Edimax Routers

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    If you are going to upgrade to an 802.11ac router then I suggest you get a 1750 or 1900 model.especially if you will be pairing it with an AC wireless card that presently has a theoretical link speed of 866.7 Mbps on the 5ghz band.

    When 3x3 cards are released in the future you'll possibly want to be able to fully take advantage of it's 1.3 GB/s(3 x 433 Mbps)

    In 2015 will see several new Wireless technologies on the 100-Series chipset such as Snowfield Peak (WiFi + Blue-tooth) replacing Wilkins Peak, Douglas Peak (WiGig+ WiFi + BT) replacing Stone Peak and Maple Peak and the Pine Peak plus WWAN LTE chips (XMM 726x) replacing the WWAN XMM7160) for wireless connectivity. Intel is also introducing the latest Alpine Ridge thunderbolt controller with Skylake pushing speeds of 40Gb/s, double that of last generation. For LAN, Intel will introduce Jacksonville to replace Clarksville.

    Intel 7260HMW Wilkins Peak 2 (2x2:2)
    Intel 7260NGW Wilkins Peak 2 (2x2:2)
    Intel AC-7265NGW Stone Peak 2 (2x2:2)
    Intel AC 8260NGW Snowfield Peak (3x3:) Skylake 100 chipset 2015

    Maple Peak,Douglas Peak AC + AD
     
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