The Luma is a decent Wi-Fi solution but it's not compelling enough to make you pick it over others.
The Velop is an effective mesh Wi-Fi router, but it doesn't have a competitive edge due to its high cost and limited feature set.
The company's first home Wi-Fi router has all you need to build a robust network storage server in a single box.
Chamberlain's newest gadget will put HomeKit to work in a brand new way.
Packed with features, slated to deliver fast performance and priced significantly below competitors, Asus' new HiveSpot might just have all that you look for in a home mesh Wi-Fi system.
You now can get your own internet equipment even if you use telephone service from Comcast.
A voice assistant, security cam and touchscreen rolled into one, WooHoo wants to be the center of your connected home.
With two 5GHz bands and one 2.4GHz band, the new router can handle homes crammed with Wi-Fi devices being used at the same time.
Combining customized Linux firmware and Killer networking features, the new router promises the best gaming experience imaginable.
The Core gives real-time protection for the entire home -- but you do have to pay an annual subscription.
The Helios-EX range extender uses a dedicated band to eliminate signal loss and promises up to 12,000 square feet of Wi-Fi coverage.
Though fast, the Portal has too many niggling issues that prevent it from being a seamless experience. Go with the Google Wifi or the Netgear Orbi instead.
Google Wifi is the best Wi-Fi system on the market.
Plume's Adaptive WiFi System is a clever new way to extend your home Wi-Fi network, but does it offer enough to justify the cost?
The Almond 3 is a good router and smart-home hub, but we couldn't get our unit to work as a mesh network solution. We recommend the Eero or Netgear Orbi instead.
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.