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After spending over 100 hours testing 18 routers, we think the Netgear R7000P is the best wireless router for most people.It’s fast and reliable at both short and long ranges, it balances the demands of connected devices automatically to avoid congestion, and it works well right out of the box, with no arcane tweaking required.
Netgear’s aging R6700 is a great pick if you’re on a tight budget.You’ll have to manage its 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios separately, but you’ll still get solid performance and plenty of useful features. If you live in a small apartment or single-story home, or you just can’t spend the extra money, the Netgear R6700 will give you great throughput throughout your space for half the price of our main pick.Like most of Netgear’s Nighthawk series, including the R7000P, the R6700 features a smartphone-grade dual-core CPU, solid range, an easy-to-navigate interface, and handy extra features like a VPN server and a USB port for hard drives and printers.Unlike the R7000P and RT-AC3200, it lacks band steering, and its range is noticeably shorter on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.
If you have any area in your home separated from the router by 30 feet and two or more walls, you’ll see noticeably better and more reliable performance with the R7000P.I’ve been a professional system administrator and IT consultant for more than 20 years.More specifically, I’ve lived and breathed networking and Wi-Fi for the last couple of years writing for Ars Technica and Wirecutter.As a consultant, I deployed and maintained models of nearly every brand of network gear under real-world conditions; as a technical writer I obsessively test them, and listen to readers’ concerns to make sure I’m testing the right things.