When WiFi slows down, so does our entire life. Our email and web browsers stop loading, our streaming movies start to freeze, Alexa stops responding, and our phones revert to data plans. With everything buffering at the same time, it ruins the momentum of your life. There are plenty of reasons your WiFi is slow: signal congestion, router location, firmware issues, hardware limitations, or even the physical size of your home. Then again, it could just be that new router you purchased.
When choosing a new router, you should consider the size of your home and the number of clients (wifi enabled devices), as well as the types of devices that will connect to the router. Granted, not everybody needs the same kind of performance, but if you have several family members vying for bandwidth for things like streaming video and playing games, a new router can make a world of difference and help keep the peace. One thing to consider is the term up to means the hardware is physically capable of supporting the speeds advertised as maximum speeds.
In addition to the perplexing industry terms like 802.11ac, dual band, and Mbps, routers look more like alien spaceships than technology. As a result, it leads you to wondering if you really need six external antennas. The answer is no, all you really need is the right router! Here are the things that matter most:
- Frequency Channels
- Wireless Standard
In today’s world, the reliability of your home WiFi network can feel as crucial as running water and electricity. For this reason, we offer you a solution to your dilemma, the Araknis 300-series router.