All of the antennas are on the within.
For its first router, Razer’s Sila goes all out with the newest applied sciences: tri-band (2x5GHz, 1×2.4GHz), dynamic dynamic channel hopping for one of the best throughput and into the DFS vary (these empty channels you marvel why you may’t get to), multiuser MIMO, assist for meshing with a one other Sila and customizable community prioritization. All with 9 antennas snuggled up inside the approach to life gaming firm’s trademark matte-black field. It is out there now for $250 (£280, AU$440).
It features a cellular app for setup and administration, which is an actual comfort.
Solely one of many two USB ports helps USB three, sort of a bummer if you wish to connect a number of storage units.
Razer partnered with Ignition Design Labs for the Sila; many producers companion with firms with strengths in delivering quick networking, often for software program and optimizations in gaming routers. As an example, Netgear has NetDuma, Linksys has Killer and Asus works with WTFast.
The router’s additionally mesh-ready. Put it along with extra Silas and it creates a mesh community with a variety of as much as 6,000 sq. toes (about 557 sq. meters).
Different specs embrace:
IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/acRated AC3000: as much as 400Mbps on 2.4GHz, as much as 1,734Mbps on 5GHz-1, as much as 866Mbps on 5GHz-2WPA / WPA2-PSK encryption4 Gigabit Ethernet (1x WAN, 3x LAN)1 x USB 2.zero port, 1 x USB three.zero portSupports MUMIMO and Beamforming, visitor community