TP-LINK's Archer C3150 was announced at CES 2016.
Synology's RT1900ac Router has a lot of nice features, but poor wireless performance.
Monoprice's 12288 earns a #1 powerline adapter rank. But it might not be the right choice for you.
Synology has finally brought its AC1900 class Wi-Fi router to the U.S.
The NETGEAR R7300DST provides another way to bring Wi-Fi to your home's pesky dead zones.
ASUS' RT-AC5300 Wireless-AC5300 Tri-Band Gigabit Router is another expensive big honkin' router you don't really need.
Linksys' CES 2016 lineup include lots of MU-MIMO products.
ASUS' RT-AC88U Dual-band Wireless-AC3100 Gigabit Router is an Broadcom-based 4x4 router with mainly an 8 port switch to justify its premium price.
Consumers have generally resisted paying more than $300 for a high-end Wi-Fi router. So why are we seeing new models going for much, much more?