What are the Beacon Interval recommended settings?


The usual answer to what are the Beacon Interval recommended settings is to use the default value (100ms). And that’s because it’s a fairly sensitive setting that can mess up the way the network functions (in regards to the connection with client devices and between access points). But then again, you paid for the entire … Read more

Is 200Mbps Internet speed enough for gaming?

Unless there are multiple PC all streaming 8K videos at the same time while you’re playing games, then yes, a 200mbps Internet speed is enough for gaming. But, there are a few nuances that need to be explored because it’s very much possible for a 200Mbps Internet plan to not be enough or more like … Read more

The Disadvantages of unlocked phones

Whether you’re using a carrier phone and want to make the switch to an unlocked device or you think that it would be better financially to use a locked smartphone, it’s best to know that in some cases, the disadvantages of unlocked phones can outweigh the pros. At the same time, I am not really … Read more

Is Netgear Armor worth it? It depends.

The router manufacturers have been offering advanced security features either as built-in software or as add-on packages for a while now and, since I have already had a look at the Asus AiProtection, it was time to check out if the Netgear Armor is actually worth it. If you were using the Netgear R7000 or … Read more

Which is the smallest RFID chip? (in 2022)


Do you want to know which are the smallest RFID chips? Here’s what you should know. They were introduced by Hitachi in 2003, nearly two decades ago. These chips have an impressing dimension of 0.4mm x 0.4mm while being capable of functioning with a radio frequency of 2.4 GHz. These chips are known as the … Read more