Netgear has announced a new line-up for its NeoTV streaming media player line, as well as an update to its Push2TV wireless display adapter that adds Miracast support.
Today at a press event in San Francisco, Netgear announced a new next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi router, the R6200, and a USB adapter for PCs and notebooks called the A6200.
Buffalo has launched a new 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless router and accompanying ethernet bridge, making it the first to market with the super-fast networking standard.
Early adopters, take note: Netgear is officially going to make your 802.11n router out-of-date next month. The company announced today that it'll ship the first 802.11ac (also known as "5G Wi-Fi") router, the R6300, for $199.99 sometime in May.