A WiFi router is a device which allows a connection between all the Internet capable devices in your house and your internet service provider without using any cables. The advantage of having a wireless router is that you can connect many devices to the same Internet connection, and that you can have Internet connectivity wherever you go in your signal's area without having to have a cable plugged into your computer. If you're looking for a great wireless router, then we have some router reviews for you. These are the top devices on the market right now...

The Buffalo AirStation N-Technology High Power ADSL2+

The Buffalo AirStation is a monster of a router, and definitely not for those who are light Internet users. It uses new Nfiniti technology to make several bands that wireless devices can connect to without interference, so it gives a great, strong signal all the time. It has VPN support, as well as Ethernet ports and built in BitTorrent downloading features. Plus, you get all of this for the very low price of just £45.

The Trendnet TEW-692GR Dual Band Wireless Router

Okay, let's start off with the bad. For a router at this price range (it runs at around £89), the Trendnet is a little light on features. It has just four Gigabit Ethernet ports and a WAN port for a modem. And because it doesn't have a built in modem, you will have to situate the device right next to your existing modem to plug it in. However, it has two big advantages. Firstly, it's incredibly small. And secondly, and most importantly, the performance is amazing. You get a great, strong signal with little interference, even in big spaces.

The Netgear DGND3700 N600 Dual Band Gigabit

If you're looking for top of the line, then the Netgear is exactly what you've been searching for. It runs at a pretty steep £100 purchase price, but you get a lot for your money. It's a fully ADSL2+ capable router with both 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz band capability, so you'll get the strong, interference free signal that you're looking for. It has the regular Gigabit Ethernet, WAN port and two USB connections. Plus, you get a bunch of extra features too. There's a DLNA media streaming server, NAS, the ability to keep several SSIDs with settings for each individual one, and a guest network. One of the absolute best and most powerful devices on the market right now.

The Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight

If you're a household full of heavy internet users, you need the Asus Dark Knight. This device gets superfast 450 Mbps speeds on both the 2.4 GHz and the 5 GHz bands simultaneously. If you constantly video stream or are an intensive gamer, this is the router that you've been looking for. Plus, it's excellent at handling a lot of traffic all at the same time, whether that's multiple users or one user running multiple processes. The Dark Knight will set you back a hefty £140, however.