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Linksys rolls out new addition to its WiFi 6 portfolio

Linksys, the connected home division within the Belkin International and Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT) entity, has announced the newest addition to its WiFi 6 product portfolio – the US$149.99 Linksys MAX-STREAM AX1800 Mesh WiFi 6 Router (MR7350), delivering whole-home mesh technology, faster speeds, greater coverage and all the benefits of WiFi 6 at an affordable price, according to Kannan Vardarajan, director of product management at Linksys.

WiFi 6 also known as “AX WiFi” or “802.11ax WiFi” is the latest generation of WiFi reshaping the way routers handle the increasing number of connected devices in the home. With widespread adoption in newer client devices (iPhone SE, iPad Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10, etc.), WiFi 6 routers such as the MAX-STREAM AX1800 Mesh WiFi 6 Router (MR7350) ensure future-ready solutions for consumers who want the best speeds, range and overall performance, Vardarajan adds. 

WiFi 6 is backwards compatible with current and previous generation devices (WiFi 5, WiFi 4, and earlier WiFi standards) and operates at a higher capacity to meet increasing bandwidth demand.Designed with the same scalability The MAX-STREAM AX1800 Mesh WiFi 6 Router reportedly provides speeds up to 1.8 Gbps and coverage of up to 1,700 square feet. It can be used in addition to any Linksys mesh product to amplify WiFi coverage throughout the home. It can be used as primary router or as a secondary node to existing mesh system.

You set up the MAX-STREAM AX1800 Mesh WiFi 6 Router (MR7350) from any Android or iOS device using the Linksys App. After setup is complete, you have remote access to features such as guest access, parental controls, device 

The MAX-STREAM AX1800 Mesh WiFi 6 Router is now available for purchase at, and coming soon to more major retailers.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.