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Killer Wireless xTend technology uses MESH technology to allow your computer to extend the range of your home network
Advanced Stream Detection makes Rivet a clear market leader when it comes to any type of network prioritization.
Rivet Networks’ all new Killer Wireless-AC 1550 is faster than a wired gigabit Ethernet connection.
Killer and the MSI Gaming M5 are in The Great Setup’s Best Gaming PC for Under $1000 build.
Linksys unveils a bad-ass router for gamers: The Linksys WRT32X Wi-Fi Gaming Router
See why Parm Mann at HEXUS called the Killer E2500 the “best example of network traffic management we’ve seen on a consumer device”
The Killer Wireless AC-1535 impressed us with very good transfer speeds, long range and intelligent features. This card can be easily recommended to gamers and power users who are looking for the freedom provided by features such as Advanced Stream Detect.
AnandTech covers Dell’s announcement calling out the Killer 1535 as one of the exciting new features of its XPS 13 notebook.
Check out PC Gamer’s recent article on how to set up a home network for gaming, and how big of a difference Killer Networking products can make.
See why HEXUS gave the E2400 a HEXUS Recommended award, and read what HEXUS journalist Parm Mann thought of Killer WiFi products as well.
Read Ken Brown from Legit Reviews thoughts after taking an in-depth look at the Killer 1535 Wireless-AC chip found in most high-end gaming notebooks today.
Tech Report’s Mark Nelson goes in depth on a very technical look at the Killer E2400 Gigabit Ethernet controller and how it influences online game play.
Just how good is Killer WiFi for games? PC Perspective goes the extra mile to check out how the Killer 1535 improves gaming experiences.
Marco Chiappetta takes the Killer Wireless-AC 1535 to its limits to determine just how good its gaming performance and Mu-MIMO technology is.