So long as you're not a networking newbie, the Totolink A2004NS AC1200 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router is a good deal for those living in a small or medium home.
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.
The hefty price aside, the Asus AC2400 RT-AC87U is the most complete 802.11ac router to date, capable of satisfying all your home networking needs.
Geeks with deep pockets might love the X10, but the majority of home users will find it too expensive for their daily networking needs.
The D-Link Xtreme N Storage Router DIR-685 is a very good single-band Wireless-N router; however, its extra features hardly justify the price.
Running Cisco Connect Cloud firmware, the Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router EA4500 makes an excellent router for those who want a fast and advanced home network that's easily manageable from anywhere.
The racing stripe on T-Mobile's newest hot spot unfolds to reveal two charging hookups if you need an emergency charge to go with your Wi-Fi signal.
The WGR614 is a good choice for those unfazed by the bleeding-edge nature of 802.11g.
The Linksys E4200 Maximum Performance Dual-Band Wireless-N Router is the first advanced router from Cisco that will make both novice and savvy users happy, thanks to its easy-to-use desktop application, comprehensive Web interface, great design, and stellar performance.
The Linksys E3000 is the first advanced router that's also easy to use for novices. It provides great wireless performance and has a good set of useful networking features. Its mediocre NAS performance and limited guest networking feature make it significantly less than perfect, however.
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.
The Belkin N1 adapter is a little better than the competition, but that's not saying much. Hold off on buying Draft N networking equipment for now.
The Covr networking family, unveiled at CES 2017, includes a Wi-Fi system and a Powerline Wi-Fi system both slated to be available in the second quarter of 2017.
A voice assistant, security cam and touchscreen rolled into one, WooHoo wants to be the center of your connected home.
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.
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.
If you can't wait until Norton's Core, and don't want to buy an expensive router, this looks to be a solid option for protecting your home from online threats.
The company's first home Wi-Fi router has all you need to build a robust network storage server in a single box.