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Few elements of your home’s infrastructure have a bigger impact on your tech life. We recommend mesh Wi-Fi routers for most people, and we’ll help you find just the right one for your needs.
The affordable Linksys Max-Stream AX1800 can operate as a primary router or as a node on any Linksys Max-Stream or Velop mesh network.
Routers are getting faster even while they’re getting back to basics by dropping smart home hub features.
The networking company will ship a Wi-Fi 6 mesh router and a Wi-Fi 6 mesh system this spring.
This is the first router in the Nighthawk family that doesn’t look like its stealth attack aircraft namesake.
The new network device unveiled at CES targets people living in areas that are unlikely to ever get fiber or cable broadband.
The networking company will also ship several new range extenders in 2020.
Google's idea to blend a smart speaker with a Wi-Fi access point isn’t new, but the only other one you can buy is powered by Alexa.
This mesh router’s satellites, dubbed Points, house Nest Mini smart speakers.
Samsung blends a great smart home hub with an average wireless mesh router.
Alexa is moving out of the house to become a more mobile digital assistant.
Eero's Home WiFi System 2 is one of the most elegant home-networking solutions you can buy, but it’s not the fastest router.
And if you already have an Orbi router, it’ll make an awesome addition to your network.
The tri-band system will feature a dedicated 4x4 802.11ax network for data backhaul.
One router, the Deco X10, combines Wi-Fi 6 and mesh-networking tech.
The new Wi-Fi mesh router is the company’s first new home networking product since its merger with Foxconn.
Five new routers will come with two years of McAfee antivirus, and five years of IoT protection.
Lag-hating gamers aren’t the only target, this 802.11ad router has Plex Media Server onboard, too. But brace yourself for the price tag.
There's dedicated wireless backhaul along with Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and Bluetooth radios inside, but Z-Wave gets no love.
The new certification program will ensure that wireless mesh network routers, gateways, and access points from different manufacturers will all work together.