Good WiFi is now up there with food and breathable air as a basic human need for many people. Thankfully, the 802.11ac standard that arrived at the end of 2013 seemed like it had plenty of bandwidth for years to come, with up to 3,467Mbits/sec of possible throughput. Today more and more devices are using WiFi, so wireless networking has had to adapt and grow. The new standard is called 802.11ax, and our first taster of it comes from NETGEAR with the Nighthawk AX12.
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