The internet’s insanely vast world will become even more enjoyable if you’re accessing it from a Wi-Fi 6E router. There’s no wonder why, as we’re talking about the next-generation of the Wi-Fi technology. The Federal Communications Commission just approved it, and ASUS is the first lucky company to make the implementation.
ASUS recently revealed ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000, the first router that supports Wi-Fi 6E connections.
Great for gaming
ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 can easily be considered a gaming router. It becomes available in stores starting from December, and it can send and receive signals in 6GHz. If you’re aiming for smooth and responsive gameplay, the new router promises to do a great job in this area.
Although no price was revealed by ASUS just yet, we shouldn’t expect this new tech miracle to be cheap.
Oddly enough, there are still a lot of regions throughout the world that are not connected to the internet. The most offline country from the planet is surprisingly India, with hundreds of millions of offline people. The next in the ranking comes to China, followed by Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Ethiopia.
SpaceX plans to solve once and for all the problem of remote regions from the world that are entirely lacking internet connectivity. Elon Musk’s company plans to send 25,000 Starlink satellites into orbit, with a possible extension to over 42,000 units. Unfortunately, it sounds too good to be true, some experts would say. There’s a significant risk of jeopardizing astronomical observations from Earth if too many satellites are lifted into the planet’s orbit. Although some experts are raising the alarm for that matter, Elon Musk believes that its satellites won’t represent such a problem at all. He might be right, considering that there are already 2,666 satellites orbiting our planet, and there’s no sign of space explorations being hindered.