Thanks to wireless Internet technology, most people can now boast of good Internet connections in their homes. However, simply having a great modem or a fast cable service isn’t enough. For instance, you’ll need Wi-Fi capabilities to connect all your devices such as tablet, television, console or laptop. That being said, purchasing a powerful router will ensure you get a lotstrong Internet connectivity. In this review article, we’ll take you through the 6 powerful wireless routers for your home.
1. NETGEAR Nighthawk X10
NETGEAR Nighthawk series routers are popularly known for their powerful performance. However, the X10 is on a level of its own thanks to its cutting-edge tri-band 802.11ad Wi-Fi. With its exceptional speed of up to 7,200Mbps, you can comfortably stream your videos, play online games and download multiple files as you please. To make it even better, the quad-core processor enables it to handle multiple requests simultaneously.
• Tons of features
2. TP-Link Talon AD7200
This wireless router is the runner-up in our list because it has similar features to the Nighthawk X10. Its larger, uglier package shouldn’t be a bother to you either. Just like the X10, it supports the latest 802.11ad protocol as well as lots of antennas for a stronger and directed signal. Also, it can handle multiple devices thanks to MU-MIMO technology. The MU-MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology allows a router to detect objects between the connected devices and the router itself before directing the Internet signals around them.
• Lots of antennas
• Advanced router features
• Only 4 Ethernet ports.
3. Asus DSL-AC68U
This 802.11ac router is Asus’s 3×3 MIMO model with speeds up to 1300Mbps. To make it even better, you’ll get an in-built VDSL/ADSL2+ modem and 3 giant antennas for directed signal. Although it uses a plastic chassis, this wireless router is extremely solid with an imposing presence. However, you’ll need a compatible TurboQAM wireless receiver to get its supercharged 2.4GHz speeds.
• Integrated VDSL2 modem
• Strong wireless performance
• Only one USB port
4. ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300
This is one of the fastest gamer-friendly routers out there due to its slick management console and copious I/O ports giving you a lag-free gaming experience. This 4×4 tri-band 802.11ac router has a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU, flash memory of 256MB and RAM memory of 1GB. Also, it can reach maximum speeds of 1000Mbps thanks to the Quadrature Amplitude Modulation technology – 10240AM. Furthermore, the MU-MIMO technology to enables simultaneous data streaming.
• Gamer-friendly features
• 8 LAN ports
• Slick user interface
5. NETGEAR XR500 Nighthawk Pro
In the gaming routers category, this wireless router is a spectacular choice. The incorporation of Duma OS ensures that its main focus is to conduct effevctive network management instead of providing network services. In short, It combines low-latency design with high-speed data.
Still on the design, its spaceship stature has V-shaped LEDs up front as well as individual lights for the 4 Ethernet ports. Apart from the 4 LAN ports, the router also has a WAN port giving it data speeds as much as 1Gb/s. last but not least, it uses geo-filtering to reduce the distance between the gaming server and your location.
• Good performance and range
• Low-latency design
• Informative dashboards
• Big and expensive
6. Tenda Nova MW6
Finally, the Tenda Nova MW6 review for 2019 is here. Are you looking for an affordable mesh Wi-Fi system that is also easy to set up? Well, Tenda Nova MW6 is here to your rescue. What makes this devise special is that it keeps on working without any frequent signal drops regardless of where you’re in the house.
Furthermore, this elegant white cube device is packed with 3 nodes with each one having 2 Ethernet ports, a reset button and a power connector. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with a USB port like many other multi-router systems. In addition, both bands can deliver a theoretical performance of 1167Mbps.
As for the set-up, simply download the Tenda Wi-Fi app available for both Android and iOS devices. Follow this by connecting your modem to one of the nodes and scan the QR code to one of the mesh point’s base. Don’t worry about the other nodes because they’ll automatically connect to the Nova network. You can also check for signal strength by looking at the color changes of the LED on the nodes.
• Easy to set up
• Integrated with Amazon Alexa
• A lot of personal data is required to set up
• On Ethernet connection, it can’t reach over 700Mbps
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