A wireless router functions just like a regular router, only that it doesn’t require a cable connection. You only need to connect the router with the internet source, and then the data will be converted to radio signals for other devices to access the internet. Below are the five best wireless internet routers.

Asus RT-AC86U

The Asus RT-AC 86U is a high-speed wireless router with a wide coverage area. It has an 802.11ac 1734 Mbps down speed and Gigabit Wan, 4 x Gigabit LAN, USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 online connectivity. It features MU-MIMO, WTFast Gamers Private Network, Adaptive QoS, and Traffic Analyzer.

Netgear Orbi AC2200

This wireless router has 802.11ac 5GHz 68.8Mbps down speed and 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports/unit connectivity, which is excellent for online connectivity. The main features are Pause Wi-Fi, smartphone setup, Disney Circle parental controls, Tri-Band networking, and modular.

Google WI-FI

Google WI-FI is superb wireless hardware which packs 802.11ac 5GHz down 101.41 Mbps browsing speed and 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports per Wi-Fi point connectivity. The main features include C1200 2 x 2 Wave 2 Wi-Fi, VPN Connection, TX beamforming, and Bluetooth Smart Ready. Above all, it is highly portable and is best for on-the-go use.

Samsung Connect Home

This smart-home hub packs AC1300 5GHz: 866Mbps; and 2.4GHz: 400Mbps speed and x Gigabit Ethernet per Wi-Fi point online connectivity. It also has MU-MIMO, Tri-band Wi-Fi, and Smart device management features.

D-Link Covr-C1203

The Covr-C1203 has high coverage ability with x Gigabit Ethernet LAN per online node connectivity and incredible 2.4 GHz; up to 300Mbps and 5GHz; up to 866Mbps browsing speed. Its main features include parental controls, MU-MIMO, Smart device setup, VPN connection, and Smart network control.

All the above wireless internet routers are great at their browsing speed and also connectivity strength. But don’t just buy any of them, assess your needs first.