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The Best Wi-Fi Routers for 2022

Updated Dec 10, 2022
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Sometimes, all the tips and tricks in the Wi-Fi world can’t help you. You might be experiencing symptoms such as dropped connections outside your home, the need to turn off your media streaming box when you want to play an online game, or worse yet, slow surfing even while you’re sitting just a few rooms away from your router. If your router is more than a couple of years old and is struggling in more places than not, a new router or a mesh-networking kit will improve your Wi-Fi’s range, stability, and speed all over your home.

TP-Link Archer AX50, the best wi-fi router

TP-Link Archer AX50

The best Wi-Fi router
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.
We recommend
 Asus RT-AX88U, future-proofed, high speed, high price

Asus RT-AX88U

Future-proofed, high speed, high price
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.
A better upgrade
TP-Link Archer A8, for smaller spaces or fewer devices

TP-Link Archer A8

For smaller spaces or fewer devices
The TP-Link Archer A8 is relatively inexpensive and still performs better at close range than pricier models. It’s a reliable option for a small home or an apartment with a few people and their devices.
Budget friendly

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