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Buffering Netflix series, slow download speeds and dead corners in the apartment that simply have no WiFi reception? If these problems spoil your surfing fun on the Internet, it is high time for a new router. And we already know which one, because Stiftung Warentest has tested WLAN routers and selected a winner.
According to Stiftung Warentest: This is the best WiFi router
In the test by Stiftung Warentest, the AVM * Fritzbox 7590 performed best. A total of seven DSL and one cable router between 117.00 and 248.00 euros from manufacturers such as AVM, Asus, Telekom and TP-Link were tested. With an overall grade of 1.5, the Fritzbox 7590 was able to clearly prevail against the competition.
Why the AVM Fritzbox 7590 was chosen as the test winner
The wireless router is a real all-rounder that comes in different categories
(including: data transfer, security functions, telephoning, handling
or versatility) has received the top grade “very good”. Only with
Power consumption was only rated 2.3. Even so, it took first place in the
Fritzbox 7590: Where you can buy the best WiFi router on offer
AVM FRITZ! Box 7590 WLAN – 189.00 euros instead of 249.00 euros at Media Markt *
The Fritzbox 7590 from AVM * costs 249.00 euros. At Media Markt, however, it is currently available for only 189.00 euros. This corresponds to a saving of 60.00 euros or almost 25 percent.
The wireless router with the best price-performance ratio
AVM FRITZ! Box 7530 WLAN AC + N Router – 115.00 euros at Amazon *
The AVM Fritzbox 7590 is still too expensive for you? Then we recommend the Fritzbox 7530 *. Because this also costs only 115.00 euros at Amazon instead of the usual 149.00 euros. And you don’t have to cut corners when surfing and downloading, because in the test by Stiftung Warentest, it only narrowly missed the gold medal with an overall grade of 1.6. What can the winner do better? It has higher maximum transfer rates, so it’s faster. In smaller households, however, this should hardly be noticed at all.
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