The new Bitdefender Box does a great job of protecting your internet-connected devices. It's easy to use and barely slows down your network.
The Antop AT-100B is a typical flat antenna with an amplifier that, in our tests, showed it can help capture otherwise marginal stations.
Outfitted with a basic set of features, this small-office all-in-one delivers a low cost per page, speedy performance and high image quality.
Simple, small and straightforward, the Netgear EX6120 AC1200 Essentials Edition Wi-Fi range extender is a snap to set up, but it disappoints on performance, and the company provides support for only three short months. It's a likely letdown for users.
Need to beef up your Wi-Fi network but don't want an extender that stands out? The easy-to-hide Linksys RE7000 Max-Stream AC1900+ Wi-Fi range extender is a great choice when you want to fill dead zones.
If buying the cheapest Wi-Fi extender is all that matters, get the $26 Coredy E300, but be ready for disappointing performance and range.
Bigger can be better when it comes to filling in the gaps in your home's Wi-Fi network. Netgear's Nighthawk X6S tri-band Wi-Fi mesh extender has the power to blast data farther and fill pesky dead zones. It's expensive but potentially more than worth it.
It might be big for a plug-in extender, but TP-Link's RE650 has the power to extend a network into uncovered areas. But it could cost as much as your router and could block adjacent AC outlets.
Looking for the best of everything in a router? Netgear's Nighthawk X6S delivers tri-band technology, speed and a slew of features.
With a design aimed at reducing the network lag for gamers, the Linksys WRT 32X combines a Killer Prioritization engine to apportion a home's bandwidth with a quick setup and an excellent interface. Alas, this yields mediocre performance.
Large-format printing, high image quality and lots of features are this OfficeJet's specialties, but less-than-stellar print and copy speeds and middle-of-road ink costs make this printer less than optimal.
The MFC-J775DW delivers very low ink costs for an entry-level printer, and though it performs adequately in black -and -white, color speeds are too slow for us to give it a high recommendation.
Ignition Design Labs' Portal WiFi is the rare piece of networking gear that combines easy setup with good performance at an inexpensive price.
It may not be the fastest or cheapest mesh networking kit around, but the Ubiquiti Networks AmpliFi HD Home WiFi System is one of the easiest ways to reliably fill a home with Wi-Fi.
Expensive and with midrange performance, the Luma routers are small, easy to use and let you set up a mesh network in your home for greater coverage, but the devices don't let you customize much of anything.
Bitdefender's Box protects your home network from attackers, but the real value lies in its bundled software bargains.
The Verizon Jetpack MiFi 6620L hotspot can deliver fast LTE Internet to up to 15 devices and lasts a long time on a charge.
Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter makes it easy to stream video from your mobile device to the big screen and delivers excellent video quality.