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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How far does it reach? – MBReviews

How far does it reach? – MBReviews

  • Apr 28, 2022

The Ubiquiti U6-LR (Unifi 6 Long Range) is one of the best WiFi 6 access points that the manufacturer has developed so far and, alongside the U6-Lite, the U6-Pro and the newer U6-Enterprise, Ubiquiti manages to cover the entire market spectrum, allowing for an easy transition for any SMB (or SME) that may want to […]

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A smaller WAX650S? – MBReviews

A smaller WAX650S? – MBReviews

  • Apr 18, 2022

The Zyxel WAX630S is one of the new members of the Unified Pro WiFi 6 access points developed for SMB and enterprise use, and the device seems to be a more compact version of the WAX650S that I tested a couple of years ago, but are there other changes that go farther than skin-deep? Since […]

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EnGenius ECW220S AirGuard WiFi 6 Access Point Review – MBReviews

The EnGenius ECW220S is a part of the new security access points which make use of the full spectrum of features from AirGuard and, as its name suggests, it is a buffed up version of the ECW220 that we tested close to a year ago. The EnGenius ECW220S does look identical on the outside to […]

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TP-Link EAP660 HD WiFi 6 Access Point Review – MBReviews

The TP-Link EAP660 HD was created to showcase TP-Link’s ability to implement some of the newer technologies that are associated to the WiFi 6 standard and yes, at the moment, this is the best WiFi 6 access point offered by the Chinese manufacturer. TP-Link has been trying to make its presence more known in the […]

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EnGenius ECW120 Wireless Access Point Review – MBReviews

The EnGenius ECW120 is a part of the new Cloud managed wireless access points series and it’s the only ceiling-mount model that was left out of the WiFi 6 group. But, despite supporting the Wave 2 802.11ac WiFi standard, the AC1300-class access point still promises a large WiFi coverage, accompanied by a solid throughput (supporting […]

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Ubiquiti NanoHD Wireless Access Point (UAP-nanoHD) Review – MBReviews

I am pretty sure that you have heard at least once about Ubiquiti (due to their top-notch SMB-level networking equipment) and one of their most popular wireless access point was (and it kind of still is) the Ubiquiti UAP-AC-PRO, but a bit over a year ago, the manufacturer released its successor, the Ubiquiti NanoHD which […]

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