I have always been intrigued by how some companies started selling mesh enabled WiFi devices. Whilst it has been mostly limited to the United States, Google in their recent event has announced the Google Wifi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfa1vyMM2DE Companies like Eero and even Singtel (our friendly neighbours down south) provided hardware to enable mesh wireless connectivity for…… Continue reading Google Wifi – Mesh Wifi
I was away over the weekend spending some time in Langkawi with the Integricity family and when I returned home on Sunday I noticed that my ASUS RT-N16 router was completely dead. First thing that came to my mind was to head over to 1Utama (which I was heading to anyway for some lunch) and…… Continue reading The ASUS RT-AC68U Router
When Apple announced their Macbook Pro with 802.11ac WIFI connectivity, I was thinking, finally it is about time WIFI has managed to come this far and be close to replacing Gigabit network cables. Sebastion Anthony has this to say. 802.11ac will only get faster, too. As we mentioned earlier, the theoretical max speed of 802.11ac…… Continue reading IEEE 802.11ac – Is it worth the wait?
Although I live in a small apartment, I still face issues with my Wi-Fi connectivity. Well not exactly issues but recently I managed to subscribe to TM’s Unifi service and all these while, my PC was sitting right next to the router before I moved it to a more permanent spot which was in my…… Continue reading Improving My Home Wi-Fi Signal – Part 1
I was at Starbucks in Centrepoint Bandar Utama last night trying to get some computer based trainings done while accompanying munZ as she worked. The wifi signal with the greatest strength was TimeZone but among all the other wifi connections about, it was the slowest. It was so bad that even my Live Messenger couldn’t…… Continue reading Whats up with the internet connection?