Choosing the right wireless routers in 2017

A wireless router is probably the most underrated electronic device in any home. We use smartphones and tablets to connect to internet without realizing it is actually your WiFi router that routers signals between your smartphones and internet. We only notice about wireless routers when there is a problem in connectivity to internet. A good router is a device that can be set and then forget about it, they will continue to work day and night without you spending anytime on their maintenance. But buying the best Wireless router in India can be very challenging, You need to be aware of various features and factors that effect the performance and security of the router.

When you have two modems, you will likely need to have them connected, or bridged, in Wireless Router Bridge some way so that there is a seamless continuity in your operations over a long distance. Using this type of technology will ensure that you are able to connect to the internet even if there is no connection available. You will find that a wireless router bridge comes in many forms on the market from which to choose. Read on for a roundup of the offerings.

D-Link Outdoor Wireless AP Bridge Bridge

Wireless Router Bridge Retailing for about $198, the D-Link is an industry leader. Combining features such as 802.11bi standards to ensure seamless and uninterrupted wireless coverage over long distances for both personal usage as well as consumer usage, this D-Link wireless router bridge lives up to its reputation. The reputation has greatly increased after the implementation of modules for magnet.

Outdoors Wireless Ethernet Bridge

This wireless router bridge unit retails for about $89.99. It features an included bracket and frame for outdoor mounting and has a 29gB output that is high powered. This enables the unit to pick up a radio link even from a long range. A compatible AP that is multi mode as well as the latest, innovative security features make this Wireless Router Bridge the top choice for those individuals and business who are serious about being continuously connected to the Internet.

Use a Wireless Router Repeater to Get the Internet from Far Away

WiFi routers 2017Being able to use the Internet wherever you go is becoming increasingly important. Most cell phones with latest iphone and android applications are able to go online, and most people are switching over to laptops so they can move around their home while still browsing the Internet. However, unless you want to pay for two different connections, you will need a router to broadcast the signal across the area you need service in. If you need a very large range, then you should get a wireless router repeater, which can send very strong internet signals to distances of more than 300 feet. This will allow you to use it without needing to sacrifice data transfer speeds.\r\n\r\n

Linksys Wireless G Router and Repeater Bridge

This wireless router bridge retails for approximately $55.50. It offers you the opportunity to connect, or bridge, two or more routers together for use in your home or business. You will find that this router bridge can also be used as simply a router. It also offers enhanced security, speed boosting, gaming control, and wireless signal adjustment. These are just a few of the features that this item offers.

Asus Wireless N AP and Bridge

Asus is a brand that is known for making robust computer technology for reasonable prices. Their wireless router bridge is no exception. It can be purchased for about $37 and has many of the same features as higher end products. These features include the ability to upgrade via the Internet, the ability to switch your mode of operation using only a single touch, and restoration of firmware.\r\n\r\n

Top Wireless Routers in India 2017

If you are looking to buy good wireless routers in 2017, then here are list of them. I have reviewed some of the top wireless routers available in India.

Dewalt Compact Router DWP611PK Review

I came across this dewalt compact router in my brother’s garage a month ago. Apparently he bought it online and it was just recently delivered. I was playing with the features and turns out, I loved it! So the first thing I did once I got home was place an order for me.  Delivery was quite fast – took about a week to get it delivered. What I really liked about this particular dewalt compact router is that the motor runs very smooth even at very high speed. Now this is one important asset for me because I usually want my router to run at very high speed – not very generous at the patience department. Even if you do not usually work your router at high speed like me, this thing comes in handy because sometimes we need to work under pressure.

Pros: Now I have owned a dewalt DWP611PK once and they were very user friendly and came with a lot of features that not many compact routers of other brands can offer. Their dewalt plunge routers are also a stand out in the market of plunge routers. What the dewalt brand offers is that they combine specialized features in one single router. With the other brands, you have to specifically choose the feature that you need because they will come with just one stand out feature.


Porter Cable 690LR Router Review

I have been using this Porter Cable 690LR for over half a year and it is really helpful and fun to use at the same time. I am no professional and this is just a hobby for me so this particular Porter cable router fits just perfectly for my use. If you are just another hobbyist like me and browsing around trying to decide which porter cable router to buy than hopefully my review could come in handy.

The under-table stop is especially very helpful to me because it helps the motor keep to one position without you having to constantly reposition it so that it will not rotate out of the base. An added help is the ergonomic grip that gives a comfortable grip so that you are able to get precise designs without tiring.

Features: The porter cable 690LR is more like a newer version of the older porter cable 690 router. I have owned this one earlier and it was really good too. I still have it in my garage and use it whenever I need particular features to help me get a job done. I have read some porter cable router reviews that complained of an annoying switch. I agree it is a little less yielding than the older toggle switch but a little bit of oiling and greasing helped get the control back. Other than that this porter cable 690LR is all in all a good buy for me.

The newer version of the turn key adjustment is a bonus for me. This adjustment lever clamp is easy to use when you are in a hurry. And it is quite easy to locate also, which l like. With the older turn-key type I had to either fumble my thumb around or pause to switch it. But this one’s really easy to use. Initially, like the handle it was also a little difficult to handle but I lubricated it a little with oil and it is good to go. As with any other porter cable routers you have to lubricate and clean it frequently so that it stays smooth.

One added advantage of using this porter cable 690LR is that these porter cable routers are widely used in the market and so you will easily get replacement parts in the market. And as if this is not enough, you will get added features parts that you can play around with. One stand out characteristic of this porter cable 690LR is that it is extremely user friendly and yet has all the professional features. It is very popularly among both the pros as well as amateurs like me. It comes with a very sturdy set up that ensures a sustainable use.


D-Link AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router Review

D-Link AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router is both bigger and more ostentatious than most other wireless routers in India. The D-Link AC3200 (DIR-890L) is a giant glossy red triangular prism with six huge antennas sticking out of it, and promises tri-band Wi-Fi performance of up to 3200Mbps. This is one massive router, but it does what it says on the tin very well.

Essentially, the D-Link is a dual-band router (2.4GHz and 5GHz), but it actually has two 5GHz radios installed, and this allows you to run two 5GHz networks on the same router, and without compromise. The breakdown of its AC3200 rating is as follows: 600MHz for the 2.4GHz, 802.11n network; 1.3GHz is for each of the two 5GHz, 802.11ac networks.

In our tests, the 802.11ac speed proved to be reliably fast, especially across short distances. We tested by transferring both small files (3-30MB MP3s and FLACs) and big files (1-2GB MP4s) across short (up to 3m) and mid-range (up to 15m) distances. Files were transferred from an Asustor AS-202TE NAS device attached to one of the router’s Gigabit Ethernet ports, and copied to a Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga with an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 module.

As you can very clearly see, the D-Link AC3200 is quite a striking piece of technology. Its glossy red triangular chassis is vaguely bug-like; I think I’m going to start calling the bulk of the DIR-890L its carapace. Those six antennas extending from its rear and angled sides aren’t at all skinny or spindly, though — on the contrary they’re very sturdy and chunky, but are sadly not removable to be replaced with high-gain alternatives.