When choosing a wireless router, many people think that all of these devices are the same. As long as they provide you with internet, everything is ok, right? Well, in fact there are several important differences between the 802.11n and the 802.11ac standard routers, and these differences are well worth bearing in mind when you get yourself a new router. Here, we explain the differences of the 802.11n vs 802.11ac standard routers, and demonstrate how each of these routers is suited to different households.
In general, the 802.11ac router is deemed to be an improvement on the 802.11n router. The latter has been around since back in 2007 and, overall, the newer 802.11ac router provides users with greater compatibility, speed, and range.