Netgear Nighthawk Mesh WiFi 6 System Review
Nighthawk® Mesh WiFi 6 System operates on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio bands and use 802.11ac wireless technology MU-MIMO technology.
With Nighthawk® Mesh WiFi 6 System you’ll enjoy advanced whole house WiFi made to deliver smooth video streaming and fast online video gaming to more devices simultaneously. Go through the next era of WiFi 6, ideal for moderate to large houses around 3,000 sq.ft. and web speeds over 100Mbps.
Wi-Fi 6 may be the long term of networking, and when you have problems covering all corners of your house in wifi goodness, then mesh is a must-possess too. Netgear’s Nighthawk mixes both, and in a surprise shift, the company will be embracing the EasyMesh regular for the very first time.
Mesh systems are multi-band networking devices that operate on the 2.4GHz and 5GHz radio bands and use 802.11ac wireless technology. Some models offer support for Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) technology, which streams data to multiple compatible wireless clients simultaneously rather than sequentially.
- Extremely cheap
- Easy to expand
- Stable coverage
- A little slow at the range
- Few additional features
Officially the least expensive Wi-Fi 6 mesh system that we’ve reviewed, the Netgear Nighthawk Mesh WiFi 6 System is really a budget solution to get the most recent wireless technology. It’s an exceptionally basic system, without parental settings or protection, and rate drops off over variety when you depend on a radio link between satellites. When you can change to Ethernet after that performance significantly improves. It isn’t for everybody then, but people that have the proper cabling or with limited funds will find too much to like.