For the small percentage of you with 802.11ad clients in your home, the Talon AD7200 is a good futureproofing purchase, but is otherwise not worth your money.
With top Wi-Fi speeds of 4.6Gbps, Netgear's new router is only the second on the market with the 802.11ad standard. Small hitch: It costs $500.
Good things come in small packages, but this one's only coming to Australia.
The Voice Bridge does one thing -- forward calls to and from your landline -- but it does it pretty well.
If you have an extremely fast broadband connection and want an all-powerful home network, the Linksys EA9500 fits the bill. But a different router with more modest specs will satisfy most.
The SBR-AC3200P, when coupled with the SBX-AC1200 power line Wi-Fi extender, is a sure way to cover your residential home with Wi-Fi, if you can stomach their combined high cost.
Though super user-friendly, the Starry Wi-Fi Station is an overpriced router that, for now, doesn't have much more to offer than those that cost less than half its price.
If you need a powerful Wi-Fi solution for a large home, the X4S is a great choice.
TP-Link's first Wi-Fi router, the SR20 Smart Home Router, has a touchscreen and features built-in support for Internet of Things (IoT) wireless protocols.
D-Link is at CES 2016 with its first Unified Wi-Fi Home Network Kit, which includes a AC4200 router and a AC1300 extender. It's expected to cost $370.
The Steam Link is a tiny device that makes it easy to stream PC games to your TV.
Considering its insanely cheap price, the TP-Link TL-WR841N is a great buy for a small home with modest Wi-Fi needs.
Though pricey, the WRT1900ACS' long range and rapid Wi-Fi will deliver fast Internet to places in your home that other routers might struggle to reach.
At the IFA electronic trade show, Asus unveiled its latest Wi-Fi router, the RT-AC5300. It has two 5GHz bands that each can deliver up to a 2,167Mbps data rate and one 2.4GHz band with up to 1,000Mbps, by far the most powerful specs on the market.
The cool design and easy setup of Google's OnHub router can't make up for its lack of features and average performance out of the box -- though the promise of future software updates offer the potential for big improvements.
$50 a month gets you 10GB of data through this no-contract carrier; $25 a month gets you only 1.5GB.
The Netgear Powerline 1200 kit is the affordable answer to those needing a reliable, fast and convenient solution to extend their wired home network.
The WRT1200AC is just way too expensive for a second-tier 802.11ac router.