I've yet to see a problem free router. Most work fine, but we still see the call for a reboot or update to firmware. If you can set that aside, why not one from CNET's top routers at https://www.cnet.com/topics/networking/best-networking-devices/
Google WiFi is a great idea for it's mesh features.
Hi there, I am in need of a good WiFi router that can handle multiple devices without problem. My current router (not sure what it is) will cut out when streaming movies, while other devices are using WiFi.
Would like to keep under $200 if possible. It’s for home use. Would like a router with a fair amount of range.