The NETGEAR Nighthawk RAX80 WiFi 6 Next-Gen Router might look like some crazy spaceship in Star Wars, but it’s actually a blazing-fast Wi-Fi router that supports the new WiFi 6 standard. If you’re buying a new router and you want to futureproof it, you’ll definitely want a model that supports this new Wi-Fi tech, which can reach incredible speeds of up to 6Gbps. Needless to say, futureproofing can be expensive, and the RAX80 typically sells for $400. But if you head over to Amazon right now while it’s discounted — and if you clip the extra coupon — you can snag this crazy new router for only $295!

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

  • With blazing-fast wireless speeds of up to 6 Gbps, the AX8 lets families simultaneously stream 4K/8K video on multiple devices, video chat with friends, and share large files without network congestion or lag
  • Experience the future of WiFi with next-generation 802.11ax (WiFi 6) technology, designed to handle the increasing demand for wireless connectivity in every part of people’s lives
  • High-performance WiFi 6 for Smart Homes with 30-50 devices
  • NETGEAR’s quad-core 1.8 GHz processor enables smooth, bufferless 4K/8K Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) video streaming and immersive online gaming for the latest smart TVs, gaming consoles, and mobile devices
  • Get faster file transfers and uninterrupted connections using the six wired gigabit ports, which enable you to aggregate ports for even faster LAN transfer and multi-gig internet
  • Securely access your router anytime and anywhere with the free and easy-to-use Nighthawk app for smartphones and tablets
  • Backwards-compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi technologies, the RAX80 supports all your existing WiFi devices

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