Netgear presented the most technologically advanced router again

January has just arrived, and Netgear has already unveiled its new wireless routers for gamers and professionals in a wide variety of fields. And if we assume which particular product of the company will cause the most number of discussions this year, then most likely it will be the new Nighthawk RAXE300, which is slightly below the flagship RAXE500 in the company’s high-end product line.

And if we go into details, the RAXE300 offers its users a maximum Wi-Fi speed of 7.8 Gbps, as well as the ability to use the 6 GHz band for faster connections. Netgear also promises that owners of the aforementioned router will be able to get about 762 square meters of coverage from the device, as well as enough Gigabit Ethernet ports to connect the rest of your smart home.

It should also be noted that right now, Netgear would like to take the opportunity to remind the world of the Orbi 5G Wi-Fi 6 Mesh NBK752, released late last year. And if you are not in the know, then in essence it is literally the first tri-band 5G mesh system, which in turn can use the inside 5G modem inside for constant mobile broadband access, or as a “backup source of the Internet” in case of a standard failure. wired connection. And of course it’s worth saying that in the case of the Orbi 5G Wi-Fi 6 Mesh NBK752, just like with many other tri-band products from Netgear, the so-called “transport network” between the router and its satellite should provide a much stronger and reliable connection.

Rounding out the list of new additions is the Orbi Pro SXK50, the company’s new mid-range device aimed directly at small businesses and professionals working from home. And yes, it should be said right away that it lags a little behind its top sibling SK80, with a limit of 75 simultaneously connected devices, compared to 100 for the flagship, as well as a slightly slower Wi-Fi 6 speed. But so or otherwise, there is no doubt that the aforementioned novelty will be a really ideal option for those enterprises that, in turn, do not want to pay too much, but they need fast Internet.

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