- Reviewed on: 25 June 12
- RRP: £150 inc. VAT
Although the DIR 857 is an excellent device, we question whether it's worth spending so much on an 802.11n router right now, when the newer and potentially faster 802.11ac standard is just around the corner. But if you're after excellent performance today from a known standard, the DIR-857 is a good choice.
- Reviewed on: 20 September 11
- RRP: £210 inc. VAT
Admittedly, the AVM Fritz!box Fon Wireless Lan 7390 is a very expensive router, and the multitude of extras isn't necessary for basic home networking. However there's little else to fault AVM on in their design of the 7390, as it is clear plenty of thought has gone into every aspect of this router.
- Reviewed on: 3 November 11
- RRP: £118
If you already have a working 802.11n router, you probably don't need to jump on Belkin's N750 DB just because it's new. However, if you're struggling with dead zones for one or more of your wireless devices, then there's more than enough justification for the upgrade.
Read our Belkin N750 DB review.
- Reviewed on: 7 September 11
- RRP: £120 inc. VAT
A high-end dual-band router for both cable and ADSL2+ connections that delivers excellent wireless speeds
Read our Netgear N600 DGND3700 review.