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Wireless Router Reviews

Updated on February 25, 2016

Wireless Router Reviews

You might have heard your friends or colleagues arguing about what router is better, debating on wireless router reviews, while you are just standing there and thinking: “Aren’t all routers the same? ”. Well, no they are not. There are various aspects of these type of devices that have to be taken under consideration before jumping into any conclusions and buying the first one you find attractive in the tech store. Instead, you need to base your opinion on proven wireless router reviews that will provide you with all the information you need for an informed decision. Therefore, in the next few paragraphs, you will be able to take a look at some of the latest, most reliable and proven to work models available currently on the market.

AVM Fritz! Box 3490

It goes without saying that this is the first router that will appear probably in all wireless router reviews. Overall, if you need fast and stable connection, this the router you need. AVM Fritz! Box 3490 is broadly known not only for it’s specifications that are undeniably mind blowing but its easy to use installation software as well. It helps you to easily adjust the settings of your network in exactly the way that you want, without any restrictions. This router has a maximum speed of 1300 Mbit/sec, 2 USB 3.0 ports, which are extremely vital for every model, 1 Ethernet WAN port and 4 Ethernet ports, ideal if you want to wire your house for higher speeds. The usual price for this model is around $300 US dollars, which is a bit expensive but who wouldn’t give such money in exchange of quality and reliability.

AVM FRITZ!Box 7490 International 4-Port Gigabit Wi-Fi Router
AVM FRITZ!Box 7490 International 4-Port Gigabit Wi-Fi Router | Source

TP-Link Archer C7

This wireless router model, the TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 provided by TP Link is a bit different from the network products that we are used to see from this company. Although, many wireless router reviews have been written about it, no one seems to notice some of the tremendous changes that have been made to this generation. Needless to say, the first and most noticeable alteration of TP-Link Archer C7 is its design. Before, it was this old and boring style that almost no one liked and here we are with this new, shiny, black layout. Obviously, the three antennas have a considerable impact on the evolution as well. The next innovation that is easily recognised is the name. Usually, routers are being called a bunch of letters, which only the company knows what is their meaning but this model is a bit different. Archer C7 is so easily memorised, which is vital for the users, if you want them to brag about it to their friends. Despite the changes, the TP-Link Archer C7 is still the same beast, when it comes down to performance. It provides two wireless bands 2.4 GHz 802.11n and 5 GHz, USB ports, Ethernet ports and easy to use menu. All this on a fairly reasonable price - $140.

TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Wireless AC Gigabit Router
TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750 Dual Band Wireless AC Gigabit Router | Source
Wireless standard
ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router
900Mbps, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Concurrent Dual-Band
TP-Link Archer C7
450Mbps at 2.4GHz and 1300Mbps at 5GHz
AVM Fritz! Box 3490
1000 Mpbs

Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight Double 450Mbps N Router

This is the last wireless router we are going to take a look at and it is all worth it. It has almost all of the latest features that you need in order for you to have the best signal possible, no matter of your location. One of the characteristics that brings this router forward is its easy to use design. You do not have to be a network specialist to handle it or to have any experience. Simply follow the instructions that are provided and you will get there in no time. What is more, this router is currently offering the fastest speed possible of the wireless-N standard(both of the bands 2.4GHz and 5GHz are able to provide a maximum of 450 bps). What else the router might offer is USB ports, Ethernet ports, great interface, Network map and many more. The only problem with this model is that it does not feature a USB 3.0, which is a strong disadvantage but not strong enough to ruin such a great piece of work.



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