Netgear’s Nighthawk AX8 8-Stream Wi-Fi 6 Router (RAX80) joins the Asus RT-AX88U because the first 802.11ax routers going to our labs. Formed just like a futuristic starship, the RAX80 offers an extraordinary feature set that includes five gigabit LAN ports, hyperlink aggregation, a robust quad-core processor, not to mention, 802.11ax wifi technology, also called Wi-Fi 6.
The Netgear Nighthawk AX8 WiFi Router is filled with features and contains the number to cover large houses. This router will be replacing a preexisting Linksys router (EA3500) and two Netgear access points (AC1200 – acting being an access stage and the ProSafe WN203) hoping of decreasing the number of devices inside our home network while growing the dependability of our web.
The black and charcoal gray RAX80 looks like something you’d expect to see buzzing around in a Star Wars movie. It has two “wings” that fold up to give the router its odd shape, and each wing contains two high-performance Wi-Fi antennas. Fully extended, the router measures 6.7 by 11.5 by 8.0 inches (HWD), and when folded its dimensions are 2.7 by 10.5 by 8.0 inches. It can be placed on a desktop surface or mounted on a wall.
The AX8 has all the features you can expect in a router. It comes with 2 cellular bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz), and the wise connect option allows the router to intelligently choose the best WiFi band for every gadget that connects to it, ensuring you have the fastest link all the time. The OFDMA raises your throughput capability allowing data tranny from 8 individual products concurrently.
The router facilitates a 160MHz channel to supply Gigabit speeds for cellular devices and laptop computers capable of assisting it. The nighthawk ax8 is made for velocity with a 64little bit 1.8 GHz Quad-core processor so when with most routers of the caliber, the nighthawk ax8 includes a guest networking substitute for allowing guests a good way to obtain connection without offering your individual network credentials.
The router includes 6 Gigabit Ethernet ports and 2 could be aggregated for faster LAN transfers also to enable Multi-Gig internet. In addition, it possesses two USB ports for connecting up exterior hard drives and system printers.
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- Easy to install.
- Strong 5GHz throughput and file-transfer performance.
- Link aggregation.
- Lacks anti-malware tools.
- AX clients are hard to find.