New TP-Link Archer Series Home Networking Devices

The TP-Link Archer Series of networking devices covers a wide range of solutions, from routers to cable modems, range extenders, and more. The Archer CR500 Wireless-AC1200 Dual-Band DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem & Router from TP-Link combines the convenience of a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and speed of an 802.11ac dual-band wireless router in a single high-performance design.

TP-Link's Twist on Mesh Networking

When it comes to mesh networking, coverage is king, and the TP-Link Deco M5 can blanket your home in high-speed Wi-Fi. A single Deco M5 unit can provide between 1,500 and 1,800 feet of dual-band wireless network coverage. Opt for the Deco M5 Three-Pack and you can expand your network to cover between 2,400 and 4,500 square feet.

Clean Up Your Utility Bill and Be More Energy Efficient

Save money by cleaning up your energy-hungry home appliances. Read how on B&H Explora.

In the Field with HS105 Wi-Fi Smart Plugs from TP-Link

Smart is a term tech manufacturers throw around a lot these days. It’s found on everything from watches to appliances, signifying a product’s ability to do more and go beyond its core capabilities. In fact, you can argue that being smart has, in itself, become a core capability—but what does being smart really mean? Well, we can usually expect Internet connectivity, for starters, which allows the item to use the World Wide Web and all its resources to enhance its functionality.

Tech Gifts for Non-Techy People

What does Billy like? Would Sue use this? What do we get for Grandma? The questions we can ask ourselves are endless, and suddenly gift shopping turns into quite the nightmare. Probably the hardest task of all is getting that person to cherish and use the gift you got them—for it to have a lasting impact and make their lives better. For the tech-lovers out there, there’s nothing wrong with getting or giving more gadgets, but what is Grandma supposed to with a Linux-based system or a Blackmagic Design 4K studio camera?

Exclusive TP-Link Dual-Band Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Points

TP-Link AD7200 Will Change Your Experience with Your Wireless Network

Home Alone: How to Secure Your Home for the Holidays

Nothing spoils a vacation more than coming home to find someone else has been there—uninvited. And if you think thieves share your holiday spirit and will just sit around and roast chestnuts before they leave, think again. According to the FBI, in 2015 there were an estimated 7,993,631 property crime offenses in the nation that resulted in losses estimated at $14.3 billion, and burglaries of residential properties accounted for 71.6 percent of all property crime offenses. How can you prevent yourself from being a statistic?

10 Gadgets You Didn't Think You'd Need for College but Really Do

There are a few things I wish I had in college that would have made life a little easier to handle. Gadgets and gizmos aplenty, as Ariel crooned, and whozits and whatsits galore. Actually, I’ve braided my hair with a fork, so I’m with you, sister. But if I had some of the items from this list of gadgets, I would probably have enjoyed life a little more back then (and honestly, probably failed some classes). If you’re about to enter the hallowed halls of college, consider taking some of these items along.

1. Sony Digital Paper System

Holiday 2012: Home Networking

This holiday season, many people are out and about buying new Wi-Fi-enabled cameras, televisions, music players and more. Many more are buying laptops, tablets and desktop PCs, all with wired and wireless capabilities. Then these people are going home, unboxing their purchases, and waiting patiently for the wireless fairy to come down and connect everything.


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