Wireless N Routers

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  • TP-LINK 450Mbps Wireless N Router (TL-WR940N) (TL-WR940N)
    $29.99 $34.99 14% off
  • TP-Link AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (Archer C7) (Archer C7)
    $89.99
  • DLink Systems D-Link DIR-605L - Wireless router - 4-port switch - 802.11b/g/n - 2.4 GHz (DIR-605L)
    $39.99
  • TP-Link AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (Archer C7) (Archer C7)
    $89.99
  • DLink Systems D-Link DIR-605L - Wireless router - 4-port switch - 802.11b/g/n - 2.4 GHz (DIR-605L)
    $39.99
  • TP-LINK TL-WR841N 300Mbps Wireless N Router - Wireless router - 4-port switch - 802.11b/g/n (draft 2.0) - 2.4 GHz (TL-WR841N)
    $19.99
  • TPLink Wireless N WIFI Router 300Mbps (TL-WR841N)
    $34.99
  • Cisco RV110W-A-NA-K9 Small Business RV110W Wireless N VPN Firewall Router (RV110W-A-NA-K9)
    $611.00
  • T Power 12V Ac Dc Adapter Charger Compatible with Belkin, Seagate X Rocker, WD, NETGEAR, Nighthawk, Motorola, Linksys Lacie TP-Link, MJF, LaCie, G-Technology Hard Drive Power Supply (FX-12-2, TP-uf4-MSQ)
    $29.40
  • NETGEAR R6850 - Wireless router - 4-port switch - GigE - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band (R6850-100CNS)
    $159.99
  • AirLink 101 AR670W 300 Mbps 802.11n Wireless LAN/Firewall 4-Port Router (AR670W)
    $18.80
  • TP-LINK 450Mbps High Power Wireless N Router (TL-WR941HP) (TL-WR941HP)
    $74.99
  • TP-LINK Archer C60 AC1350 - Wireless router - 4-port switch - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band (ARCHER C60)
    $49.99
  • TP-LINK 450Mbps Wireless N Router (TL-WR940N) (TL-WR940N)
    $29.99 $34.99 14% off
  • TP-Link 450Mbps High Power Wireless N Router, Great for Wide N450 Wi-Fi Coverage (TL-WR941HP) (TL-WR941HP)
    $69.99
  • Cisco-Linksys E1000 Wireless-N Router (E1000)
    $107.09 $130.84 18% off
  • TP-Link Wireless N300 High Gain USB Adapter, 300Mbps, Dual 3dBi External Antennas, with WPS Button, IEEE 802.1b/g/n, WEP, WPA/WPA2 (TL-WN822N) (TL-WN822N)
    $16.99
  • TP-LINK TL-WR940N Wireless N300 Home Router, 450Mpbs, 3 External Antennas, IP QoS, WPS Button (TL-WR940N)
    $42.55
  • ASUS COMPUTER INTERNATIONAL ASUS AC1900 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router (RT-AC68U)
    $279.99
  • NETGEAR R6020 - Wireless router - 4-port switch - GigE - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band (R6020-100CNS)
    $59.99
  • NETGEAR R6350 - Wireless router - 4-port switch - GigE - 802.11a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band (R6350-100CNS)
    $129.99
  • D-Link Wireless N SSL VPN Router, 8-Gigabit Ports, 1 WAN (DSR-250N)
    $259.99
  • TP-Link N450 Wireless Wi-Fi Router, Up to 450Mbps, 3 External Antennas, IP QoS, WPS Button (TL-WR940N) (TL-WR940N)
    $29.99
  • D-Link Wireless N 150 Router (DIR-501) (DIR-501)
    $54.97

Buying guide

You can see routers everywhere – at homes, in offices and in public places. We love to stay connected (the concept of a connected home is highly sought after) and it is possible with routers. The router, as we all know, is a device that connects your devices to the internet and with each other using radio signals. While the Ethernet models still abound, everyone seems to be using the wireless versions of the routers. After all, who wants to manage miles of cable so that they can connect to the internet?

