Where to buy a router: work remotely without interruption

A lot of folks are working from home during the coronavirus crisis, which means that their wireless networks might be under a bit more stress than is typical – so you might need to pick up a more robust wireless router.

You see, a lot of ISPs may include a modem with a built-in router, but wireless performance generally suffers in these kinds of devices. If you’re after a super reliable wireless network when working from home, picking up a dedicated wireless router can save yourself (and anyone else doing remote work in your home) a lot of frustration. 

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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