Home Wifi, or the best Wifi and wireless routers and how it will differ from location to location are one frequently asked questions towards realtors. With this consideration frequently popping up, Tucker — an experienced realtor, answers this question by recommending the best wireless routers of 2017.
The Necessity of Home WiFi
Home WiFi had become a necessity nowadays, considering how the internet is now integrated with the daily lives or people—including their jobs. For this reason, many people are considering if having the best wireless routers in their home and maximizing its utility. Despite location and utility being relative to one another, there are still WiFi routers which are not greatly affected by your home’s location.
The Most Recommended Routers
These routers are the latest available in the market—the ones that are updated and with more features added compared to the ones previously available. However, for some items, you are not required to pay features which you will not find useful and therefore decrease the amount you have to pay for.
First on the list is Linksys WRT1900—serving you with internet speeds of up to 1300Mbps and allowing four ethernet ports and comes with USB ports. With these wondrous features, it costs efficiently at $249. Another router you might want to consider is the TP-Link Archer C7, costing only $84.99, which has the same speed as the Linksys WRT1900 and has the same other features as well.
If you have a lot of pennies to spare for an internet router, Tucker recommends the ASUS RT-AC88U. It utilizes up to eight ethernet ports and has a USB port—all for the price of $279. It stands out with its new and hard-to-beat capacities and the speedier internet it offers.
Despite these products promising the excellent quality of internet connection, remember that there are also other contributing factors to maximize the internet speed at your home. These factors include the quality of devices you are using to connect to the internet through the router, the number of devices connecting to that router and the weather could also interfere with smooth and fast WiFi connection.