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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 those who just need simple, low-budget wireless. quote


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7.5
9 reviews
  • Ease of use
    6.9
  • Speed / throughput
    8.5
  • Configurability / networking features
    7.6
  • Reliability
    8.0
  • Range
    7.2
  • Durability

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9.0
ZDNet Jun 18, 2012

The AirStation 1750 is a decent router with a solid, if uninspiring, feature set and good compatibility with existing wireless devices. However, its impressive 802.11ac performance shows that this is a new technology worth keeping an eye on.

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8.0
PC Mag May 22, 2012

The Buffalo AirStation AC1300/N900 Gigabit Dual Band WZR-D1800H is the first 802.11ac router to come to market, though it's draft 802.11ac. The device is the fastest router we've tested to date with excellent range. A poorly designed interface and no native IPv6 are the only blemishes on this...

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8.0
CNET May 15, 2014

The AirStation AC 1750 DD-WRT Router is an excellent choice for savvy users who want deep levels of customization.

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7.0
CNET 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 those who just need simple, low-budget wireless.

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7.0
Laptop Magazine Jul 3, 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 advantage.

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6.0
PC World Sep 19, 2012

If you really want an 802.11ac router, and your budget limits you to an outlay of $160, Buffalo has one for you.

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8.0
MacLife Aug 22, 2012

If you use Apple gear and you need to replace your AirPort Extreme before Apple supports 802.11ac, Buffalo’s router-bridge setup is nearly as easy to work with, and should set you up for a speedy future, if your Internet connection doesn’t hold you back. Today, those speeds just come with...

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8.0
TrustedReviews Jun 20, 2012

The Buffalo AirStation 1750's D1800H router gives a tantalising glimpse into the future of Wi-Fi. Combined with the D1300 media bridge it produces speeds far beyond anything we have seen from 802.11n equipment.

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7.0
TechRadar Sep 3, 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 router.

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