Top Five Routers To Consider
There are two types of routers available in the market today — one with the built-in modems and other without the modem. However, there is also a third type of router and it is in line with the latest technology and popularly known as mesh Wi-Fi network systems. The choice of the router would mostly depend on the quality of broadband supplied. In case you want to receive the connection through telephone, the router should either be ADSL or VDSL.
Although routers are based on very simple technology, some tend to be better than the others. We bring you the best routers that are available in the market today and can guarantee you better internet connection. Asus DSL- AC68U — First in our list is the device from Asus, a 802.11 ac modem router with in-line technology, upgraded software, and good performance. The router is designed well criss-cross designs along with three antennas for better connectivity. This router from ASUS supports 600Mbitls 802.11n as it comes packed with TuronAM feature from Boradcom. However, to avail the best support, your PC should also be compatible with TuronAM. As of now, there are very few PCs in the market which is compliant with TuronAM. This holds the first position in our list for its quick responsiveness and connectivity. The router is advanced when compared to its peers, offering useful features to users who love new technology.
BT Home Hub —
Both easy and quick to set up, BT Home Hub could be the choice of those who want a simple router with the latest technology. The router is small is the size and can be adjusted anywhere. Because of its smaller footprint, BT Home Hub is idle for those who want a compact router. The router comes as a low-cost version of the BT infinity and fiber optic. Key features of BT Home Hub is its seamless connectivity along with four ethernet ports. The home hub comes with seven antennas for better connectivity along with MU-MIMO function incoming.
Netgear R8000 Nighthawk — Want to go for a groundbreaking design with the latest technology — Netgear R8000 Nighthawk is the apt choice for you. Lying somewhere between a small robot and a stealth bomb, the design of the device is just perfect for the design enthusiasts. The router comes strong on the features to with 3.2 Gbps of speed and the covert antenna which also means that you can get the connection for far away. On the features front, R8000 does better than its predecessor R 7000. With two USB ports, 4 GB LAN ports and 1 GB WAN support, the router serves just right. Also, there are indicator LED lights that would help you in gauging the strength of the network. However, there is also an option to switch off these lights. TP Link Archer VR2600 — Offering the multiple connection support and smooth performance this router from TP also makes it to our list. The set up for the router is very simple and can be configured with all the major internet service provider. Laced with latest 4X4 MIMO technology the router offers throughput to the level of 1,733MbitIs on the SGHz band. AVM Fritz! Box 3490 — The router has best of everything offering the best performance at a decent pricing. The AVM Fritz! Box offers long-range connectivity and comes packed with 3x3 MIMO 802.11ac wireless option. The modem supports both VDSL and ADSL enabling the quicker fibre connection. Packed with two USB 3.0 ports, the router offers the best connectivity.