Belkin Linksys Announced Sucessor to WRT54G: WRT1900AC
"The new version, dubbed the WRT1900AC, will be powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core ARM-compatible processor with 128MB of flash memory and 256MB of DDR3 RAM. It will also support dual-band 802.11ac wireless networking at speeds of up to 1.3Gbps, in addition to all previous 802.11 protocols..."
I just saw it on their website. I was just thinking that I need to upgrade my network from the WRT54GLs I have. I am looking forward to the WRT1900AC. -- A citizen of The United States of Amnesia. How quickly we forget.
Thanks for the info....I may be looking for another router to eventually replace my E4200v2. The only thing I'm concerned with regarding Linksys now is that they are owned by Belkin. -- Hillary In 2016 - Any Tea Left Will Have Rotted By Then
I may be looking for another router to eventually replace my E4200v2.
I replaced my E4200v1 with Netgear Nighthawk R7000. Although I've seen reports of issues with the R7000, it's been working very well for me.
I'm glad it's working well for you. I once had a Netgear Router and had a bad experience with it. So, my next Router will either be a Belkin/Linksys or an Asus. I would wait until the WRT1900AC is out for a while and check out the reviews. -- Hillary In 2016 - Any Tea Left Will Have Rotted By Then
Can't find the FCCID anywhere..its possible they haven't released it, but usually they have to to show it at CES. I dug through all the recent Linksys AND Belkin entries and nadda. Wiki, OC's and TomsHardware also came up blank. Anyone else have any luck? I want to see internals. I don't trust Belkin on build quality.
The best I could find was this video, but its CGI so take it with a grain of salt. It does show what looks like a decent thermal sink across both the CPU and Wireless chip. So....::fingers crossed::
It would be happening now. I may be interested in getting this router when it comes out (if the price is not too outrageous), for my E4200v2 is giving me problems. It's a refurb that I've had over one year, and I keep losing signal on my devices, wired and wireless. -- Hillary In 2016 - Any Tea Left Will Have Rotted By Then