The router is powered by Qualcomm’s Networking Pro 1210 platform. Qualcomm says it supports speeds of up to 8.4 Gbps and “low-latency VR-class performance.” The 6 GHz frequency band should also help reduce network noise.
The AXE8400 will be available in the US sometime in the spring or summer. A single node will cost $ 450, a two-pack will drive you $ 850, and a set of three will be $ 1200. It should hit other markets later in the year.
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Linksys also promises an enhanced live graph, which will show historical and real-time data on motion activity. The Belkin-owned brand aims to bring the Aware update to its app in the US in March or April, and then to other markets as part of a step-by-step rollout. After a 90-day trial period, Linksys Aware costs $ 3 / month or $ 25 / year.