 

routerChoosing your Router

 

ADSL or cable router?

What you will first need to keep in mind is about the type of router – ADSL router or cable router. If you are using a cable connection for your internet, a broadband router or cable router is what you need. The modem that was given to you by your ISP will have the router connecting with it through the Ethernet cable. If you have an ADSL connection, then you need an ADSL router. An ADSL router has both the modem and the router in one box and only needs a power outlet to get started.

 

The router range explained

All the routers have their respective ranges and you need to keep this point in mind. A router with a longer range can cover your entire home and proves to be extremely convenient. There are wireless standards that determine the range of the routers and it makes sense to know about these standards so that you pick the right router.

 

Wireless b has the wireless standard 802.11b and this router has the smallest range of all routers. This router is suitable for small offices where everyone operates out of the same room. These routers have become somewhat obsolete now.

 

Wireless g has the wireless standard 802.11g is the most common wireless standard in use today. These routers are ideal for apartments, flats and small homes and offices. Most of the modern devices use this wireless standard.

 

Wireless n has the largest range and can cover medium homes and offices comfortably. If your use is heavy, then these are the routers for you to consider. Data and file transfer using this wireless standard becomes a piece of cake!

 

routerGet the router speed right

The wireless standards also determine the speeds at which the routers operate. Wireless b can handle speeds of up to 11 Mbps and wireless g devices can handle speeds of up to 54 Mbps. If you have a 100-Mbps superfast internet connection, we don’t need to tell you that wireless n is the router that you should be looking at. Make sure that your router can handle the speed of your internet connection because you will be wasting money otherwise. For instance, your 100-Mbps internet connection is wasted if you use wireless g.

 

Use dual-band routers

For faster speed and better performance, consider the dual-band routers. While single band routers can use 2.4 GHz frequency, the dual-band routers can also handle 5 GHz frequency.

 

How secure is your router?

Security is one of the big issues when you use routers. All the routers handle data in an encrypted manner and the two types of encryption are WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access). The latest type of encryption is WPA2 and it is the safest. However, before you purchase a WPA2 router, ensure that all the devices (that are supposed to connect with the router) are compatible. Some of the protection features available include parental control, website logging and remote management.

 

Get the right adaptor

Wi-Fi adaptors help in connecting devices to your router. Your laptop will have the adaptor built into it and for other devices, you can use between USB adaptors, PCI wireless adaptors and PCMCIA wireless adaptors. Needless to say, you need to understand compatibility before purchasing your Wi-Fi adaptor.

 

Which routers for which use?

For the best performance of your router, ensure you at least buy a dual-band router. These devices are faster and cover a larger range compared to the single band adaptors. The models to consider are Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200, TP-LINK TL-WDR3600, ASUS RT-N12, TP-LINK Archer C2 and Cisco RV130W Wireless-N Multifunction VPN Router.

 

 

For even better performance, consider the three-band routers and more. Yes, there are routers that have more than three bands too. Some of the top models include ASUS RT-AC68U, Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 R7000, TP-LINK Archer C7 TL-AC1750, Linksys WRT1900AC and ASUS Wireless AC2400 Dual-band Gigabit Router RT-AC87U.

 

ADSL routers are highly common in use because not everyone uses cable internet. Some of the best routers with ADSL include D-Link DSL-520B, Netgear DGND3700, ZyXEL P660R-F1, TP-LINK TD-8816 and TP-LINK TD-VG3631.

 

 

And there are also the cable routers for you to look at in case you use the internet provided by your cable company. The models for you to consider are ASUS RT-AC68U, Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 R7000, TP-LINK Archer C7 TL-AC1750, ASUS Wireless AC2400 Dual-band Gigabit Router RT-AC87U and Linksys WRT1900AC.

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