I had intended for this to be a ‘top ten’ list of modems but I honestly couldn’t find ten that I thought were a good mixture of price, features and reliability. Unlike other lists, this isn’t a list of modems that just hit the market (as I never trust modems unless they’ve been field tested for a few months) but rather my top six modems as of April 2014.
|Model||Manufacturer||Star Rating||Summary||Avg. Price|
|TD-8840T||TP-Link||4 Star (181 Reviews)||Excellent reviews for a unit in this price range, some users very far from phone exchange (country side) experienced issues. No Wifi. Case looks like it was made in the 70s.||£14.98 / $36.99|
|TD-W8960N||TP-Link||4 Star (502 Reviews)||Can be used for Cable/Fibre Connections too, Wireless N Ready and Excellent Software Features.||£29.27 / $49.49|
|Bipac 7300n||Billion||4 Star (44 Reviews||While expensive, this is a Billion modem, reknowned for their reliability, robustness and speed. Solid Firewall with Dos Prevention and Packet Filtering||£70.58 / $167.84|
|DSL 320B||D-Link||3 Star (35 Reviews)||This is a bare essentials ADSL2+ modem with only one out port and no wireless capabilities.||£15.79 / $46.50|
|DSL-N55U||Asus||3.5 Stars (110 Reviews)||A high performance router with Gigabit connections and Dual Band Wireless N. Some users found support lacking to probably best for experienced technicians.||£89.98 / $185.90|
|DGN2200||Netgear||4 Stars (222 Reviews)||Good mid range ADSL Modem with Wireless N, 4 Ports and Guest Network feature.||£44.01 / $74.99|
3 comments on «Top Six ADSL Modem Review for April 2014»
I don’t know if it’s intentional, but clicking on the models, manufacturers, stars or prices in the reviews will add items to your Amazon cart.
Nope doesn’t add them to your cart (if I had a way of doing that I’d be a millionaire and hunted by Amazon!) – it just links to the product on Amazon