While it promises fast connections, the RT-AXE7800 failed to deliver in our tests, making it a poor buy.
TP-Link's Archer AXE75 offers decent performance and features at a value price for entry into WiFi 6E.
Offering Wi-Fi 6E connectivity for under $150, the Tenda RX27 Pro is a solid value. However, its 6-GHz speeds are disappointing.
If your devices are compatible with the 5-GHz band, then the Netgear R6700AXS is a solid and predictable budget option—especially for families in need of traffic metering and parental controls.
The Asus GT-AXE16000 router has top specs and a 6 GHz frequency. While the throughput was impressive, network congestion testing concerned us.
The ROG Rapture GT-AX6000 EVA Edition's design is something of an acquired taste, and its price tag is high given its lack of Wi-Fi 6E.
The Netgear RAXE500’s specs promise bleeding-edge performance. But while its throughput is impressive, we experienced some serious flaws.
D-Link’s entry into the budget Wi-Fi 6 space delivers on the fundamentals, but here are some shortcomings as well.
The AX6000 from TP-Link offers Wi-Fi 6 and lots of Ethernet ports for its mid-range price point. Keep your expectations in check and there's plenty to like here.
TP-Link's Archer AX11000 Wi-Fi 6 router has the specs of a top-end device, plus an integrated 8-port switch. But does its performance match the price?
The Asus GT-AC5300 has lots of inputs and solid performance. But is this previous-gen flagship router still compelling in a world of Wi-Fi 6?
Asus' ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is a high-end gaming router that delivers tons of features. But what about performance?
The TP-Link Archer A7 is a budget router that's a great value, although compromises are evident. There's no Wi-Fi 6 here, and 2.4 GHz performance is lackluster.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 is an entry-level high-end gaming router with DumaOS 3.0, Wi-Fi 6, and Beamforming features for $349.
The Asus RT-AX82U is a powerful mid-range Wi-Fi 6 gaming router with a myriad of features at a reasonable $229 price.