The Arris SURFboard has long set the standard of how to do good modems and routers, and the ones on sale today are some of Arris' best. Get a full mesh system for your home. Replace the modem your ISP is charging you for with something better.
Love Netgear and want to improve your home internet? We've rounded up the best routers available now, whether you're looking to game, set up a mesh network, or just enjoy lag-free internet in your home.
Nearly a year after entering the market, Wi-Fi 6 systems for consumers are finally starting to appear en masse. These two options, one from Netgear and the other from Eero, promise to deliver gigabit speeds to your home. Find out which mesh system makes the most sense for you.
Stock antennas are a good one size fits all solution and work well for most people with clever positioning. Add some high-gain antennas to your router to customize your experience and improve your signal.
D-Link provides a good selection of Wi-Fi extenders with the DAP-1720 delivering impressive AC1750 speeds in a reasonably sized package. It even has an Ethernet port to get another wired device online.
Using your own money can save you money over renting one from your ISP and Linksys supports a wide range of speeds. If you can get by on 686Mbps, a 16 channel modem like the Linksys CM3016 is a great value.
AmpliFi provides the best package with a feature set that forgets nothing and an appearance that looks like an appliance from the future. Google and Eero make some great options with more wireless focused entries.
This flexible mesh networking system can blanket your whole home in Wi-Fi, eliminating dead zones and making sure you have access in every room. You can add more access points as you need them. These routers handle up to 200 connected devices.