10 Best Router For Everyone (2022 Best Sellers)

On this page, we will share our detailed reviews about the Best Router for you.

Best 10 Router Review

1.TP-Link – Archer Ac5400 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 5 Gaming Router – Black/Red

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I purchased this to replace the Netgear router that came with my ISP install. I have had around 10 wifi routers in my home. This is one of the easiest to setup and the most feature rich one I have owned. Seems to have all the features I normally use. The only thing I found a bit odd was when I wanted to move my printer from it’s leased IP address to a fixed one. The process wasn’t as obvious as I would like, plus I couldn’t see a way to cancel the existing lease so the printer would show up with it’s permanent IP address. I did figure out how to create the permanent address, with a little trial and error, without having to go search the internet, so the process is discover-able. But I had to reboot the router to force the printer to the new address. Not really a big deal UPDATE: I can no longer connect to the management webserver on the router. I have tried everything and have had 4 sessions with agents from TP-link The router is still working fine but I cannot make any changes. So, it lasted 4 years. Now I am looking to move on. Ubiquity?. 

2.Asus – Wireless-AX3000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router – Black

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I teach networking. Wi-Fi6 (and 6E) are emerging still, as the FCC tries to obtain more channels from the ISM band for general-public Wi-Fi use (all the way from 5.0 thru 7.5GHz, with hundreds of bondable channels!). 6E is better than 6 in this regard, but right now, just getting an affordable 802.11ax router is hard. I have quite a few consumer and carrier-grade AP’s at my place, and decided to put this little Asus AX3000 up against them. I had an older Asus 802.11ac (wave 1) which I loved, although it finally gave-up to power surges in “lightning-alley” where I live.

Short version: it’s awesome. I only have 300Mbps on my DOCSIS and 180Mbps on my VDSL2+, but the WIRELESS speeds max at my ISPs’ download speeds! (up to 30′ away). I only have 1,500 sq ft, so cannot put distance to a further test, but this thing is right-up there with my other wireless AP’s. It won’t have the same coverage as a 3-node Wi-Fi6 system, but the 4 MIMO antennas will beamform and add/divide between different devices very well. I can actually see my SSID 150′ away in my car.

You mileage WILL vary, but this is an excellent performance-price point balance. Remember: put all your Wi-Fi6 devices on one SSID, pref the 5G radio, and get all your slow devices on the slower, more crowded 2.4G radio (or ideally, off of Wi-Fi…you’re system is only as fast as your slowest device…think printers, wireless door bells, old computers, old TVs, etc etc etc). 

3.Asus AC1900 WiFi Gaming Router (rt-ac68u) – Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Internet …

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This is my 2nd model that I’ve bought. Paired this with my other Asus router to extend my wireless coverage at home to reach a smart switch and doorbell.

The pairing process, which I would consider an advanced feature, gave some difficulty. Both routers must have the latest firmware, which can be intimidating. The pairing process was not seamless wirelessly, however the routers can be paired via ethernet and then moved wherever you need them. One router becomes the primary and the other the secondary, and you access both through the primary’s webUI.

Running the routers in mesh provides different features than running two routers with the same SSID. The APs will communicate with each other and hand your wireless devices off to each other. You can also lock devices to a specific AP so that it will not attempt to connect to the worse wireless signal. I have both routers set up for ethernet backhaul to my ISP device and utilize the 4 switch ports on them for expanded networking.

Not a bad setup if you already have an Asus router capable of AiMesh and want to expand. 

