Measured with Speedtest.net (real speed) the JRS Eco 01A model offers 25 Megabits per second (Mb/s) while the JRS Eco 100 D1 and D2 models offer 400+ Mb/s. To achieve the maximum speed that your Internet subscription supports, you need to choose the Eco router model that is at least as fast. These are real measured throughput speeds, not theoretical values like ‘AC1900’. You can find out your Internet speed on Speedtest.net.
The 01A model has 100 Mbps Ethernet ports while the Eco 100 D1 and D2 models have 1 Gbps (1000 Mbps) Ethernet ports.
The JRS Eco 100 D1 and D2 models are dual band, which means they emit at two frequencies: 2.4 and 5 Gigahertz. This allows for higher throughput speeds. You may turn off the 5 GHz if you want to minimize radiation.
The JRS Eco 100 D2 has a wifi on/off push button on the side, and detachable antennas. The D2 is an upright model, and the D1 is a tabletop model.
For more details see the JRS Eco router product comparison table.