Velop Wi-Fi 6 router is available for $399 a piece or $699 tow pieces. Linksys says they can cover an area of 278 square meters and can handle up to 50 devices at a time.
Linksys launch comes a few months after main rival Netgear introduced the Orbi line with Wi-Fi 6. The Netgear version also costs $699 for two pieces.
Velop Wi-Fi 6 comes with four Gigabit Ethernet ports along with a USB 3.0 Type-A port. Internally the routers have a 2.2 GHz four-core processor for theoretical top speeds of 5.3Gbps. In short, the new system should be 4 times faster than Velop’s previous generation.