4.TP-Link Archer GX90 AX6600 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router

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I have other TP-Link products that I have been satisfied with, so I bought this router to upgrade the speed from an older Netgear router I was using. It is pretty much an upgrade on every level. The range is much farther. I can now get wi-fi signal out in my detached garage. It can handle network demand of three TVs, two gaming PCs and half a dozen other phones and tablets. My work PC’s wireless connection speed went up 157 Mbps after upgrading from a wireless N adapter (Wi-Fi 4). And it cost me about $70 as of Feb. 2022, so it definitely didn’t break the bank. The reason I didn’t give it five stars, despite being a pretty great upgrade, is the fact that it just would not work well with a previously 100% reliable and working TP-Link Wireless N USB adapter. All the other devices in my house use 5 GHz, but this older adapter could only connect at 2.4 GHz. On Win10 64, it would connect and say it had internet, but then pages wouldn’t load and apps that needed internet wouldn’t work. Sometimes it would reconnect itself somehow, other times I had to manually disconnect and reconnect to get it working again. This would happen every two to five minutes. The adapter was for my work computer, so I need consistent and reliable connection, and this was obviously unacceptable. Router has latest firmware, turned on/off OneMesh, changed 2.4 GHz channel, relocated router and adapter… nothing would stop the adapter from losing connection every two to five minutes. A quick google search shows that it’s not just me with this problem… pretty common issue with their 2.4 GHz support with newer routers. The next day I went out and bought an ASUS AC1200 USB Wi-Fi adapter (another $30) that has 5 GHz support. It works great and it’s way faster, but I was mainly concerned about a reliable connection, which it also has no problems. I’m just a little ticked because it feels like I was “forced” into upgrading because something that previously worked fine with LESSER hardware was made non-functional because of this “upgrade.” So my main point is that if you are planning on upgrading to this router from a wireless N or older model router, you might have to plan on upgrading your wireless adapters, too, if they can’t use 5 GHz. Otherwise, a very good value for the upgrade to Wi-Fi 6. 

5.TP-Link AX3000 Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 Router (Archer AX55)

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This is an excellent router with great speed and range. We can get good/usable signal in our backyard 200ft away from the router even with our rural 25mbps ISP. It has all of the great WIFI 6 features you are looking for and is a very well balanced unit especially for the price. Setup through the web portal or Tether App is extremely simply and straight forward. This is likely a perfect router for most people. We have been buying TP-Link for years and have never had issues. Highly recommended! 

6.Synology RT6600AX Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router

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I recently upgraded to Verizon Fios Gigabit service and bought the Verizon G3100 router with WiFi 6 capabilities. Huge mistake. The router worked fine, but Verizon’s awful interface and security problems caused huge problems for my business. Long story short – I had to file an FCC complaint to get a refund on my router, and bought this router to replace it.

I was nervous because this is not a WiFi 6 router. Well, not a problem. It is every bit as fast as my Verizon router is with all of my current devices. Going forward, there may be new devices that would run faster on a WiFi 6 router, but I’ve been very happy with the speeds I’m getting on all devices (4 computers, 2 iPads, 2 phones and a variety of IOT devices) with the Synology routers.

Where Synology really shines is the ease of setting it up. I unplugged the Verizon router, plugged in the Synology router, followed the easy Synology instructions, and it just worked. I also use Synology’s Surveillance Station on my NAS and a variety of other Synology applications, and they all updated port forwarding and other settings automatically. Finally, and where the Verizon router completely failed, Synology has built-in VPN software that was simple to set up and also works seamlessly. Until today (30 Sep), Synology was also offering free VPN licenses for multiple connections.

My only regret is that I didn’t get the Synology router when I first upgraded to Gigabit service. I’ll happily wait for Synology to come out with a Wifi 6e router. I don’t know how long that will take, but in the mean time, this router does everything I want and need beyond my expectations. 

7.Linksys EA7450 Max-Stream Dual-Band AC1900 Wi-Fi 5 Router

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Years ago we had at least one other Linksys networking device – likely one of our first routers. It performed well enough that I certainly did not rule out another Linksys device when our Apple Time Capsule stopped working. Within the past year I heard many newer routers were much easier to set up than in the past. Although I would not say this was completely “plug-n-play”, it was easier than I remember – and worked well with both Apple and non-Apple devices. We have Amazon Echo, Google HomeMini, and even an Apple Home device. All rather seamlessly connected to the router.

I liked Apple’s AirPort Utility app, so I was pleased to see Linksys had a similarly visual interface to see which devices were connected to which band (2.4 GHz or 5.0 GHz) of the Wi-Fi router.

