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[SOLVED] Cant decide which router to buy

Duje Gunjaca

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So i need to buy a new router and wireless adapter and i dont know which to chose.
Netgear r6400 https://www.netgear.com/home/products/networking/wifi-routers/R6400.aspx
Asus RT AC65P https://www.asus.com/Networking/RT-AC65P/
I will probably pair them with the Tp link archer t4e https://www.tp-link.com/au/home-networking/adapter/archer-t4e/

Im mostly deciding between these two routers also open to other suggestions on both the adapter and router.
Apartment size about 80 m square so like 860 feet square.And the router would be located depending on the sitation maybe 15 meters or maybe 7 meter(not line of sight in both cases)

Thanks
 
They are both name brand routers so you will get good support from either. They both likely put out near the maximum legal transmit power. They are both support 2x2 mimo (your end device does not support 3x3 like these routers). Performance wise they will likely be very similar. No way to predict things like this. The combination of you house design and the details of the end devices introduce too many variable to say which might be slightly better.

It is mostly going to come down to which software features you like the best.
 
They are both name brand routers so you will get good support from either. They both likely put out near the maximum legal transmit power. They are both support 2x2 mimo (your end device does not support 3x3 like these routers). Performance wise they will likely be very similar. No way to predict things like this. The combination of you house design and the details of the end devices introduce too many variable to say which might be slightly better.

It is mostly going to come down to which software features you like the best.
 

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