There are more and more terminal devices, including mobile phones, laptops, etc. that support Wi-Fi 6, but many people have not upgraded their routers due to budget problems. Linksys has launched two new entry-level dual-band Wi-Fi 6 routers, priced from $150, to make it more accessible to smaller families.
The Altas 6 on the picture is a tower design, a single ($150) can cover 2,000 square feet, small families can buy two packs ($280) to form a home Wi-Fi without dead ends, larger houses naturally Available in three-packs ($350), each router can support connections of up to 25 devices, making it the hub of a smart home.
If you prefer a router with a traditional design, the Linksys Hydra 6 is a two-antenna model, with the same coverage and connection cables as the Hydra 6, but the number of Ethernet ports will be larger, and the single-unit pricing is slightly more expensive. $180. Both routers are expected to be available in the second half of 2022.