Linksys raising their standards

Why it matters to you Linksys continues to raise the bar in networking by providing its very own modem/router hybrid device, and a new Wireless AC router promising blazing-fast speeds. Linksys on Wednesday introduced two new networking products: the EA9300 Wireless AC router and its very first cable modem/router combo, the CG7500. The former EA9300 stand-alone router is a tri-band solution, meaning it broadcasts two 5GHz connections and one 2.4GHz connection. The CG7500 combo unit only offers two connections and serves as a replacement for your ISP’s supplied modem. According to Linksys, the stand-alone router is capable of speeds of up to 750Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and up to 1,625Mbps on each 5GHz band. However, to see those maximum speeds, the connecting wireless devices must include three internal antennas to capture the three streams broadcast by the router. While those numbers sound uncommonly high, consider that the router broadcast

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