If you have the money to spend, and already have an Orbi router, the Orbi Outdoor Satellite will give you great coverage outdoors and speeds as fast as you get inside. Make sure you mount it somewhere safe if you plan to leave it outdoors.
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.
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.
Geeks with deep pockets might love the X10, but the majority of home users will find it too expensive for their daily networking needs.
Supporting traffic prioritization down to the port level and link aggregation to deliver up to 4Gbps, the new switch delivers what all gamers look for in a LAN party.
You now can get your own internet equipment even if you use telephone service from Comcast.
The high cost aside, the Orbi System is a sure and easy way to cover a relatively large home with high-speed Wi-Fi coverage.
If you need a powerful Wi-Fi solution for a large home, the X4S is a great choice.
Only savvy users with a high-end server in their network should consider the Netgear R8500; for everyone else, there are many other router options that deliver as good or better performance for less.
$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.
Despite its powerful hardware, the R7500 doesn't have the performance and features to justify its premium price tag.
Even when it's working well, the Netgear R8000 Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Wireless Router has nothing to justify its expensive price tag.
The Netgear X6100's awkward design and frustrating performance make it suitable only for casual networking tasks.
The Netgear is expensive, but earns its $200 asking price with incredibly fast speeds and useful features.
The lack of Gigabit Ethernet in many ways cancels out the Netgear R6100's support for the fast 802.11ac standard and makes it just an average Wi-Fi router.
Netgear unveils first the 802.11ac router that has a built-in ADSL modem.