What Is The Difference Between Two Band Router and Tri-Band Router

What Is The Difference Between Two Band Router and Tri-Band Router

You want to know the difference between two band and tri-band router. So we have described all the details about them. You are looking for a small home, You can use a basic wireless router for a small area. If you want to set up in apartment or an office, it won’t work for a large area, you need to set up high power wireless router that wifi devices can receive strong wifi internet or wireless signals without any problem.

Netgear Nighthawk AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router

Netgear Nighthawk AC3200 is a very powerful tool which is one of the best tools for covering the large area. It has six-legged spider because of the size and positioning of its antennas. It’s tri-band wireless router and provides excellent range and speed up to  3.2 Gbps.

           Netgear Nighthawk AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router:


·         Up to 3.2 Gbps Wi-Fi speed
·        High Powered 6 Antennas for Excellent Wireless Range
·         Beamforming Technology to boost Wi-Fi Range and Speed
·         Triple Wi-Fi Bands (2.4 GHz x 1, 5 GHz x 2)
·         5 Ethernet LAN Port
·         Two USB Ports (1 x USB 3.0 & 1 x USB 2.0)
·         Dual-Core 1 GHz processor with 3 offload processors
·         128 MB Flash and 256 MB RAM
·         Firewall & Access Control
·         Supports Windows XP / 2000 / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10, Mac OS, Linux, Unix

Linksys E2500 N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router

Linksys E2500 N600 is dual band wifi router, its performance is very good and It delivers a stronger connection a wider range than single and It has advanced wireless security, QOS traffic management to reduce buffering by prioritizing high bandwidth activities.

     Linksys E2500 N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router

·         Transfer rates of up to N300 + N300 Mbps
·         Simultaneous dual band
·         Wireless-N technology
·         4 Fast Ethernet ports
·         2.4 & 5GHz Radio Frequency Bands
·         Power/WPS (Shared LED), Internet, Ethernet (1-4)
·         Max. Link Rate:300 Mbps
·         Support Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, Mac, OS, Linux, Unix

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