Wifi Router Price in Pakistan

221 results for Wifi Router from 10 online stores. Wifi Router price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 540 to Rs. 29,500

NETGEAR AC1200 WiFi Router
 

Rs. 14,099

NETGEAR AC1200 WiFi Router

No reviews
NETGEAR N300-WiFi Router
 

Rs. 11,999

NETGEAR N300-WiFi Router

No reviews
NETGEAR AC1000 WiFi Router
 

Rs. 11,999

NETGEAR AC1000 WiFi Router

No reviews
ASUS AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 13,599

ASUS AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router

No reviews
ASUS RT-AC58U AC1300 Dual Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 12,650

ASUS RT-AC58U AC1300 Dual Band WiFi Router

No reviews
NETGEAR N600 Wifi Router
 

Rs. 17,199

NETGEAR N600 Wifi Router

No reviews
ASUS RT-AC1200GE Dual Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 16,199

ASUS RT-AC1200GE Dual Band WiFi Router

No reviews
Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 13,999

Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Huawei 4G Portable WiFi Router (E5577)
 

Rs. 14,999

Huawei 4G Portable WiFi Router (E5577)

No reviews
Linksys N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 13,499

Linksys N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Asus RT-AC59U AC1500 Dual Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 12,000

Asus RT-AC59U AC1500 Dual Band WiFi Router

No reviews
Asus AC1500 Dual Band WiFi Router (RT-AC59U)
 

Rs. 11,790

Asus AC1500 Dual Band WiFi Router (RT-AC59U)

No reviews
ASUS RT-AC66U B1 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router
 

Rs. 17,250

ASUS RT-AC66U B1 AC1750 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router

No reviews
Linksys Wireless-G Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 16,299

Linksys Wireless-G Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 9,499

Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Linksys EA2750 N600 Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 11,270

Linksys EA2750 N600 Dual-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Linksys EA6100 AC1200 Dual-Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 10,000

Linksys EA6100 AC1200 Dual-Band WiFi Router

No reviews
Linksys EA6100 AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 10,350

Linksys EA6100 AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
ASUS RT-AC1200 V2 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 11,499

ASUS RT-AC1200 V2 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
ASUS RT-ACRH13 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 15,299

ASUS RT-ACRH13 Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Linksys EA6350-ME Smart Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 17,020

Linksys EA6350-ME Smart Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
DIR-878 D-Link AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 15,525

DIR-878 D-Link AC1900 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Asus RT-AC1200 Dual-Band WiFi Router
 

Rs. 9,700

Asus RT-AC1200 Dual-Band WiFi Router

No reviews
Asus RT-AC66U B1 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router
 

Rs. 16,000

Asus RT-AC66U B1 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router

No reviews
NETGEAR AC1200-Smart WiFi Router
 

Rs. 19,299

NETGEAR AC1200-Smart WiFi Router

No reviews
ASUS 300Mbps Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 8,499

ASUS 300Mbps Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
NETGEAR N750 WiFi Router
 

Rs. 19,999

NETGEAR N750 WiFi Router

No reviews
Linksys E1700 N300 Wifi Router
 

Rs. 8,000

Linksys E1700 N300 Wifi Router

No reviews
Linksys AC900 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6200)
 

Rs. 12,999

Linksys AC900 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6200)

No reviews
Linksys N750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA3500)
 

Rs. 12,899

Linksys N750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA3500)

No reviews
ASUS RT-N14UHP High Power N300 3-in-1 WiFi Router
 

Rs. 7,820

ASUS RT-N14UHP High Power N300 3-in-1 WiFi Router

No reviews
Linksys AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6300)
 

Rs. 13,999

Linksys AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6300)

No reviews
Linksys N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA2750)
 

Rs. 12,599

Linksys N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA2750)

No reviews
Linksys AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 18,299

Linksys AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Huawei 4G/ LTE Mobile Wi-Fi Router (B315)
 

Rs. 15,499

Huawei 4G/ LTE Mobile Wi-Fi Router (B315)

No reviews
Linksys EA6700 AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 18,400

Linksys EA6700 AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Ubiquiti Instant wifi Router
 

Rs. 20,599

Ubiquiti Instant wifi Router

No reviews
Linksys AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6400)
 

Rs. 15,599

Linksys AC1600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router (EA6400)

No reviews
Linksys E1700 N300 Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 7,590

Linksys E1700 N300 Wi-Fi Router

No reviews
Linksys E2500 N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router
 

