You can't beat what you get for the price with the DIR-867. It has lots of the top 802.11ac features and it performed well during testing. I'm not sure it will stand up to years of use, but you'll probably be looking to upgrade your network by then anyway.
With the latest firmware, the Linksys EA6500 makes a decent contender among the handful of its peers.
The Netgear R6300 WiFi Router is for a high-standards, low-ego type of user: it's not something you can show off aesthetically, but it's a powerhouse for a robust, fast home network, both for now and tomorrow.
Hard-core gamers will get their money's worth if they have a Killer PC, but everyone else should find a less expensive option.
Unless you love the radical design, the D-Link DIR-890L/R doesn't have enough to justify its hefty cost.
If you need a powerful Wi-Fi solution for a large home, the X4S is a great choice.
Netgear's WGT634U provides a fair storage solution for some home and small-office networks, but product limitations detract from its usefulness.
The Asante Smart HotSpot Wireless N Router AWRT-550N could make a good investment for a public wireless hot-spot, but its log-in security is overkill for home or office use.
The Linksys WRT110 RangePlus is an unconventional and stylish wireless router that supplies near draft 802.11n throughput without being an official Draft N router. We like this affordable, antenna-free router for networks where Wireless-G and Wireless-N clients coexist.
The Buffalo WXR-1900DHPD router is too expensive for what it has to offer. Skip it and pick one of many better options out there.
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.
Though it offers good maximum throughput, the Linksys WRT300N ultimately fails to do the new Draft N standard proud in both mixed-mode and long-range tests. Wait to see how the rest of the Draft N products fare.
TP-Link's first 802.11ac router, the TL-WDR7500, supports a combined wireless speed of 1,750Mbps.
Look no further than the Cisco Valet Plus if you want to get a robust wireless home network up and running effortlessly.
Motorola's SBG1000 has all the right connections to create a flexible, powerful, and reasonably secure network in your home or small business.
The BEFSX41 is an affordable solution for those who need secure access to their home or office network via the Internet.
The APC 3-in-1 Wireless Mobile Router can't match the ease of use, range, or warranty of the travel-router competition.
The TP-Link TL-WR941ND Wireless N router is a simple wireless N router with a friendly price. If all you require is a basic network and you have a mix of 802.11N and b/g clients, it does the job for cheap.