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  • A sampling of networking gear from CES: TP-Link goes Wi-Fi 6, D-Link goes 5G

    Jeudi, 10 janvier 2019 07:15:10 De: Arstechnica Serving the Technologist for more than a decade. IT news, reviews, and analysis. Dernière modification: Mercredi, 23 janvier, 2019 - 20:53

    Enlarge / TP-Link's Deco X10 Wi-Fi 6 mesh product. (credit: TP-Link)

    The halls of CES might be filled with voice assistants and OLED televisions, but few things make a bigger impact on your day-to-day experience with technology than your networking solution. And there were a bunch of announcements on that front this year.

    5GHz routers, smart home, and mesh Wi-Fi systems are where most of the movement is, and many companies like D-Link and TP-Link are offering similar options—but of course, each has its own unique value propositions.

    To get a sense of the landscape for home and office networking products (the consumer ones, mind you), let's look at what those two companies showed at CES this year.

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