What to Look for in SHOPPING FOR A WIRELESS ROUTER
You should look for something that is Dual Band, and capable of connecting at Gigabit speeds. This will ensure that you are getting the best possible speeds. Keep in mind the old adage, "You get what you pay for." Some routers, while being more affordale, will perform at lower standards than those
Basically, you will be looking for something listed as Dual Band or Wireless A/C capabilities. You can look for these at Best Buy, or you can shop online and put one of the examples in a search.
Also, when looking for options be sure to check reviews; anything with thousands of reviews, and 4+ stars would be good to check into.
Here are 5 examples of Wireless Routers you can look into:
NETGEAR AC1750 Dual-Band WiFi Gigabit Router
Improve your WiFi speed and reliability with this AC1750 Smart WiFi Router, delivering speeds up to 1750 Mbps. With powerful antennas and Beamforming+, this router offers the range and performance you need for large homes. Connect devices like Smart TVs and game consoles to the ultra-fast Gigabit Ethernet ports or connect a USB hard drive to one of two USB ports to create networked storage.
ASUS RT-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router
ASUS RT-N66R Dual-Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router
NETGEAR AC750 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router
The dual band AC750 WiFi Router was made for the larger media demands of today's multi-device homes. Simultaneous dual bands minimize interference. AC750 WiFi—with speeds up to 300+433 Mbps-and Gigabit wired throughput offer lag-free gaming, smooth HD video, and lightning-quick downloads. And external 5dBi antennas improve WiFi signal strength for extended range and reliable connections throughout the home.
NETGEAR AC5300 NightHawk X8 Tri-Band WiFi Router
The Nighthawk X8 AC5300 Smart WiFi Router is the next wave in WiFi. Tri-Band WiFi and Quad Stream performance boosts X8's combined wireless speeds to up to 5.3Gbps. Four external Active Antennas plus four internal antennas amplify WiFi range. Six gigabit Ethernet ports means even more wired devices can connect and with port aggregation 2 ports can combine to double maximum wired speeds. Nighthawk X8 is the next wave in WiFi. Using Amazon Alexa™, control your home network with voice commands.