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5 Best Wi-Fi Routers For Every Budget

Imagining a day of our lives without the internet, listening to our grandparents telling us how they had no internet and how slow every process of work was, today sounds strange to us. Writing a letter for official use or to the family is a thing of the past.


In today’s day, it is almost impossible to imagine our lives without the internet. Whether it is staying connected with your loved ones or working from home, learning a new skill, or watching a new show, we all need the internet.


A whole new line of career options has come up to make a living online, and social media has become a significant chunk of our lives, which was used earlier just for fun, but now many individuals are making big careers out of it.


From paying bills to catch a ride, we use the internet. Even presidents hold meetings with other nation’s presidents through video conferencing. The internet has brought everybody closer and made our lives faster and easier. Today through the use of the internet, possibilities are endless.


To make all this a good internet connection is a must, be it in-home or in-office, and for that, one needs a good Wi-Fi router.


A Wi-Fi router is a device through which you can connect to a single network on multiple devices through a wireless fashion. Different routers work on different bandwidths and provide different speeds to work with. Nowadays, routers come with features like Parental Control and Guest Network access to make the network safer to use. Inorder to keep yourself more secure you give a shot to Admin Login, User, Password & IP. A good Wi-Fi router delivers good speed to multiple connections and covers large areas. 


However, a router must not always mark a dent on your pocket. There is still a router that not only suits your needs but also is budget-friendly.


Here are 5 of the best Wi-Fi routers for every budget:


Mi R4CM 300 Mbps Router: 


This router is great for light web surfing and sometimes even gaming use at home. It can work up to 300mbps speed and has four high gain antennas for strong signals and quick transmission.


TP-Link TL-WR840N V6.20: 


TP-Link TL-WR840N has a 300mbps wireless transmission rate for necessary and sensitive work along with fast downloading speed. Guest network access provides a secure network for guests as well as a home network. Parental controls make the network usage safe for kids. It also supports Range Extender mode to boost the existing coverage. It is suitable both for home as well as office use.


D-Link DIR-816 Wireless AC750 Dual Band Router: 


If your workload is a bit heavier, then this will work great. It can give speed up to 750mbps and has 4LAN and 1WAN ports. It also has dual frequency bands (2.4 GHz & 5 GHz) for strong signals and high speed.


 TP-Link TL-WR841HP High Power Wireless N 300 Mbps Router:


If you want a router for office use or you have a big house, this will work correctly. The high-gain antennas aid in enhancing sensitivity and reception of signals, which creates secure connections over more considerable distances over 10,000sq ft, and the signs remain unaffected when passed through walls and barriers. It offers three modes functionality- router, range extender, and an access point, all wireless. Independent high power amplifiers give up to 5x transmission power when compared to a regular router.


TP-Link Archer C50 AC1200 Wireless Dual Band 1200 Mbps Router:


The dual-band feature of this router makes it perfect for all types of usage- 2.4GHz 300Mbps for simple tasks like web surfing or sending emails and 5GHz 867Mbps connection for intensive tasks like online gaming or HD video streaming. It has four antennas for a more efficient and stable connection. It also has Guest Network access, which provides secure access for guests sharing your home or office network.


An expensive router does not always guarantee a better connection. To find the best router for yourself, you should first assess your requirements like, what kind of work will you be doing on the net, how much speed do you need, where will you be using it-home or office, how many people will be using the network, how much area coverage will you be needing, etc. Then you should choose one accordingly.


Also, if a router that fulfills your requirements is a bit on the pricier side but you cannot afford to pay that much, a crunchy trick is to wait for online sales on various e-commerce websites.


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