What it does is retroactively bring Wi Fi 6 to older computers, allowing them to enjoy the same high bandwidth and speeds as brand new top of the line machines with Wi Fi 6 capable receivers. It supports all three Wi Fi bands — 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and 6 GHz — and can deliver blazing speeds of up to 1.2GBps, which is comparable to an ethernet connection. However, there is a catch. For starters, youll need a Wi Fi router that supports Wi Fi 6. These are currently quite pricey, as Wi Fi 6...

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