Rs. 8,050

Linksys E2500 N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router

No reviews

Wifi Router Price in Pakistan

221 results for Wifi Router from 10 online stores. Wifi Router price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 540 to Rs. 29,500

Wifi Router Price List

NETGEAR AC1200 WiFi Router Rs. 14,099
NETGEAR N300-WiFi Router Rs. 11,999
NETGEAR AC1000 WiFi Router Rs. 11,999
ASUS AC1200 Dual Band WiFi Router Rs. 13,599
ASUS RT-AC58U AC1300 Dual Band WiFi Router Rs. 12,650
NETGEAR N600 Wifi Router Rs. 17,199
ASUS RT-AC1200GE Dual Band WiFi Router Rs. 16,199
Linksys N300 Wi-Fi Router Rs. 13,999
Huawei 4G Portable WiFi Router (E5577) Rs. 14,999
Linksys N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Router Rs. 13,499

Wifi Router Overview

A regular need with all our devices connected to the WiFi, from our laptops to even lightbulbs today. If you are setting up a home or office network you will need a WiFi router to tie it all together and connect it to the internet.

Wifi Router Pros and Cons

Accessibility

Cheaper than wired networks

Slower than wired networks

More exposed to hacking

Dead spots

Wifi Router Description

Your node to interconnectivity

An essential unit in our lives today at home and in the office a WiFi router connects us to the digital abyss that exists within the internet. Depending on the specs one can connect a host of devices to a WiFi router and some have the ability to connect to a printer or hard disk through a USB allowing you to print wirelessly or access files from that hard drive while being anywhere in the house/office. Though the security of such a hard drive should be kept in mind as wireless means it could be hacked in a step less comparatively.

What to consider when buying one

WiFi routers come with various ratings relating to the technology being used within and how much information they can handle, these things are important to know about so you are getting a reliable device that meets your needs and is compatible longer. The number of antennas is not as important as what is powering them so multiple antennas might seem attractive but the internal specs are what drive them so it is better to pay attention to those. Starting with what frequency channels the router is broadcasting over with 2.4GHz being the most basic but slower one, stepping up to 5GHz this can handle more information and is thus faster but isn't so good around corners and bends. The 5.8GHz is the highest but a dual-band combo of 2.4GHz and 5GHz is probably still the better option regarding speed & coverage, a tri-band that combines all these will only show a minimal increase at this point in technology.

Decoding the WiFi standards

The terms regarding WiFi compatibility are probably the most confusing and ironically the most varied too. But to cut it short it is better to stick to 802.11ac and 802.11n as the others are slightly outdated modes currently, even out of these the 802.11ac is the newer standard and consumers should try to acquire a router running on this. This standard is also the one that combines 2.4GHz and 5GHz to give an overall balanced network that works faster and switches between the transmission bands depending on where your device is in relation to the router. WiFi routers tout all kinds of speeds but don't let this phase you as the actual speed depends on your internet connection, how the house or office is built and if you have a mesh network spread out or one main point of connection. When comparing you'll see labels like AC1200, AC1750, AC3200 and so on but to explain this better the 'AC' stands for the wireless standard discussed earlier (802.11ac) while the number refers to the speed. For example, the AC1750 means that the router shall be giving you 450Mbps on the 2.4GHz channel and 1300Mbps on the 5GHz band. These speed and power ratings keep going up every so many years as technology evolves to meet the needs of our devices and devices power up to work with the newer routers completing the circle. To choose which rating you need is a matter of knowing what amount of usage you usually have around the premises, for an average internet user the AC1200 is more than enough to handle all your needs and if it is an office and needs more power a higher rating can be picked.

Security regarding WiFi routers

The last thing to consider with WiFi routers is what security they employ to keep your information safe, probably the most crucial aspect as well! WEP, WPA & WPA2 are all security protocols that encrypt your network and require a login-key for anyone to access it. WEP and WPA are both outdated and easier to break into, today most service providers recommend WPA2 which is fortunate as most new devices have it but in case they don't it better to find a device that does.

Further elements

WiFi routers also have different designs from simple block designs to ones that look like spaceships. This is probably not as important as the rest of what has been discussed above but in case you want to find something fancy that fits your aesthetic, there are options. The more reliable and known brands include TP-Link, D-Link, Linksys, Google, Asus, NETGEAR and Apple. Available at many price points depending on brand and connectivity power.

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