For most people, an AC1900 Wi-Fi router hits the sweet spot. It delivers enough speed to support media streaming, and enough features to handle the needs of most homes without blasting a hole in your pocketbook. They’re not the most powerful, but they’re much less expensive than higher-end routers equipped with all the latest whiz-bang features.
This review compares two of the newer contenders: the Buffalo WXR-1900DHPD (notable for its use of open-source DD-WRT NXT firmware), and the somewhat more conventional Linksys EA7500 (one of the lowest-price routers to offer MU-MIMO).
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