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NETGEAR brings 2 more, new Wi-Fi 6 routers for the future

Back in April, NETGEAR had announced its first Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) router, the RAX80. Embracing for the future that is surely coming sooner than you know it, NETGEAR has further launched 2 new, Wi-Fi 6 routers to complement the RAX80 (which has now become the mid-tier Wi-Fi 6 router).

Those on a budget would want to take the Nighthawk AX4 (RAX40) and those who want the best of the best should take a look at the new Nighthawk AX12 (RAX120).

Even though I’m happy with my NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500 router, I’ve come to realise that my smart home devices are growing (thanks to all these review units making their way to my house). They’ve started to bottleneck the wireless bandwidth (due to the limitation of the 802.11ac technology) and the new Wi-Fi 6 seems like a breath of fresh air!

The Nighthawk® AX4 4-Stream AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Router (RAX40) is a 3Gbps (600+2400Mbps) Wi-Fi 6 wireless router with a dual-core processor.

This is definitely the router to grab if you want to throw yourself into the Wi-Fi 6 world and still save hundreds of dollars. Not suited for 8K video streaming, however.

This is definitely the router to grab if you want to throw yourself into the Wi-Fi 6 world and still save hundreds of dollars. Not suited for 8K video streaming, however.

NETGEAR Nighthawk RAX40 can be purchased for AU$399.99 RRP.

The Nighthawk® AX12 12-stream AX6000 Wi-Fi 6 Router (RAX120) is a 6Gbps Wi-Fi 6 wireless router with AX optimised 64bit 2.2GHz quad-core processor. It’s the only router with 8 wireless streams on 5GHz channel, which delivers the best stability and performance.

There is also a built-in 5Gbps Multi-Gig Ethernet connection for the ultimate speed in wired connection.

NETGEAR Nighthawk RAX120 can be purchased for AU$799.99 RRP.

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