 4/5 Features: 5/5 How much I enjoy: 4/5 Recommendation: 4/5 Stars The Linksys...
Excerpt: With the holidays fast approaching, many users are looking for gear that will update their current network infrastructure. Older routers just do not have the throughput to keep up with much of the modern technology that is showing up more and more in the home.
Excerpt: The number of 802.11ac routers is steadily increasing. The latest one we got our hands on comes from Cisco, in the form of the Linksys EA6500. It's supposed to become the new router for the consumer market.
Summary: The is the successor to the and is now available in stores and retailing for . It utilizes the new wireless technology (which is still under development) that allows you to have gigabit wireless speed. Most AC routers in the market right now is capable of a theoretical maximum speed of .
Pros: Good 5.0GHz coverage, Decent AC wireless speed
Cons: Expensive, Not many network devices support 802.11ac yet, Still using USB 2.0 ports
Excerpt: 20 Flares 20 Flares × Routers are the life and soul of the media party in many modern households. They are also under an ever increasing demand to deliver high definition media content to multiple devices simultaneously.
The Linksys EA6500 is a solid router that's consumer friendly, but it didn't supply the speed we were after
Good Gear Guide.au
4 February 2013
Summary: The Linksys EA6500 offers 802.11ac support, a clean and easy interface, simple FTP access to attached USB drives, and it even ships with an NFC card containing its pre-determined wireless settings.
Pros: Reliable performance, Good interface and easy remote access, Supports 802.11ac
Cons: Performance was slower than we expected, Keyword filters didn't work for us, Expensive