I agree that would be nice, as would a measure of reliability. However, it's not practical for me to track and compile such information.What would be nice to see a mention of in the reviews is something about firmware updates/support from the manufacturer.
Oh, I didn't mean for you to track it, only at the time of the review.I agree that would be nice, as would a measure of reliability. However, it's not practical for me to track and compile such information.
I do agree, in general, TP-Link and D-Link update their firmware much less often. ASUS is probably the most frequent updater, with NETGEAR next most frequent.
Netgear seems to have stepped up their game to be honest, even though they might not be as proactive as I would like at times.I would suggest a 'far distant' second.
Asus is ahead of the entire pack here, by far.
Here's a good example of one of those models. (RT-AC59U V2)
That is still a $115 router, so not nearly as cheap as any of the ones in this review.