Xfinity Gigabit Internet subscribers can now rent the xFi Advanced Gateway to achieve full gigabit speeds and connect their smart devices.
The D-Link DIR-882 dual-band router gives solid Wi-Fi coverage and lightning fast internet speed throughout your home, at a highly competitive price.
Almond Guard is a Wi-Fi mesh system, smart home hub and security system for your home.
If you want great coverage for your medium-size home, lots of customization options and top speeds on your router – all for around $200 – the Linksys EA8300 is the one you want.
The Netgear Nighthawk Mobile Hotspot Router has tons of features, like 5G Evolution speeds and 24-hour battery life. It even acts like a router, connecting up to 20 Wi-Fi devices.
The Linksys WRT32X prioritizes network traffic to keep your Netflix-binging roommate from tanking your online gaming performance.
Three layers of protection for all your smart devices.
Unless you need the second-gen Eero’s enhanced range, we’d still recommend a competing mesh system or a standalone router instead.
The Asus GT-AC5300 is the ultimate Wi-Fi router for hardcore gamers and geeks.
The hole itself has its own technical purpose.
The Zyxel PLA5236KIT is an affordable yet effective choice for those looking to extend their home network for internet sharing.
The M5 is reliable and packs more useful features than most Wi-Fi systems in its price range.
If you live in a relatively large home with plenty of available wall plugs, the Orbi RBK30 makes a great Wi-Fi system, though not necessarily the best.
Though not perfect, the Orbi RBK40 is an excellent buy for those living in a large home, thanks to its great performance and full feature set.
The Plume works well for those who just want to to share the internet, but it's no better than competing systems that are cheaper and deliver more.
Featuring RDK-B and fast broadband speed, the new SurfBoard SVG2482AC Voice Gateway promises to take the Comcast experience to a new level.
The Ally Plus is a great Wi-Fi system for any large home but it suits families with both novice and advanced users especially well.
Geeks with deep pockets might love the X10, but the majority of home users will find it too expensive for their daily networking needs.