Netgear is releasing a set of four all-new transmitters that enables the switching to Wi-Fi 6 experience to be much simpler.

The networking hardware brand located in the US Western Coast has succeeded in producing routers that are compatible with 802.11ax, the lastest Wi-Fi networking standard.

These new products will effectively assist your Wi-Fi routers, which are struggling with a large number of devices connected at the same time. They will also satisfy the greater demand for massive bandwidth coming from playing online games and audio, video streaming as well.

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Above: A summary for the comparison between Wi-fi 6 , Wi-fi 5 and Wi-fi 4.

Home-based users are now more interested in smart devices, namely online cameras, voice assistant, automatic thermal system, as well as other devices. All of the above technologies cannot work without maintaining the cloud connection. As a result, the network’s complexity increases during their bandwidth competition, leading home Wi-Fi networks to surpass the current Wi-Fi generation.

Wi-Fi 6 transmitters from Netgear perform nearly 4 times better than Wi-Fi 5, also known as 802.11ac. These routers take advantage of OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple-Access) to utilize the connection its numerous access points. This will help minimize the bandwidth congestion within a connected home system.

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Wi-Fi 6 will be a giant step forward in making networks more capable and reliable. You can enjoy the enhancement not only in efficiency, capacity but also speed for Wi-Fi networks at home. Every single device with Wi-Fi can connect better through the reduction of internal interference. As a result, you don’t have to suffer from lag and buffering when playing online games or streaming at Ultra HD Quality (8K/4K).

With the debut of many new laptops as well as smart phones equipped with Wi-Fi 6, also the constantly expanding infrastructure, you will have the chance to enjoy the power of Wi-fi 6 much more earlier than any previous generations of wireless internet technology.

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Above: One Wi-fi 6 routers in the newly released set by Netgear

As 2020 is approaching, we will see many Wi-fi 6 supported devices introduced. In addition, you probably know that Wi-Fi 6 is fully functional on not only 2.4GHz but also 5GHz band. Not to mention it can properly work with older versions of Wi-Fi, your network’s ready for many years later once you upgrade to a Wi-fi 6 transmitter.

According to David Watkins, Director of the Intelligent Home Group for Strategy Analysis, he emphasizes on the potential of Wi-fi 6 in terms of less battery consumption, enhanced capacity and lower latency, rather than speed improvements as in previous Wi-fi generations. He estimates that, there are normally 10 devices using Wi-fi in a typical American family today. This number will increase a lot in the next 10 years as people buy more Smart Home products. At that time, only Wi-Fi 6 is able to guarantee the equally awesome experience for users’ massive needs of data from much more resourceful media services.

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Above: Netgear's routers are en-route.

First, you can purchase the Nighthawk AX4 4-Stream AX3000 (RAX40) in the models at 200 dollars. It shall be on the shelf this April, it has a combination between upgraded Wi-fi (3GBps) and a dual-core processor with optimized AX which enables a fully automatic smart home, ultra-quality stream with 4K UHD, online games, etc. You can also enjoy four streams of Wi-Fi at the speed of 600 + 2400Mbps at the same time (quite fast, huh?). You shouldn’t forget the device’s strong signal amplifiers, which give you the complete coverage of network within medium-sized homes.

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Above: Netgear's Nighthawk AX 4 (RAX 40)

You can also consider having the second item, the Wi-Fi 6 Router Nighthawk AX8 8-Stream AX6000 at $400. Supporting approximately 6GBps Wi-fi and an interesting appearance, it can give you 8 Wi-fi streams spatially (believe it or not) — four of which are in 2.4GHz band and the rest 5GHz, that’s four times bigger capacity than the normal 2×2 AC Wi-Fi. It also features Multi-Gig Internet, allowing you to have more than 1 GBps at your disposal.

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Above: Netgear's Nighthawk AX8 8-stream AX6000

You shouldn’t forget the Wi-Fi 6 Router RAX120 (Nighthawk AX12 12-stream AX6000), the third device in the set. It is available since April, at $500. RAX120 has 12 streams of 6GBps Wi-fi integrated with an AX-optimized 64bit 2.2GHz Quad-core processor. You can enjoy playing games and broadcasting at UHD 4K/8K, not to mention the finest smart home utilization. Being the sole router offering 8-5Ghz streams, you will have the reliability and range that you have never seen before for all of your devices. RAX 120 also has 5Gbps Multi-Gig Ethernet, granting users with various connecting options at a remarkable strength.

The last one you can grasp is the 12-stream Wi-Fi 6 Router RAX200 (Nighthawk Tri-band AX12), shows up in store this May at $600. You will be proud to have the most rapid Wi-Fi, nearly 10.8Gbps. You can also have 2.5Gbps Multi-Gig Ethernet which will greatly improve your LAN or the connecting capability.