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karanzale

Posted 12:41 am, 02/01/2018

If you play a lot of multiplayer games, then making sure you have the best gaming router https://ourpick.net/wireless-routers/;is essential. These routers have been specially designed to prioritise network traffic from games, a feature known as Quality of Service (QoS), so your gameplay won't be affected if other people are streaming Netflix

marshaldurden

Posted 5:20 am, 11/13/2016

It all depends on how much you want to spend. The cheaper you go, the less functionality you'll get. If you want to buy best here are links to look for


Johttn

Posted 6:52 am, 10/11/2016

As the different brands are famous for router specially TP-Link routers are reliable and mostly have more ranges. You can check latest list of wireless routers from here http://listsplash.com/best-...uter-2017/

But if you are looking for under $100 than this list has also good package for you.

Alvin2002

Posted 11:52 am, 08/02/2016

There are many great wireless routers out there and you can read many great informations from the Internet, If you want to buy a new router for your home office use, I recommend you to read more details at



You can find various great router for your needs

Mattadams

Posted 1:54 am, 05/27/2016

Well, sometimes you wanna go with custom solution like ubiquiti router and Wireless access points or sometimes you can pick one up according to your needs, whatever fits your bill is best for you.

Well, here is a good round up and comparison between top notch routers right now.

keygeeks

Posted 3:43 pm, 05/23/2016

It all depends on how much you want to spend. The cheaper you go, the less functionality you'll get. The more you spend the better functionality you'll get. It also depends if you want a router that support DD-WRT flashing.

Here are some articles that you can read that provide good information on which one will work for you.

chris87

Posted 8:01 am, 12/31/2015

It all depends on how much you want to spend. The cheaper you go, the less functionality you'll get. The more you spend the better functionality you'll get. It also depends if you want a router that support DD-WRT flashing.

Here are some articles that you can read that provide good information on which one will work for you.

http://www.pcmag.com/articl...080,00.asp
http://www.trustedreviews.c...-up_Page-1
http://listenthusiast.com/b...ters-2016/

dirtylow

Posted 9:05 pm, 12/30/2015

What's a good router?

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