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PR3MIUM

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And another Seller is on the WiFi7 Train before 2024 (Q1 2023) :p

WiFi7 Gaming Router:

"Maximum wireless signal rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications.
Actual wireless data throughput, wireless coverage, and connected devices are not guaranteed and will vary as a result of network conditions,
client limitations, and environmental factors, including building materials, obstacles, volume and density of traffic, and client location.
‡Use of Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be), Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), and features including MLO, 320 MHz Bandwidth,
4K-QAM, Multi-RUs, OFDMA, and MU-MIMO requires clients to also support the corresponding features. Not all 320 MHz channels may be available in the 6 GHz band in some regions/countries due to regulatory restrictions.
△The 320 MHz bandwidth is only available on the 6 GHz band and may be unavailable in some regions/countries due to regulatory restrictions. The double channel width and speed refer to 320 MHz compared to 160 MHz for Wi-Fi 6 routers.
*HomeShield includes the Free Basic Plan. Fees apply for the Pro Plan. Visit tp-link.com/homeshield for more information
**This router may not support all the mandatory features as ratified in the IEEE 802.11be specification."

Source:
 
HomeShield includes the Free Basic Plan. Fees apply for the Pro Plan. Visit tp-link.com/homeshield for more information
Hm...
 
I wonder how HomeShield Basic and Pro compares to AiProtection by Asus.
 
The BE900 is available in the US and Europe as of last week.

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Currently sold out at Best Buy. Selling for $699.
 
That BE900 is a good-lookin' unit. I am really enjoying my (free) AXE300. I haven't really used or needed the Wi-Fi 6E it has (I think I only have one 6E-capable client) so I can't even imagine needing Wi-Fi 7.
 
That BE900 is a good-lookin' unit. I am really enjoying my (free) AXE300. I haven't really used or needed the Wi-Fi 6E it has (I think I only have one 6E-capable client) so I can't even imagine needing Wi-Fi 7.
I think most of us contemplating Wifi7 are doing it for future proofing and the multiple 10GbE ports. Personally I like the 2.6Ghz processor and extra RAM of the new ASUS models.
 
Darth Vader is coming!


As a true Star Wars fan (at least before Disney) I have to have one. I don't care about ports and features. :D
 

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