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It looks simple enough to blend in anywhere in your home, which will give you better range than if you hide it behind your TV.

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Above average speed from its high-end hardware make this a nice router to have, but it's a little on the expensive side and it doesn't have many "bonus" features.

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The LCD touchscreen display gives you router information such as which devices are connected and your network names and passwords (if you enable that feature).

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You only get three gigabit LAN ports for your wired devices.

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The menu will be intimidating for some with its four tabs and 22 icons.

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The app is very similar in design to the web interface with lots of icons, but some features aren't available.

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This router did have great top throughput speed, clocking in at 165Mbps on 2.4GHz and 847Mbps on 5GHz from close range.

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