The routers worth buying in 2022

With new, affordable mesh systems and the arrival of faster Wi-Fi 6 speeds, now’s a great time to upgrade your router. You can …


24 thoughts on “The routers worth buying in 2022”

  1. I just purchased a TP-Link AX4400, it seems to be the best bang for the buck and I live in a 1 bedroom apartment so mesh would be overkill since I'm only dealing with 877 sq ft of apartment. Also after checking into the tech specs, theoretically, my router can do 224 devices between the 2.4 and 5Ghz bands. I don't have that many, but when it comes to smart home devices, having more breathing room is nice. For all serious devices, such as streamers, my iMac, etc, I use Ethernet. I've had the router for about a little over 2 weeks now, and it's been rock solid.

  2. Hey guys I'm a die-hard Verizon customer for 2 decades but I highly recommend looking at T-Mobile's 5G internet Cube. Unbelievable and the best internet service I've ever had in my entire life.

  3. So what I be buying? House is 300 sq feet, and I have over 25 number of wifi devices, download speed is 1200mbps & upload is 35mbps. Speed and reliability is important, in this areas where there are multiple personal wifi of neighbors. Thank you.

  4. I finally upgraded my old Nighthawk R7000. I originally wanted the ASUS ZenWifi but missed the sale. So I went with orbi Tri-Band AX4200 on sale for $350. I wish I upgraded sooner because now I have full coverage in every corner of my house and even to the street. Setup was ridiculously easy and all 18 devices are working great. I also ordered a wifi 6 PCIe card with Bluetooth 5.0 for my PC and that should be here tomorrow. Now I need to figure out what xfinity compatible modem to buy and bump up my internet to 800-1000.

  5. right now the orbi ax4200 is currently on sale on amazon for $230 if you buy it renewed from amazon. little bit less connection at 4.2gb but i still call it a steal

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