You can select icons to mirror the appearance of your actual devices (i.e. smartphone, TV, Echo), but not every device had a matching icon. I was surprised to see over 30 devices were connected to the router. Some devices were not easy to identify with the identifying information in the Linksys app. This was definitely not a deal-breaker, but a little frustrating.

Our internet went down for a couple of days after installing the AC1900 – not because of the Linksys device, but an ISP issue. As with any router (and modem), we simply unplugged the network devices and plugged them back in, and we were up and running after the cable company resolved their issues.

About a week after buying this router, it went on sale at Best Buy. Within their price match parameters, Best Buy quickly matched their own price. But even at about $160, this device was worth the price, as it kept me from having to invest hundreds more for a mesh system – we live in a 1,000+ sq ft condominium. Even the associate at Best Buy felt that would have been overkill. 

8.Asus RT-AC86U Dual-Band (2.4 GHz / 5 GHz) Gigabit Ethernet Black Wireless Router

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I purchased this with confidence and was excited to start using it as my 15 yr old Asus AC66U was starting to drop packets. My old Asus router has been a beast so wanted to keep the same brand. I installed it and transferred my old settings with a config file and immediately most nearly everything connected with a few exceptions. I have Dlink Dap 1522 bridge that allows me to connect a few older devices TV/Neo box that don’t have wireless. I could not get it to connect no matter what I tried. It saw the same SSID and signed in but the internet connection was not there. I thought I’d try powering off the router. There is no power button so unplugged it. Counted to 10 and plugged it back in. No power. What? Repeated and then noted a flicker. The socket has a bad connection. I must have got lucky the first time. I reinstalled old reliable Asus and this one is being returned today. I noted the old Asus router seems significantly more weight to it. The plastic not as cheap. Maybe its my perception but I think Asus cut some corners on this router especially given the socket failed with one plug in. Too bad. 

9.Linksys WiFi 6 Router, Dual-Band E7350

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Router technology seems to have really excelled in the last few years and this router shows that trend is just going to continue. It has been my favorite router to use yet and I have been nothing but pleased. Setting up this router was a breeze, I used to really struggle with router setup and troubleshooting but the way Linksys has router setup nowadays, I had zero issues. I have to commend Linksys on their browser setup and app features. Setup is so smooth and I love being able to monitor our router and service performance, how many devices are connected, etc. Once I got the router setup and working, I told the family to really put it to the test and use their devices heavily. We usually have about 18-20 devices connected in the house, not all used at one given time, but when everyone is home the demands can be pretty high. I monitored the performance for a few days and I have been very impressed. I had no complaints with speed, but where I really saw the improvement from our previous router was the range. During warm months, our family is constantly outside on the deck, in the pool, or in the garage working on something, and we always end up using Wi-Fi whether that is streaming music or streaming video for an outdoor movie night with the projector. I purposely tested this and I had no issues whereas our old router would struggle with range and reaching us outside. We also have wireless cameras spread out outside the house and them staying connected to the Wi-Fi can be spotty and unreliable. However I did see an improvement with the outdoor camera connections as well. I really have no issues with the range or speed of this router and this will be just fine for the majority for households. I also liked the guest access feature, that is something that was new to us but it is nice to have and I know we will use it going forward. The overall design of this router is also pleasant, it is modern looking and is compact in size, it is not much bigger than our stand up modem, so they fit together nicely. I also like that it is a standup router vs. the older router style of being like a big pan that takes a ton of surface area. Since this stands up, it hardly takes up space and the stand/base is solid, it does not feel like it wants to tip over once all the stiff wires are connected to the back of it. I like the look of the front of the router and its simple to the point light indicators on the front. Luckily we have yet to have this router abruptly disconnect, but I know on previous routers that had these clear indicators on the front, it was very easy to glance at the router and see if there was something awry with the home Wi-Fi. Overall, this router has treated us well so far and I can tell based on its performance that it will be plenty of power for most households, especially for years to come with this being such a modern and updated router. 

