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    Best Routers of 2015

    Best Routers of 2015


    Posted: 05 Oct 2015
    Routers may not be the most exciting piece of technology out there, but with the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, streaming boxes, smart TVs and more, the need for a good wireless router in modern homes is undeniable. Streaming services and online gaming can put a lot of strain on your local network and router, and if you’re sticking with the free option you get as part of your ISP deal, you might notice your connection slowing to a crawl when multiple devices are fighting for bandwidth.

    We've gone through dozens of expert reviews and long-term usage impressions from actual owners to bring you the best router you can buy in three distinct price points...


    Read more: Best Routers of 2015 - TechSpot
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    05 Oct 2015


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    Nice article, I was looking after routers with better signal strenght. Thanks
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    I have always used Linksys now Cisco Routers.
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    I love it when I click on something like that and my kit comes first

    They seem to completely miss though that the ASUS DSL-AC68U is one of the few VDSL modem routers on the market which makes it all the more special.
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    Gary said:
    I have always used Linksys now Cisco Routers.
    should be now Belkin routers under the Linksys brand as Cisco sold Linksys.
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    Almighty1 said:
    should be now Belkin routers under the Linksys brand as Cisco sold Linksys.
    OMG, the last Belkin Router I had, I had to return it. It would not work out of the box.
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    Gary said:
    OMG, the last Belkin Router I had, I had to return it. It would not work out of the box.
    Never had a Belkin router... I do have AC1900 routers from Netgear, Linksys and ASUS. Belkin has owned Linksys since March 2013.

    Belkin completes acquisition of Linksys from Cisco - CNET
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    Almighty1 said:
    Never had a Belkin router... I do have AC1900 routers from Netgear, Linksys and ASUS. Belkin has owned Linksys since March 2013.

    Belkin completes acquisition of Linksys from Cisco - CNET
    Well The E-Series Router that I bought long after 2013 has no mention of Belkin on it. Probably left over merchandise still with the Cisco-Linksys brand. Well it working , if I ever need another one I will look into Asus. Thanks Almighty for the info!
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    Gary said:
    Well The E-Series Router that I bought long after 2013 has no mention of Belkin on it. Probably left over merchandise still with the Cisco-Linksys brand. Well it working , if I ever need another one I will look into Asus. Thanks Almighty for the info!
    The EA6500 was the last Cisco made router which had tons of problems. The EA6900 was the replacement that was made under Belkin ownership. Ownership has nothing to do with it since only the real Cisco products are good and they have 4 digit price tags, all the stuff they acquired are not the same quality anyways. Belkin was the one who brought back the WRT under the Linksys name known as the WRT1900AC.
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    Almighty1 said:
    The EA6500 was the last Cisco made router which had tons of problems. The EA6900 was the replacement that was made under Belkin ownership. Ownership has nothing to do with it since only the real Cisco products are good and they have 4 digit price tags, all the stuff they acquired are not the same quality anyways. Belkin was the one who brought back the WRT under the Linksys name known as the WRT1900AC.
    Mine is an E1200
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