Saturday, May 18th
WD's MyNet AC1300 has a good combination of performance and price in an AC1750 class router.
Linksys' EA6300 has a few performance advantages over the top-of-line EA6500 and won't lighten your wallet as much.
We retested Linksys' EA6500 with our new wireless test process and found overall higher throughput, with one exception.
We retested ASUS' RT-AC66U with our new wireless test process and found generally higher results.
Securifi's Almond router has a nice touch screen interface and can function as a wireless range extender. But does that make it worth twice as much as other N300 routers?
If you're looking for an inexpensive outdoor wireless AP/bridge with decent performance, you might consider EnGenius' ENS200.
This alternative firmware for ASUS' RT-N66U and RT-AC66U routers has bug fixing as its top priority.
Buffalo lets you access the extensive features of this popular alternative router distro without the risk.
Updated - The Buffalo WZR-300HP runs on DD-WRT out of the box. But don't expect miracles from its "high power" branding.
Under $50 for a simultaneous dual-band "N600" router seems too good to be true. And in the case of the TP-LINK TL-TL-WDR3500 it may be.
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