Best Modem for Multiple Devices

Best Modem for Multiple Devices – These are the best wireless routers for lots of devices I have found that provide the speeds, coverage and features in addition to the capacity for a large number of devices to be connected at any given time.

When choosing a router, remember to consider the physical size of your home, the download and upload speeds you receive from your Internet service provider, how many devices you plan on connecting to your Wi-Fi, whether adequate security protocols are in place, and any other features you may want, such as USB 3.0 ports or advanced parental controls.

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1.Gryphon

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The Gryphon certainly has the most unique design I have ever seen in any piece networking hardware, let alone a router. It resembles an obelisk that twists around halfway up the structure.

It will certainly be a conversation starter should anyone visit your home and see it.

The Gryphon has security and parental controls at the heart of its design, but that’s not to say it’s not an excellent choice for a router for you have lots of devices.

It is a tri-band router that is able to cover up to 3,000 sq ft using its wireless mesh technology.

This router really is a powerhouse with its six high powered antennas, 4×4 MU-MIMO capabilities and antenna beamforming. Not forgetting that it is able to deliver speeds of up to 3,000 Mbps.

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2.NETGEAR Nighthawk X10

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The Netgear Nighthawk X10 can provide coverage of up to 2,500 sq ft and is capable of delivering speeds of up to 7,200 Mbps.

Netgear claims that you can have up to 45 devices connected to X10 simultaneously whilst still being able to reliably stream videos, play games, browse the Internet and connect smart home devices.

In terms of connectivity, the X10 provides six Gigabit Ethernet ports and a single 10G SFP+ port. The SFP+ port is intended for fast network-attached storage access whilst there are also two USB 3.0 ports for connecting other devices, like a printer.

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3.Linksys AC2200

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The AC2200 router by Linksys isn’t as powerful or feature-rich when compared to some of the other routers featured on this list, but it is more affordable and is still a good choice if you have a modest amount of wireless devices.

The main selling point of the AC2200 is that is has been designed to seamlessly integrate with the Velop mesh Wi-Fi system for extended coverage. When used with a mesh Wi-Fi system, the AC2200 serves as the master node and can be a great way to extend the overall Wi-Fi signal in your home.

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4.TP-Link AC4000

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This router by TP-Link is a smart tri-band router with an excellent combination of performance and features and is, in my opinion, very good value for money.

The Archer A20 has a powerful 1.8 GHz quad-core processor allowing it to process multiple requests simultaneously whilst also accelerating load times.

MU-MIMO technology makes connecting multiple devices at the same time possible without the dreaded buffering we are all familiar with. Just remember that your devices need to also support MU-MIMO in order to take full advantage of it.

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5.TP-Link AC1900

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In the spirit of making a unique and elegant route, TP-Link somehow losses the element of practicability here. The propping stand means that you can’t lay the router flat on your desk or mount it on the wall. Plus, all ports are on the rear and any attempt to hang it on the wall is nearly impossible and its footing isn’t so sure to avoid tipping over. For most of us, this might be a design issue we will have to deal with, but it does look beautiful next to the TV at home.

Technically, you might be able to place the C9 on its back, but then you’re barely left with enough space for plugging the Ethernet cord at the back of the unit. Because of the router’s vertical orientation, the bright blue LEDs are clearly visible from across the room, and they can be pretty annoying in darkness.

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6.NETGEAR Nighthawk

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The second Nighthawk router to make the list of best wireless routers for lots of devices is the R7800.

Unlike the other routers featured, this one is only dual-band but it is still capable of delivering fast wireless speeds of up to 2,6000 Mbps which is plenty for even the most demanding activities such as 4K video streaming or online gaming.

The R7800 will intelligently choose the most appropriate band for your devices which minimizes interference whilst maximizing the speeds each device can receive. With this router, you can expect to experience seamless Wi-Fi on up to 45 devices.

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7.ASUS AX6000

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Wi-Fi 6, also known as 802.11ax or High Efficiency (HE) Wireless, is the next technology iteration for wireless routers. An evolution of 802.11ac technology, 802.11ax promises increased throughput speeds of up to 4.8 gigabits per second (Gbps).

That means less network congestion, greater client capacity, and better range performance courtesy of several new and improved wireless technologies. Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) improves overall throughput by breaking Wi-Fi channels into sub-channels. This allows up to 30 users to share a channel at the same time.

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WRAP UP

Best Modem for Multiple Devices – If you have lots of devices in your home, you need to make sure you have a wireless router that is able to cater for them all at the same time. Don’t let your router become the bottleneck in your home network; make sure you have one that is up to the task.

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