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The top 5 routers to buy in 2022

Well with the best wireless routers, anyone can stream
high-quality videos, play online games, and browse the
internet faster. If you're working or attending classes
from home due to the pandemic and have more than one
connected device pulling bandwidth at the same time,
having a really good Wi-Fi connection should be a must.
Also Read: routers vs modem

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ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000

The ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is established by ASUS as a Wi-Fi 6 gaming router. It is based on the Broadcom 4908 platform and has a single 2.4 GHz band with a throughput of 1148 Mbps.

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Asus RT-AX86U

Asus RT-AX86U

It may not check all the boxes for getting the best gaming router but the Asus RT-AX86U is a top performer that gets close to the magical 1Gbps mark. Equal parts gaming router and one for general use at home, the RT-AX86U not only brings Multi-Gig inputs and port aggregation to the gaming party but it’s ability to boost phone and tablet games is a big plus.

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TP-Link Archer AX21

TP-Link Archer AX21

Available for $100 (or less if you catch a sale), the TP-Link Archer AX21 is an entry-level, dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router that supports top speeds of up to 1,201Mbps (1.2Gbps) on its 5GHz band. It's nothing fancy, but it offered near flawless performance for small- to medium-size homes in our tests, and it's a cinch to setup and use thanks to TP-Link's Tether app.

4

Asus RT-AX88U

Asus RT-AX88U

If you have gigabit internet service or want to dig into the settings to fine-tune your network, the RT-AX88U’s extra features and improved speed and range are worth the higher cost. But it’s overkill in most homes.

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TP-Link Archer AX50

TP-Link Archer AX50

In our tests the TP-Link Archer AX50 created a speedy, responsive network even from across a medium house. You have to spend a lot more on a router—or a mesh kit if you have a very large home—to get anything even a little better. It’s our first WI-Fi 6 (802.11ax) router pick.