That's after redeeming a $10 mail-in rebate, but still a smoking deal for anyone who needs a new -- or even backup -- router.
CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
The workhorse DIR-601 offers a nice upgrade for anyone still chugging along with an old and/or slow router at home.
The latest update for AirPort base stations addresses some minor but annoying bugs in Apple's line of Wi-Fi routers.
Time to consign that old, slow, security-challenged 802.11g router to the trash heap. For a mere $20, you can vastly improve your home network.
That's after a $10 mail-in rebate--but even at the prerebate price of $24.99, this feature-packed router is a smokin' deal.
AirPort Extreme Update 2007-001 Special Report: Does not enable 802.11n functionality, but is required for 802.11n enabler
Regularly priced as high as $76.99, this pocket-size router (which doubles as an access point) can turn nearly any hotel room into a fast, secure Wi-Fi hot spot.
We like the Asus WL-500W for its wealth of unique features and its strong signal at long range, but its short-range throughput is substandard and there's no Gigabit Ethernet support. This is a good choice only for advanced users who will take advantage of some of router's USB features and aren't afraid to wade into those waters without help.
It's cheap, easy to set up, and delivers more than acceptable performance at shorter ranges. We like the sleek, white Edimax BR-6504N router, particularly for networks with a mix of Draft N and older 802.11b/g clients.
Isn't it time you treated yourself to a router upgrade? The Asus RT-N13U brings all the benefits of Wireless N, and loads of other perks to boot.