NETGEAR's AC1600 router takes the #1 position in our ranking of this emerging class of draft 802.11ac routers.
D-Link's top-of-line AC1750 router uses Broadcom's second-generation processor to produce chart-topping 5 GHz 802.11ac throughput.
We retested NETGEAR's R6300 with our new wireless test process and found that it didn't rise to the top of the AC1750 router pack.
Updated - We retested two top N900 routers and one didn't fare so well.
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.
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