The role of a broadband router in the modern home cannot be overestimated. This simple-looking piece of kit is tasked with providing Internet access to a growing number of devices all day everyday, and with our lives having become increasingly connected, a router failure doesn't bear thinking about.
It has become one of the most crucial pieces of hardware in our day-to-day activities, and manufacturers have always been keen to push newer models promising greater speeds and support for the latest Wi-Fi standards. Router prices today can range from £15 for a basic unit to over £1,000 for a mesh kit promising whole-home coverage, so there's clearly no shortage of choice.
What we want to know is which router you've opted for, your reasons why, and most importantly, whether or not your chosen model has lived up to its billing in terms of coverage, speed and reliability.