How much do you want to pay for the fastest home wireless networks? Have you paid more for your computer or phone? If so, Netgear has your solution. The company has On What it says is the first quad-band WiFi 6E fake networking system, Orbi Quad-band Mesh WiFi 6E. Pay a whopping 500 1,500 for a three-pack and you’ll get 10.8Gbps of total bandwidth across the 2.4GHz, 5GHz and now 6GHz bands, plus the backhole band (‘just’ at WiFi 6 speeds) to keep the main frequency clean. Your home network can easily override your Internet connection, even if you have one Multi gigabit service.
There are some improvements beyond pure speed. The three-unit bundle provides a maximum coverage of about 9,000 square feet (from 7,500 square feet). WiFi 6 model), And the WAN Ethernet port now supports up to 10Gbps. Accordingly, routers and satellites have additional 2.5Gbps Ethernet ports to improve the bandwidth of wired devices. You can create four separate WiFi networks, including the 6E-only network, to run new devices at full speed.
Orby quad-band router is available Order now, “Holiday time” shipping expected (Netgear store quotes ship date 29 October). You can buy additional satellites for 599 each. This is a huge amount to spend on your home network, but Netgear is obviously relying on at least some customers who will pay whatever it takes to get an uncompromising WiFi. Just know there are some well-suited options. Linksys’ AXE8400 There is no backhole band, but its one and two node options (plus lower overall value) may be a better choice if you’re more interested in WiFi 6E compatibility than raw throughput.
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