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Synology RT2600AC Wi-Fi AC 2600

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Title : Synology RT2600AC Wi-Fi AC 2600 Gigabit router
Description : Redefine your network with Synology Router RT2600ac’s powerful wireless capabilities and rock-solid, security-focused Synology Router Manager core. Designed for both homes and offices, MU-MIMO support ensures more devices can connect at higher speeds while SRM’s Parental Controls and Traffic Manager allows simple management and fine-tuning of network traffic.
Features :

  • 1.7GHz Dual-core processor for fast, uncompromising performance
  • Powerful 4×4 802.11ac wave 2 radios with MU-MIMO and up to 2.53Gbps breakthrough wireless speeds
  • Smart Connect for seamless transition between maximum speed or range
  • Hardware accelerated Layer 7 traffic control and monitoring
  • Dual WAN capable for load balancing and failover support

Synology RT2600AC Wi-Fi AC 2600 Gigabit router Synology RT2600AC Wi-Fi AC 2600 Gigabit router
Category: Routers
Brand: Synology
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Rating : 4.2
Rating : 148
Review : Think I Finally Found a Decent 802.11ac Router
If there’s anything I learned in the last 10 weeks from trying to replace a Netgear WNDR3800 and R6300 with a newer 802.11ac router is that wireless is consistently inconsistent. I tested the Synology RT1900ac, Netgear R8500 (3 of them thanks to failing radios), ASUS RT-AC5300, RT-AC3100, RT-AC1900P and now the Synology RT2600ac.

The R8500 was faster overall than all of them but there was no way I was going to continue with replacements with repeated radio failures and wasn’t going to put up with their tired interface and lack a features. I really liked the RT1900ac features and interface but had average performance at best. I wound up settling with the RT-AC5300 because it was almost as fast as the R8500 but had a better interface and features. There have been reports that the radios in this model have been failing like the Netgear and left me uneasy; I’m wondering if it has something to do with the Broadcom chipset they share or if they’re overheating because there…