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Need advice on which AC Router would be best

Hi,
I am looking at getting a new AC router to replace my Netgear N600.
I have Comcast Internet
Connected wireless will be
2 Samsung smartphones
1 HP AC Laptop
1 Lenovo Laptop
1 Samsung Smart TV
1 Sony Smart TV
will probably get another AC laptop in the next year.
Hard wired will be
1 Gaming computer I7-7700, GTX 1080,
1 Smart Sony TV
1 Ruko
House is a rancher 50 ft by 30 ft
furthest from router is about 40 feet 2 walls
Looking to play games and watch TV and stream in 4k.
My problem is The routers suggested by review sites seem to have bad reviews on Amazon or Newegg.
Issues I have seem are
Router needs to be rebooted constantly and 2.4 died after a few months etc.
Ones I am currently looking at are
Nighthawk AC 1750
TP-Link Ac2300
TP-Link AC2600
but I am open to any suggestion's and information about the choices.
I am hoping to spend somewhere between $50.00 - $175.00 depending on what kind of feedback I get. I want a reliable long lasting wireless router that can accommodate the above.

thank you
Alan

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CNET has that list.

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I recommend

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I recommend TOTOLINK brand- cheap routers with very good speeds. Many options and capabilities. You can look it up on the manufacturer's site: www.totolink.net

Try this one- A3002RU. This the new one 'm going to buy Grin
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A3002RU

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It costs around 50-55 $ and has:

- Extremely High Speed Experience
- Simultaneous Dual Band
- Multi-functional USB 2.0 Port
- Easy Setup
- Multiple Wireless Network for Access Control
- IPTV
- Advanced Security
- Parental Control

It is also IPv6 Ready Happy

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Best Ac Router.

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According to me Netgear router is one of the best router in the world and It is the first wireless router.
It has many product like Night hawk gaming router, Surfing router,Mu MIMO router,Triband Router etc.
It provides High Speed Internet Service.These routers are high end LTE modems which provides high speed Internet services.You can freely search on internet netgearrouterhelp.com and you can find your answer.

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