Linksys greets May with Wi-Fi 6E devices

The U.S. manufacturer made a new router with a traditional router and a three-station mesh system.


Linksys immediately launched two new products for the 6 GHz low-latency Wi-Fi 6E train, the first of its kind to be Hydra Pro 6E and that Atlas Max 6E models are supported. For both devices, the promise of a Qualcomm Networking Pro 810 or Pro 1210 platform promises that the stability of wireless connections rivals that of wired solutions, and while the Hydra Pro 6E can cover 250 square feet and serve at least 55 devices, Atlas The Max 6E’s three-unit mesh system covers an area of ​​800 square meters with up to 195 connected devices.


Both enhancements offer tri-band wireless connectivity up to a theoretical maximum speed of 6.6 and 8.8 Gbps, but other commonalities include five Gigabit Ethernet and a single USB 3.0 port, a 4×4 MU-MIMO antenna layout, and also the possibility of easy remote management using a smartphone.


The Linksys Hydra Pro 6E costs $ 500, while the Linksys Atlas Max 6E pack, which includes three stations, can be taken home for $ 1,200, and orders can be placed with the manufacturer’s partners today.

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