Detailed: Synology RT1900ac - High speed without limits

Posted by Ercan Aslan 03/03/2017 PC News,

 

Decent hardware and software features easily make it a top recommendation for home (or even office) networks.

 

Design

 

Featuring a matte black finish, the RT1900ac resembles much like every router out there. It has two back legs that can raise the device or you can simply mount it on a wall with the built-in mounting holes. It features three antennas and supports a dual band configuration. The box is quite small, which is very pleasant. So many routers are large and take a lot of space in many homes.

 

 

Interface

 

The setup is very straightforward. It is clean, powerful and it has a lot of features. It is also very simple to use. There are parental controls built in that let you set a safe search and let you filter web contents. You can also easily ban devices from the network. The real advantage of this router is, that you can downloads apps that can run directly on the router.

 

 

Performance

 

Based on performance, the RT1900ac does a good job in offering a decent speed over the 5 GHz band. The 2.4 GHz band works just as well, getting a 130 Mbps reading. A positive side of the router is that you can get firmware updates which will improve your overall experience with the router.

 

Stay tuned and check the Synology RT1900ac at  gamehypermart.com.

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