Is there a point to upgrading? – MBReviews

Ubiquiti has made available its fifth gen WiFi 6 access points about a year ago and among them, the Ubiquiti UniFi U6-LR was the most promising in terms of coverage, but how does it compare to one of the best WiFi 5 APs, the Ubiquiti nanoHD? And should you consider upgrading if you haven’t yet […]

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Which Access Point is Better? – MBReviews

The TP-Link EAP610 and the EAP615-Wall were launched about the same time and, while they’re both AX1800-class wireless access points, they try to achieve slightly different goals. Up to a certain point because the focus still remains on providing a strong and stable throughput over a large area. Even so, while the EAP610 is your […]

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To WiFi 6 or to WiFi 6E? – MBReviews

To WiFi 6 or to WiFi 6E? – MBReviews

  • Nov 22, 2022

The Zyxel NWA220AX-6E is a part of the newest WiFi 6E access points series which allows Zyxel to directly compete with the other brands that have already released their WiFi 6E flagship APs, despite the demand not quite being there yet. And this specific model is not the flagship WiFi 6E access point (that’s the […]

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TP-Link EAP615-Wall Plate WiFi 6 Access Point Review

The TP-Link EAP615-Wall is a sort of successor to the EAP235-Wall plate WiFi 5 access point, sporting a very similar design and look, but the upgrade to the WiFi 6 standard has brought a few significant improvements. OFDMA is the cornerstone for any WiFi 6 access point, and it’s used with the TP-Link EAP615-Wall as […]

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TP-Link EAP610 AX1800 WiFi 6 Access Point Review – MBReviews

The TP-Link EAP610 is one of the most compact members of the WiFi 6 access points series that the manufacturer has made available as an alternative to the Ubiquiti UAPs. And, while not as well equipped as the EAP660 HD or the EAP670, the TP-Link EAP610 still has a similar set of features that should […]

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A better-equipped EAP660 HD? – MBReviews

The TP-Link EAP670 is kind of like the bigger brother of the EAP660 HD because it has a nearly identical case, and it doesn’t differ that much in terms of features either. Yes, I know there’s the whole AX3600 vs AX5400 class, so TP-Link beefed up the 5GHz radio band a little bit on the […]

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Better than the U6-LR? – MBReviews

Better than the U6-LR? – MBReviews

  • Oct 18, 2022

The Ubiquiti U6-Pro is part of the sixth generation of UniFi access points and that’s because it was released a bit later than the U6-LR and the U6-Lite, not that it may have a multi-Gigabit port or any other ‘exotic’ feature. It’s still the same gen as the U6-Enterprise which has a 2.5GbE port which […]

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A Small Powerhouse – MBReviews

A Small Powerhouse – MBReviews

  • Oct 15, 2022

The EnGenius ECW336 is the first WiFi 6E developed by the manufacturer and it can also be considered the current flagship wireless access point considering that the engineers didn’t really hold back when they designed the device. In terms of hardware, there is now a 5GbE port as opposed to the 2.5GbE of the ECW230 […]

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Built for Outdoors – MBReviews

Built for Outdoors – MBReviews

  • Sep 24, 2022

The TP-Link EAP610-Outdoor was developed to showcase the advantages of the WiFi 6 features in an outdoor setting and, while it may seem as a replacement to the CPE series (WiFi 5), I am more inclined to believe that it’s part of a potentially new series with a different goal in mind. The idea behind […]

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One of the best security-focused WiFi 6 access point for SMBs – MBReviews

The EnGenius ECW230S is currently one of the two WiFi 6 access points that make use of the WIPS and Zero DFS radios to dramatically improve the way the system admin can monitor the network by getting a better understanding of the channel utilization, the live clients and some other network activities. But another aspect […]

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