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Which Wifi Router ?

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    I would be taking a 4 mbps broadband connection for home use. i would like to get some expert opinion on choosing wifi router.
    I will be using a laptop, tablet and 2 mobiles at home (2bhk) .
    Main requirement of the router is to maintain good speed in all the rooms , that works even without power connection (if possible).

    I am looking for a cheap one probably less than 1500 or even 1000 .

    kindly suggest if there are any specifications that i must look into as i am ready to invest a bit more if there are important specs which even if takes it out of the budget but then can add a big difference to the usage and convenience.

    what i managed to find from online reading is the below 3 routers.

    TP Link TL-WR740N 150Mbps Wireless N Router
    Netgear WGR614 Wireless N 150 Router
    Cisco Linksys E900 Wireless N300 Router.

    Looking forward to some immediate suggestions .Thanks !!

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    TP Link routers are the best to choose, they are reliable and have a good performance.

    By the way which connection did you get?

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    i would be going for Pioneer ( local broadband connection) . They offer 4mbps speed Unlimited plan for 750 rs . it support DSL connection . So do you thing the TP link supports it .

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    That is not bad at all, such a difference as compared to big companies like Airtel, Reliance etc. I am not a 100% sure about TP Link supporting a DSL connection but I am pretty sure it would. First check the router specifications and features and secondly as the local broadband connection people.

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    is there a wifi router that has battery backup when the power goes down . if there are some can someone suggest affordable one's.

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    If the router has a USB connection slot then you can use any battery bank which would allow you to connect the router to the battery bank.

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    That sound's cool . Then i can add USB specification to my search criteria for wifi router.

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    TP-LINK TL-MR3020 Portable 3G/3.75G/4G Wireless N Router .

    How about this one .I guess it would work without power as well . And it has an RJ45 input i guess it would work for the dsl broadband connections .

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    How can i check if it works for DSL connections
    "Hame-R1 3G Wifi Router Built-in 4400mah Power Bank Latest HAME model"
    http://www.amazon.in/Hame-R1-Router-Built-4400mah-Latest/dp/B00COXQ6WW/ref=cm_cd_ql_qh_dp_t#Ask

    Does this router look like connecting to DSL broad band connections ?

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