Summary: NETGEAR has just released the Nighthawk Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System (MK93S), a system designed to deliver exceptional mesh WiFi range and performance, with faster speeds of up to 5.7 Gbps, support for up to 100 devices, and advanced whole-home coverage of up to 7,500 square feet.
- 50% improvement in WiFi performance over its predecessor
- Supports up to 100 devices simultaneously
- 2.5 Gig Internet port supports ultra-fast internet speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps
Netgear, the provider of connected products that enhance our lives, has just launched its latest innovation, the Nighthawk Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System (MK93S). This system, which includes a Router and two satellites, is designed to deliver exceptional mesh WiFi range and performance.
One of the standout features of the MK93S is its impressive WiFi performance, boasting a 50% improvement over its predecessor. With faster WiFi speeds of up to 5.7 Gbps, this system ensures a seamless and lag-free internet experience. Thanks to its powerful quad-core 1.7 GHz processor and WiFi 6E tri-band technology, users can enjoy less congestion, ultra-low latency, and increased bandwidth.
The MK93S is also capable of supporting up to 100 devices simultaneously, making it perfect for smart homes with multiple connected devices. Whether you’re streaming 4K/8K movies, participating in important Zoom video calls, monitoring security cameras, or engaging in online gaming, this system has you covered. Additionally, its compact and elegant design allows for easy placement anywhere in your home, eliminating those pesky dead zones.
With patented antennas that amplify the signal for strong and consistent coverage, the MK93S provides advanced whole-home coverage of up to 7,500 square feet. Its integrated adaptive network ensures optimal performance by adjusting the connection between the router and satellites.
In today’s world, where our WiFi needs have grown exponentially, the MK93S addresses the issue of many people having upgraded their internet speeds without a home network capable of taking advantage of the increased speed. This system includes a new 2.5 Gig Internet port that supports ultra-fast internet speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps. Additionally, it offers seven Ethernet ports for wired connections to gaming consoles or IoT gateways.
Customization is key in today’s multi-device home environment, and the MK93S delivers on that front as well. Users can create unique and customized WiFi networks on the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz WiFi bands. The system’s powerful 3×3 2.4 GHz radio enhances performance and range for IoT devices located outside or at the perimeter of the home. By separating these devices from high-speed/low-latency traffic, such as streaming and gaming, users can optimize their network for different needs. Dynamic QoS automatically prioritizes internet traffic by application and device, ensuring smoother streaming for devices that require it.
David Henry, President & GM of Connected Home Products and Services at NETGEAR, emphasizes the importance of a Mesh Router system like the Nighthawk Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E in fully benefiting from upgraded internet services. He explains that this system allows users to cost-effectively maximize their internet speed and achieve powerful WiFi range and performance.
In terms of technical specifications, the MK93S offers total wireless speeds of up to 5.7 Gbps, perfect for smooth Ultra HD 4K streaming. Its WiFi 6E technology provides 50% faster speeds and double the device capacity compared to previous WiFi 6 products. With NETGEAR’s Tri-band technology, the system ensures maximum speeds for up to 100 connected devices, catering to all your streaming, gaming, and Smart Home needs. The powerful quad-core processor enhances overall network performance, while the seven Ethernet ports offer ample wired connections for gaming consoles and IoT gateways. The MK93S also features a fast multi-gig internet port with speeds of up to 2.5 Gbps, ideal for demanding tech products like game consoles and streaming players.
Setting up the Nighthawk Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6E System is a breeze with the Nighthawk app, allowing users to customize and enjoy their new WiFi system within minutes.
NETGEAR understands the importance of security and privacy in today’s connected world. That’s why the MK93S comes with NETGEAR Armor Powered by Bitdefender, providing real-time protection against hackers and added privacy with VPN. This automatic shield of security covers all WiFi and connected devices, including PCs, phones, cameras, TVs, and smart speakers. Additionally, the system includes NETGEAR Smart Parental Controls, allowing parents to manage their family’s online exposure and time across all connected devices.
The NETGEAR Nighthawk Tri-Band WiFi 6E Mesh System is now available in the US on NETGEAR.com and will subsequently be available at other major retailers. The suggested retail price is $549.99.
About Netgear: Netgear, founded in 1996 in California, is a company specializing in networking hardware and equipment. They offer a wide range of products, including wireless routers, network switches, security cameras, and network storage solutions. Netgear is known for providing reliable and user-friendly networking devices for both home and business use. Their products help connect devices to the internet and local networks, enabling seamless data sharing, online gaming, streaming, and more.Netgear Website: http://www.netgear.com/
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