TP Link Archer C3200


    TP-Link has a developed a router that some users may find efficient and economical. The Archer C3200 router should provide sufficient power for gamers and web surfers. Equipped with a 1GHz dual-core cpu, and three co-processors, the C3200 has adequate network capabilities. However, customers will not be overwhelmed with the router's power performance. Despite the average speed delivery, the Archer C3200 delivers more than respectable ratings in comparison with other routers in its class. Users not concerned with above-average speed connectivity, but desiring efficiency in their wireless purchase, will not be disappointed with the C3200.

    Netgear Nighthawk X6 Review


    The Netgear Nighthawk X6 is a tri-band gigabit wireless router that comes with a powerful set of features. Its hardware components are worthy of praise, and the router also acts as an impressive NAS server when connected to an external hard drive. The Wi-Fi data rates on the 5Ghz band are also excellent, though the 2.4Ghz performance is slower than other competitor routers.

    D-Link DIR-890L Review


    If you're looking for a router that's unobtrusive in your home, the tri-band D-Link DIR-890L/R isn't it. It's been described as looking like a space-age spider or a modern-day flying drone, and it's the largest router by size out there right now. But it's fast. Actually, it's incredibly fast. That, coupled with a good interface and excellent customer service, puts this new D-Link router at the forefront despite a few initial problems with the firmware.

    Linksys EA9200 Review


    The Linksys EA9200 scores top points for its ultra-fast Internet speed, dedicated and powerful signal strength, and a compact design that fits just about any place. Priced higher than some of its counterparts, it is perfect for any site where multiple connections need to be managed.