With support for 3G, 4G and 4G+ networks, these affordable mobile hotspots let up to 32 devices connect at the same time.
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The top routers that support the new 802.11ac standard on the market. Since there are not many of them, all of those on this list are the best of their kind.
With much riding on the new version of its marquee software, Microsoft opts for caution and says the Windows 10 rollout will come "in waves, slowly."
The WRT1200AC is just way too expensive for a second-tier 802.11ac router.
Unless you love the radical design, the D-Link DIR-890L/R doesn't have enough to justify its hefty cost.
Linksys ships high-gain antennas designed to quickly extend the Wi-Fi coverage of any router with an RP-SMA detachable antenna.
Though it's easy to use and having an extra band can result in higher speeds, the Linksys EA9200 doesn't have enough to justify its over-the-top price tag.
Though not as innovative as it should be, the Linksys AC2400 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router E8350 is still a very good router thanks to its fast 5Ghz Wi-Fi performance and comparatively friendly pricing.
Routers sold as a $300 three-pack are meant to bring fast, reliable network access to all corners of the house. But first Eero will have to convince you your networks need fixing.
Despite its powerful hardware, the R7500 doesn't have the performance and features to justify its premium price tag.
The Linksys EA6400 is a good router, but for its current price, its Wi-Fi performance is rather disappointing.