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Product Rank: AC Router

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#10
50.9

AC4000 class Broadcom-based 3x3 tri-band router with two MU-MIMO enabled 5 GHz radios.

$ 100

#11
54.3

Broadcom-based 3x3 AC router with Gigabit Ethernet ports, USB 2.0/3.0 storage and printer sharing and MU-MIMO support

$ 125

#12
55.6

Second generation Broadcom 802.11ac AC1900 router with storage sharing USB 2.0 & 3.0 ports and OpenDNS based parental controls

$ 110

#13
58.8

First three-stream AC3200 router based on Broadcom XStream technology with two 5 GHz radios

$ 207

#14
65.5

Qualcomm-based 4 stream AC2600 class router focused on network security

$ 240

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