The Purpose Of A Wireless Router

Many customers aren't sure of the difference between a modem and a router. Most modems also serve as a router, but are limited to supporting only 4 devices. If you need to connect additional devices, then connecting one of your modem ports to a router will allow you to make those connections.

Internet Routers

A router is simply a small peripheral device (a little box) that allows multiple computers, laptops, smartphones, consoles, printers and other devices to use the same network.

Although wired routers still exist, most people will go with a wireless router for the convenience. You can still connect your device with a cable if you need, but modern devices usually come equipped with an internet wireless modem.

Our current top-selling wireless Internet routers all support a Gigabit or higher. These include:

  • TP-Link AC1900 Wireless Long Range Wi-Fi Archer C9
  • Linksys WRT54GL Wi-Fi Wireless-G Broadband Router
  • NETGEAR N750 Dual Band 4 Port Wi-Fi Gigabit Router
  • HooToo Wireless Router AC1200 With 4 Antennas
  • ASUS 3-In-1 Wireless Router (RT-N12)

Any of these routers should be able to support your needs and extend your home Internet service at the fastest speeds available. Should you have any questions on which router is right for your, just ask.