After having done some research I could use some advice. I need something that broadcasts a fairly strong signal because of electromagnetic interference and at least one concrete wall. Also, simple software is preferred. Not too much stuff that I don't understand. My current Sitecom product is a '300N' product. I got it with a USB adapter for about 55 euros. Basically, I need a signal that is strong enough for 'multiple floors'. There are two brands that are 'supported' by my ISP. Sitecom and Netgear. I've been looking in some local shops. (Europe) It seems that the prices of Sitecom products have gone through the roof. They are not the best, so I shouldn't have to pay anything near 100 euros for a wireless router plus adapter. It seems they have stopped bundling their routers with a USB adapter, making things more expensive. Netgear ? A very long time ago I got one and it didn't work out. My ISP tends to have issues with Linksys routers. Also, I had a bad experience with one of those. Agressive EULA, possible data collection, forced upgrades, incomprehensible options etc. I don't need anything fancy, just a basic router that broadcasts a strong signal. The router plus adapter should cost 75 euros at most. I 'm used to installing a driver for the adapter and I'd prefer to keep it that simple rather than to configure the router through a setup from a CD-ROM, drilling through complicated menus. What's Netgear like these days ? There are some other options, such as TP-Link, D-Link, Zyxel, Belkin and Asus. Suggestions ?