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Buffalo AirStation WZR1750DHP Dual Band AC1750 Wireless Router Review - Buffalo AirStation 1750DHP Router

Buffalo AirStation WZR1750DHP Dual Band AC1750 Wireless Router Review
802.11ac is quickly catching on. Today we have the Buffalo AirStation AC1750 in for review. Read on to see how it did in our testing.
| Routers & Access Points in Networking | Posted: Jan 23, 2014 2:00 pm
TweakTown Rating: 90%Manufacturer: Buffalo

Buffalo AirStation 1750DHP Router

 

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The Buffalo WZR-1750DHP was delivered to our door in it full retail packaging. The box carries much of the same design concepts we have seen from previous Buffalo products. The front of the box carries a touch of marketing information, along with an image of the device to the right.

 

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The scope of delivery for the Buffalo 1750 includes an Ethernet cable, power adapter, reading materials, and of course the router itself.

 

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The front of the router houses the AOSS button, which allows one touch secure setup of the routers wireless connection. Further down, we have a set of LEDs for activity.

 

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The backside of the router houses many connections and options. From the top down, we have the AP/WB switch, the USB eject button, along with both USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports. Five RJ45 Ethernet ports allow for modem hookup, with four reserved for LAN.

 

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Internally, the Buffalo uses a Broadcom design with thermal protection, and EMI protection covering a few of the ICs.

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