A Wifi router lets you connect multiple devices to the internet, wirelessly, within your premises. Users generally require a router to effectively use the internet connection on multiple devices. However, if you connect multiple PCs / Laptops / devices to the internet, simultaneously, they would be sharing the total bandwidth available on the common internet connection, thereby distributing the total achievable speed amongst all connected devices, resulting in unacceptable speeds on each connected device, individually.
In order to achieve acceptable speeds on all connected devices, individually, users opt for high speed connections such as the ones that we provide. Some routers, however, are unable to support these high speed connections and in general, purchasing a compatible router which would work well in conjunction with our high speed plans could be a daunting task.
We are therefore suggesting a range of Wi-Fi routers which fit the basic requirements and which would help you to achieve transfer speeds pertaining to the subscribed plan/tariff. These measures, we believe, would enable you to achieve the best possible speed and would allow efficient use of the high speed internet connection available to you.
A list of routers is shown below, which illustrate the maximum speed achieved with the test device being located near the router and in the next room. This attempts to depict the realistically achievable speeds in the real-world environment.
|Brand||Model No.||Maximum Speed Achieved near router||Maximum Speed Achieved in the next room||Expected Price|
|D Link||DIR-600M||60||59||46||47||Rs. 1000|
|i-Ball Baton||ib-WRB150N||80||75||63||66||Rs. 884|
|i-Ball Baton||ib-WRD75EU||84||83||77||74||Rs. 1700|
|i-Ball Baton||ib-WRB302N||88||87||61||56||Rs. 700|