Editors' note (9:47 a.m. PT): The $20 coupon on this product has since disappeared, leaving the current price at $80. That's not bad, but we're hoping the $60 deal returns at some point. The original story appears below.
is the newest -- and fastest -- version of Wi-Fi, and just about all of the latest phones and laptops support it at this point, including . That said, you won't be able to take advantage of those faster speeds at home unless you've got a Wi-Fi 6 router running the show.
Enter the. Originally priced at an appealing $100, it's an AX1800 router with full support for Wi-Fi 6 and top speeds of up to 1.2Gbps (1,200Mbps) on the 5GHz band. It's at full price -- but right now, you can score one on Amazon for just $60, which is a truly excellent deal.
In our tests, the Archer AX21 outperformed similar AX1800 routers from Asus and Netgear, with faster average speeds and better performance at range. In my home, where I run those tests, it was able to deliver triple-digit download speeds to a dreaded dead zone in my back bathroom -- when I was closer to the router, it delivered average speeds that pushed my fiber internet connection to the max.
You can read more about the Archer AX21 in, but it's a great pick if you've recently upgraded your phone or computer to one that supports Wi-Fi 6, and you need a router to match. Just be sure to click the box that applies Amazon's coupon for the extra $20 off of the $80 sale price before you check out.