The Linksys Max Stream MR9600 is a dual-band Wi-Fi 6 router that is among the smallest and least obtrusive Wi-Fi 6 routers.
While pricey, the Netgear Orbi RBK50 is one of the fastest, most powerful routers we've tested, even without its extension.
With an interface that can control an assortment of home-automation devices, Samsung's SmartThings Wifi mesh network can fill the largest homes with data.
The Netgear Orbi WiFi 6 (RBK852) puts data in all the right places, offering the fastest Wi-Fi 6 mesh kit you can buy.
It may be big and expensive, but TP-Link's Archer C5400X combines first-rate speed, range and built-in security to rule over all other gaming routers.
The Netgear Nighthawk AC2300 (RS400) is a Wi-Fi router that's built to provide Wi-Fi to your home while protecting your household from hackers and threats.
ESET's security software is fast, accurate and thorough. It lacks some extra features we take for granted but has a very light impact on your system performance.
Sophos Home Premium provides decent protection against malware for a fair price but lacks many commonplace antivirus features.
Fast, cheap and secure are the watchwords for TP-Link's Archer C2300. The router excels in Wi-Fi performance and is among the least expensive available routers that include antivirus protection.
Google's Nest WiFi mesh networking kit makes a virtue out of being small, while providing enough mesh networking performance for the typical home and an interactive extension speaker.
The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 may be big and expensive but has been designed with gamers in mind with a slew of goodies and extras.
The Arris Surfboard Max Pro has an AX11000 rating and can push fast data into new parts of your home, but does this mesh system measure up?
The Super Boost Wireless-N Wi-Fi Repeater is appealing on price, but the performance, features and support all fall short.
The Netgear EX2800 fills dead zones without costing an arm and a leg, offering great performance at an inexpensive price.
The easy-to-hide Linksys RE7000 Max-Stream AC1900+ Wi-Fi range extender is a great choice when you want to fill dead zones.
Big and bold, Netgear's second version of its EX6200 can push a Wi-Fi network into previously disconnected parts of a home with excellent performance, good range and one of the best assortments of ports.