Linksys reveals a trio of 802.11ac WiFi routers with beamforming, and a USB adapter to match

Linksys reveals a trio of 802.11ac WiFi routers with beamforming, and a USB adapter to match

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New Like most of its peers, Cisco's Linksys badge started off modestly in the 802.11ac WiFi world last year, offering just one router and one bridge for early adopters. It's taking the complete plunge in 2013 with three new routers and a USB adapter. The AC 1200 (EA6300), AC 1600...
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