CES 2022: A six-antenna Wi-Fi 6E router is flashed by Netgear

Among other things, the new one includes a 2.5 gigabit LAN interface and supports link aggregation with slower interfaces.


Netgear kicks off the year with a tri-band router that builds on the shelves of retailers, building on the success of the Nighthawk RAXE500; introduces the Nighthawk RAXE300.


Equipped with Wi-Fi 6E capabilities, the somewhat unusual-looking design allows speeds of up to 7.8 Gbps in the 6 GHz band, and a quad-core 1.7 GHz processor with 256 MB of NAND flash storage and 512 MB of MB is accompanied by DDR4 memory. We will have eight Wi-Fi streams (two 6 GHz, four 5 GHz and two 2.4 GHz), while the signals will be broadcast by six built-in antennas, and we can further reduce potential interference by using DFS channels. . The router covers an area of ​​approximately 230 m².


The device, which supports 4×4 MU-MIMO, OFDMA, IPv6 and 1024-QAM modulation, has a 2.5 gigabit and four gigabit Ethernet connector (plus an RJ-45 for incoming Internet) and a USB connector. , and the latter allows you to connect mass storage directly to your home topology – interestingly, the specification list puts USB 3.0 and Type-C under one hat, while the construction shows a Type-C port. Nor is it incidental that two-port link aggregation can be implemented with simple gigabit sockets, so the speed of data flow through the network can be switched one step higher.


Of course, in addition to parental controls, a number of security features are available, including the Netgear Armor package, which provides protection against hackers and viruses, while the device is fairly easy to install and manage using the Nighthawk App, which runs from both iOS and Android operating systems. It’s also worth mentioning that with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, voice control is also one of our options. The product is expected to debut in the first quarter, carrying a (net) $ 400 price tag on its box.

Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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