Google and Eero both make some pretty phenomenal hardware, but in the arena of home networking, which of the two businesses is the better bet? We've pitted the new Nest Wifi Router against the Eero Pro 6 to find out.
Make sure you have a fast and reliable wireless connection right where you need it with one of these excellent mesh Wi-Fi kits, which allows you to place smaller routers and beacons around your home for maximum coverage.
If you're looking to add support for Wi-Fi 6 to your network without spending a lot on speed and unnecessary features, you'll be happy to know there are more options than ever. TP-Link makes some of the cheapest overall Wi-Fi 6 routers and doesn't give up much speed to get there. Here's a list of some of the most affordable Wi-Fi 6 routers to help you decide which will work best for you!
Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers take speed to the next level with improved connectivity between the mesh nodes. So whether you need gigabit speeds or just want consistent coverage, there are plenty of options available.
The Netgear Nighthawk LAX20 is an AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 router with support for an LTE SIM so you can stay connected, even when your ISP isn't. This is also a solid standalone LTE router for RVs, thanks to its LTE antenna support and compact size.
Wi-Fi 6 has arrived and promises speeds of up to 10Gbps by combining the 2.4GHz and two 5GHz networks in your home. Here are the best compatible routers to take advantage of the faster speeds and greater Wi-Fi 6 capacity.
Wi-Fi 6E is the latest and greatest tech to keep your internet connection running as fast as possible with the newly available 6GHz spectrum. However, Wi-Fi 6 will deliver plenty of speed at a much more reasonable price for most of us.
Eero finally has a mesh solution fast enough for gigabit connection with the Eero Pro 6. The Eero Pro is still fast enough for most people, but if you need more speed than your older mesh can provide, the Eero Pro 6 is a great choice.
The Asus ZenWiFi ET8 is a fast mesh system with intelligently designed hardware with speed where it makes sense. The software is fast and reliable with great support for future expansion and excellent parental controls.
Wi-Fi 6E takes Wi-Fi 6 technology to the next level with the open spectrum available at 6GHz. With this extra spectrum, these routers can keep speeds high even if you have a lot of neighbors or 5GHZ congestion. Here are the best routers to try today!
The Netgear Nighthawk is one of just a couple of insanely fast Wi-Fi 6E routers with 160MHz support on both the 5GHz and 6GHz bands. Make the most of your fastest wireless devices whether they use Wi-Fi 6 or Wi-fi 6E.
Boosting Wi-Fi coverage in your home's dead zones is simple, thanks to a handful of reliable extenders. If whether you need a ton of speed or just a little extra push in one room, these are some of the best range extenders you can buy right now.
Netgear Armor and Bitdefender are adding new features to Netgear Armor to better protect your entire network including smart home devices like security cameras. Netgear Armor has a new price at $99.99 per year compared to the previous $69.99 and is available on most Nighthawk and Orbi routers.
If you're ready to upgrade your wireless network, there are a ton of options to choose from. Wi-Fi 6 pushes speeds higher than ever before, while mesh expansion makes it easy to add coverage where you need it.
The TP-Link Archer AX50 is a faster router with an AX3000 connection than the AX21's AX1800 connection, though most people will never notice the difference in speed. However, the AX50 does come with some other great extras like HomeCare, which makes it a better fit for families.
The TP-Link Deco X68 is a fast router with AX3600 speed and a tri-band connection. The third Wi-Fi band allows the X68 to keep speeds higher than the Deco X20 since it doesn't need to share the 5GHz band between devices and the mesh link.
TP-Link's Deco X20 is one of the cheapest Wi-Fi 6 mesh systems you can get with an AX1800 connection and 5,800-square feet of coverage. However, it still falls short of the Meshforce M7's potential tri-band AX2100 speeds with even greater 6,000-square feet of coverage. With software and expansion, the best one for your home comes down to your specific needs.