FIND THE BEST WiFi ROUTER FOR YOU
Power your online activities at home with the right Linksys wireless router.
Your life revolves around WiFi
WiFi lets you stream, game, video chat, and control smart home devices — so you need a router that supports the most efficient connection available.
Five Considerations Before You Shop
How fast is your internet plan?
Your plan directly affects your home WiFi experience, so try a speed test to check your bandwidth speed.
How old is your current router?
If it’s two or more years old, consider an upgrade to keep your technology up-to-date.
What are your online activities?
If you’re a heavy streamer, gamer, or you work from home, a router that supports high bandwidth activities might be right for you.
How many devices are connected?
If your household uses 10 or more devices, you may need a router designed to handle simultaneous usage of multiple laptops, smart phones, tablets, and more.
Do you experience lag or buffering?
If your video content keeps giving you delays and slowed performance, consider upgrading to a router optimized for faster streaming and gaming.
Routers for Streaming
Max-Stream™ routers are the ultimate home WiFi solution for multi-screen households that thrive on entertainment and other high bandwidth activities.> Learn More
WiFi Routers for Customization
WRT is the original router built for open source, allowing users the flexibility to customize their firmware. This tradition of innovation began with the original WRT54G router and continues to drive us to create groundbreaking WiFi routers.> Learn More
The Router Built Exclusively for Gaming
We built the WRT32X to optimize performance and prioritize gaming traffic. With its Killer Engine, it reduces lag, increases speed and power, and reduces peak ping by up to 77%.*> Learn More
Find the Best Router for You
*“Reduces lag/peak ping by up to 77%” calculated from the reduction of peak ping rate from 74 milliseconds (ms) to 17 ms when using the Killer Prioritization Engine on the WRT32X and a Killer-enabled PC using a 10 megabits per second (Mbps) down/2Mbps up internet connection that has multiple devices consuming the 10Mbps connection.