Now, more than ever, a reliable Internet connection is critically important. For the millions of people working from home, the ability to do their job literally depends on it. The same is true for remote learners, virtual socializers, gamers, or anyone who wants to stream a Netflix series or two. Without a good Internet connection, those things aren’t possible—which is why you need a good wireless router.
What makes a “good” wireless router?
As with most things, there’s no one perfect example of a “good” wireless router. There are wireless routers that are good for you, your needs, and your particular setup, but that doesn’t mean they’re automatically good for your neighbor. However, if we take a step back, what we can say is that, in general, a good wireless router gives you fast, reliable Internet coverage for your entire home, at a cost that seems proportional to performance, and with a usability that makes it easy to install and deploy. One of the easiest ways to tell if you have a good router is if, after you’ve set it up, you never have to think about it again.