Sharing a home Internet connection with someone unequivocally sucks. Inevitably, multiple people will be streaming multiple things at once, so stop-start playback and buffering plagues everyone. Western Digital has figured out a way to temper those problems with its specialized new My Net router, which, using a technology dubbed “FasTrack,” can identify video traffic from the likes of Netflix, YouTube, and Hulu within a router’s data stream and protect it from interruptions. Included with the router is an app so setup is simple, as well as the option of storage space for cloud capabilities. Running 900 Mbps, the 1TB model starts at $300, while a standalone My Net router starts at $80 for 600Mbps.