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Quick initial setup.
Four LAN ports.
Easy way to expand connectivity in wireless network.
Gives performance boost to 802,11n Wi-Fi even without 802,11ac client adapters.
Advanced capabilities and features.
Currently requires bridge to take full advantage of 802.11ac.
One USB port.
Advanced setup is confusing.
Interface is cluttered and poorly designed.
No native IPv6 support.
By PCWorld on September 11, 2012
Buffalo's WZR-1800H delivers more bang for the buck than Belkin's AC 1200, but that's not really saying...
By TechRadar on September 03, 2012
You'd be foolish to invest in any 802.11ac kit at this stage, but the technology shows promise and is the only way forward to increase speed beyond the existing 5GHz 802.11n standard. Beyond that, this is a very fast 2.4GHz router and a decent 5GHz...
By Videomaker on September 01, 2012
If you're ready to take your wireless network into the next frontier, Buffalo's AirStation AC1300/N900 dual band router will take you there at warp speed.Buffalo Technology (USA)...
By Computeractive on August 09, 2012
Buffalo's Airstation 1750 wireless router uses the new Wifi 802.11ac standard, which works at speeds of up to 1,300Mbits/sec on paper, or three times faster than 802.11n technology. This is a ‘draft' product as the standard is not yet...
By LaptopMag on July 03, 2012
Using the new 802.11ac protocol, the Buffalo AirStation AC1300/N900 Gigabit Dual Band router raises the bar for wireless speed, but you'll need an adapter to take full...
By itproportal.com on June 27, 2012
A good taster for what's to come, and capable of excellent range and performance, but the lack of other 802.11ac devices means you will need to shell out another £129.99 for the matching bridge to fully...
By Trusted Reviews on June 20, 2012
First 802.11ac networking equipment 2.4GHz & 5GHz dual bands 802.11a/b/g/n backwards compatible Currently needs 802.11ac media bridge Welcome to the bleeding edge, the place where next generation technology awaits, along with quite a few paper cuts....
By ZDNet UK on June 18, 2012
Although it's fairly well specified, the AirStation 1750 does lack some useful features commonly found on high-end consumer routers, such as a guest wireless network, multiple SSIDs and 3G support. The lack of USB 3.0 is also disappointing, and the...
By PC Mag on May 29, 2012
Buffalo's AirStation AC1300/N450 4-Port Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Ethernet Bridge WLI-H4-D1300 is perfect in form and function but is an expensive media bridge if you aren't interested in deploying draft 802.11ac....
By cnet on May 23, 2012
The Buffalo AirStation AC1300 / N900 Gigabit Dual Band Wireless Router WZR-D1800H offers great value by adding support for 802.11ac on top of a high-end N900 router without increasing the price. However, the router doesn't have enough appeal for...
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