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Routers

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ASUS RT-AC68U
Latest review: I recently purchased this router after doing much research for a replacement for a standard issue Iinet TG-1 gateway router, when the wifi signal dropped out. The TG-1 had served us well, though the

Google Wifi
Latest review: Moved into a large/long apartment and had issues getting Wi-Fi from one end to the other and also to outside (we installed a wireless doorbell). The internet speed at our main point hasn't changed

TP-Link AC1750 Archer D7
Latest review: Have used TP-Link gear for a while now and the AC1750 Archer is another great product. Strong and fast wireless. Robust and reliable, serves up all manner of network across my house without missing

Netgear AC1900 D7000 Nighthawk
Latest review: I purchased 3 routers before this and the WIFI was terrible, slow speeds and dropouts. This router has fixed all of my issues. Quality connection and perfect WIFI speed. Multiple devices streaming

Telstra Gateway Max
Latest review: I get this Telstra smart modem as part of the cable internet package with Telstra. At first, I was very doubtful whether this modem can deliver the speed as promised. However, this modem has

NetComm AC1600 NF17ACV
Latest review: I have had a Netcomm nf17 for almost 2 years and it has been a solid and reliable unit. For its price it performs very well on WiFi and actually exceeds the performance of the Netgear router my isp

TP-Link Archer VR600 / VR600V
Latest review: Bought this router modem when I was having an issue with the provider supplied model (TPG/Huawei). I was thinking of changing the old modem but unfortunately I will lose my VOIP as I don't have the

D-Link AC1750 DSL-2890AL
Latest review: Great value for money. We had terrible issues with our previous router, this one has given us 0 problems! It just works. The Wifi range is good. We never turn it off and it has lived in the hot

D-Link Taipan AC3200 DSL-4320L
Latest review: cannot believe how bad this modem is, i spend hours weekly on tech support to my ip, and good luck with d-lkink themselves. I spend hours googling solutions becuase my line is constantly showing 'no

Netgear Orbi
Latest review: I bought one base + one satellite a couple of months ago. Easy to setup. I just follow the manual and complete setup in minutes. (Probably because I'm an IT engineer) It provides mesh network and

Netgear N300 DGN2200
Latest review: This Netgear modem was purchased because I wanted to connect more devices via wifi and was looking for a good solution. I must tell it was reasonably inexpensive to buy and easy to set up. I just

Asus AC1900 DSL-AC68U
Latest review: It seems that most modems had problems after one year. This one is worse and it last about 6 months, although it's much more expensive than my other modems. My house is good and I was happy to pay

Netgear Nighthawk AC2300 R7000P
Latest review: My current NBN modem router from TPG was having some issues. My devices would lose connection or drop speed I would have to reboot the router. I bought this one from Officeworks for $200 and I am

TP-Link AC1200 Archer C5
Latest review: I just got this when the standard iinet issued modem router stopped sending a wifi signal Does not have VOIP, but we don't use that function anyway. If you need VOIP, then the Archer600 is the

TP-Link AC1900 Archer D9
Latest review: Bought this Router as an upgrade to my SP router and was blown away by the stability and speed it can achieve. No drop off, no need resent every day and at 90% speed at all time. Great price and good

Telstra Gateway Max 2
Latest review: I upgraded my old modem for this as I wanted to be able to use Telstra air when out and about. This modem comes with 2 parts to it, which is a bit of a space hogger on my desk. It works the same (not

D-Link Python AC1600 DSL-2888A
Latest review: It's a pretty ok router, kinda annoying to setup with nbn but eventually after an hour something i got it running. The wifi slowly started dying and slowing down only after 2 weeks, now the wifi

TP-Link TD-W8960N
Latest review: There are 3 things to look for in a router: 1. Signal - strength and stability are the two main factors in terms of signal. You need a router with stable signal strength and consistent coverage. 2.

TP-Link N300 TD-W9977
Latest review: Having owned a dlink I wanted a small router. I brought this one from Harvey Norman on recommendation from ISP and it took a few mins to set up and is faster with no lagging at all. For the price it

Netgear AC3200 R8000
Latest review: Best ever, this router has not skipped a beat. It is not ISP specific which was important. Tri-band, and selects the least traffic-heavy bandwidth so you always get great speed. It also connected

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