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10.Netgear 4-Stream WiFi 6 Router (R6700AX) AX1800 Wireless Speed (Up to 1.8 Gbps …

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Reliable wifi is more important than ever with security cameras, home entertainment, etc. We have 23 devices to date and my older wifi mesh system required constant reboots and speeds weren’t up to par in nodes. Wifi 6 allows much faster throughput with wifi 6 devices. I’m connecting in man cave and master bath at 470mbps with my iphone 13. Easy set up, great range, and reliability are strengths of this router. You can spend much more and get much less if you aren’t careful. 4 Ethernet ports come in handy also. There is no substitute for some knowledge on how wifi needs to be set up depending on specific devices. It’s always better to hardwire with Ethernet if possible but sometimes not possible depending on structure. It would be very difficult to get a better performing router at this price point, especially if you have compatible wifi 6 devices. I have a 400 mbps spectrum internet plan as an fyi. With my amplifi 3 station system I replaced I had slow speeds in areas I used mesh points and had to continuously reboot. I’m getting faster speeds and better reliability with this wifi 6 router. I had invested 300 in old system and got 3 years out of that system. This router is the best on market in my opinion (at this price) by today’s standards. It also allows excellent expansion if needed. I would start with 1 and see if your content with performance. I think you will be pleasantly surprised. Range is also excellent with external antennas. Our home is 2200 square foot ranch and this does a great job inside and outside with my wifi 6 phone. Highly recommended 

The Best 10 Router List

Rank Product Price Rating
1 TP-Link Archer AX11000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router $274.99 4.4
2 Eero Pro 6 AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router $165.00 4.7
3 TP-Link Archer C7 AC1750 Wireless-AC Dual-Band Router – Black $49.99 4.3
4 Netgear Nighthawk RAXE500 AXE11000 Tri-Band WiFi Router $554.99 4.4
5 Asus RT-AX82U AX5400 Dual-Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router $199.99 4.7
6 Netgear AX3000 Nighthawk AX4 Router $115.36 4.3
7 TP-Link – Archer Ac4000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 5 Router – Black $99.99 4.5
8 Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 WiFi 6E Tri-Band 10 Gigabit Wireless Gaming Router $527.27 4.3
9 Asus RT-AC86U Dual-Band (2.4 GHz / 5 GHz) Gigabit Ethernet Black Wireless Router $220.79 4.2
10 Asus – Wireless-AX3000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router – Black $209.99 4.6

Editor Pick’s 10 Router

  • Asus GT-AX6000 ROG Rapture Wireless Router
  • RT-AX3000 – Asus Dual Band WiFi 6 – Wireless Router
  • Asus AX6000 Dual Band WiFi 6 Router RT-AX89X
  • TP-Link Archer C20 AC750 Dual Band Wireless Router
  • TP-Link TL-WR841N Wireless N Router
  • Google WiFi Mesh Router – 1-Pack
  • Netgear | WiFi 6 Router | Nighthawk RAX40 AX3000 | Brand New, Men’s, Black
  • Asus ROG Gs-ax5400 Dual Band Performance WiFi 6 Gaming Router
  • Linksys – E9450 – Dual-Band AX5400 WiFi 6 Router
  • Asus RT-AC86U Dual-Band (2.4 GHz / 5 GHz) Gigabit Ethernet Black Wireless Router

Router Related Questions

Question:What does a router do?

Answer: Routers bring the Internet to your devices The router creates a local area network (LAN) within your house, allowing your devices to share files and peripherals like printers. The router manages all the information going to and from each device and the modem and makes sure it all ends up safely in the right spot.

Question:What router is best for me?

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Question:Are WiFi and router the same?

Answer: A router is a device that is used for forwarding the internet connection to all the connected devices. A WiFi combines the networking functions of a router and a wireless access point. A wireless router (or WiFi router) works much like a wired router, but it replaces wires with wireless radio signals.Oct 2, 2020

Question:What is modem vs router?

Answer: Your modem is a box that connects your home network to the wider Internet. A router is a box that lets all of your wired and wireless devices use that Internet connection at once and also allows them to talk to one another without having to do so over the Internet.Feb 11, 2021

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