Wi-Fi 6 has arrived and promises speeds of up to 10Gbps by combining both 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 capacity of Wi-Fi 6.
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.
If you're ready to upgrade your wireless network there are a ton of options to choose from. Wi-Fi 6 is pushing speeds higher than ever before while mesh expansion is making it easy to add coverage where you need it.
If you're a parent trying to keep up with your kids' internet activity while they're supposed to studying at home, these routers can help you control what they can and can't access. You might even be more productive with a speed upgrade.
Wi-Fi 6 brings more speed and greater capacity than previous generations. With most new devices supporting the standard and router prices continuing to drop, Wi-Fi 6 should be part of your next upgrade.
TP-Link's Deco X60 mesh system is a great fit for many people and offers incredible speed and coverage for the price. But the Eero Pro 6 makes the better mesh node thanks to its tri-band AX4200 connection keeping mesh speeds high around the whole house.
Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers take speed to the next level with improved connectivity between the mesh nodes. Whether you need gigabit speeds or just want consistent coverage, there are plenty of options available.
TP-Link makes some of the best affordable Wi-Fi 6 routers and continues the trend with its Deco line of mesh systems. The Deco X60 is a great value with plenty of speed for most people. The Deco X20 isn't far behind with a fast, though slower, connection and great coverage.
If you are looking to add support for Wi-Fi 6 to your network without spending a lot on speed and features you don't need, there are more options than ever. TP-Link has the cheapest overall Wi-Fi 6 router and doesn't give up much speed to get there.
Using 160MHz Wi-Fi 6 enables very fast top speeds but for many people, the additional speed will go unused. If you want to get as much speed as possible from your home network, 160MHz bands are a good option but the upcoming Wi-Fi 6E spec might be worth waiting for.
Tri-band Wi-Fi 6 routers offer greater speed and connection quality for supported devices thanks to a third 5GHz band available to device. While dual-band routers offer more than enough speed for most people, tri-band can deliver those speeds in more congested areas.
Eero Pro 6 is the fastest Eero yet with a tri-band Wi-Fi 6 setup and AX4200 speeds. As long your signal is strong enough, this mesh system, should have no problem keeping up with a gigabit internet connection.