Mar 05, 2018

Aug 09, 2019 So should I buy the R7000? - NETGEAR Communities It looks to me that any router with AC supported is half baked right now. You might want to stick with a good N router for right now unless you need AC now. I went with the R7000 for future proofing and hope either the Netgear or open source firmware is mature in about a year or less. I still like the speed and throughput I get with my R7000.

In other words, if I don't buy AX now, I'll be waiting for M1 to give me one, assuming they'll ever upgrade the stock model they give out. So idk if I should stay with ac for at least the next few years or be future-ready with ax now. I need to get a new router now, and this will be the only time I buy one directly if I can help it. So now, or

Best Wireless Router Buying Guide - Consumer Reports Aug 06, 2019 10 things to consider when buying a router - CNET Should you use the router provided by your ISP? When you sign up with a new internet service …

For the past few years, the fastest Wi-Fi routers on the market used a standard called "802.11ac," or "Wireless AC." The fastest AC routers might boast up to 5,300 Mbps of blazing-fast speed .

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