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What is Wi-Fi 6? Fastest WiFi Router (Everything You Need to Know)
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What is Wi-Fi 6? Fastest WiFi Router (Everything You Need to Know)

Wi-Fi Alliance has just introduced the new generation of Wi-Fi 6. An international organization to oversee Wi-Fi standards has correctly started a certification program. It will automatically boost up the internet speed from 3.5Gbps to 9.6Gps.

If you look to today’s world everyone has multiple devices, and many dozens of devices are just connected to one router and it will approximately slow down the internet speed.

The director of Marketing for the Wi-Fi alliance Mr. Kevin Robinson says; “Today’s assumption scenario looks like yesterday’s dense deployment.”

According to the figures that are arranged by the company, The speed of internet will increase from 3.5Gbps to 9.6Gbps. Actually what really matters that the improvisation in hardware will help us to get more internet speed than we usually have in our daily life?

The good news is that the brand new router supporting Wi-Fi6 are available in the market by Tp-Link.

The brand new router supporting Wi-Fi6 are coming in a pack of two and it will cost you $349.99 to get the faster internet speed. The bad news is that you will need both router and Smartphone to support Wi-Fi6.

By the given announcement of the Wi-Fi Alliance, The brand new Smartphone of Samsung (Note 10) will be the first device in the organization to be Wi-Fi6 certified.

The new flagship of iPhone is also a member of the Wi-Fi alliance organization, But it doesn’t display to have certified its devices through the Alliance for years.

The brand new iPhone 11 series also supports Wi-Fi6 and has attracted many of attention that it will work flawlessly if not certified.

“This is the first Alliance has named the Wi-Fi technology a version number, before this, they used to name it differently like 802.11ac. This time it was supposed to be named 802.11ac but instead, they named it Wi-Fi 6.”

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