WiFi 6E: World's Fastest, Most Advanced WiFi
WiFi 6 has evolved. WiFi 6E provides the fastest speed and the
most device capacity ever, even for the most sophisticated smart homes.
WiFi 6E Stands Alone
WiFi 6E is WiFi 6, evolved. WiFi 6E technology adds an all-new 6GHz WiFi band— an extra-fast, ultra-exclusive superhighway for today’s newest devices, providing the fastest speed and the most device capacity ever, even for the most sophisticated smart homes.
The First WiFi 6E Quad-Band Mesh
Up to 10.8Gbps WiFi Speeds
Exclusive new Quad-band technology with
6GHz WiFi band
Supports up to 200 connected devices
Dedicated backhaul for the fastest speeds
throughout your home
Complete the package with NETGEAR
Armor and ProSupport
Forget everything you know about 5G mobile hotspots
The game has changed. Unlock 5G speeds up to 8Gbps and WiFi up to 3.6Gbps to power up to 32 devices. Meet the all-new 5G-powered Nighthawk M6 Pro.
Nighthawk WiFi 6E for every home
Speeds of up to 7.8 or 10.8 Gbps
Tri-band technology with new 6GHz
Multi-Gig internet speeds of up to
Quad-core 1.7GHz & 1.8GHz processors
NETGEAR Armor advanced security
Options tailored to your home and budget
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is WiFi 6E?
WiFi 6E is the evolution of WiFi 6. 6ghz wireless technology brings faster speeds, less congestion, lower latency, and more bandwidth to give you the most powerful streaming and gaming experience yet. NETGEAR's Orbi RBKE963 WiFi 6E Mesh System supports WiFi 6E, as does the standalone NETGEAR Nighthawk RAXE500 WiFi 6E router.
What are the benefits of WiFi 6E?
The benefits of WiFi 6E include increased connected capacity, faster wireless speeds, lower latency and improved network efficiency. WiFi 6E enables everyone to easily stream, play, and work simultaneously. NETGEAR's Orbi RBKE963 WiFi 6E Mesh System supports WiFi 6E, as does the standalone NETGEAR Nighthawk RAXE500 WiFi 6E router.
WiFi 6 vs WiFi 6E - What is the difference?
The main difference between WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E is the new 6GHz band. WiFi 6E's more spectrum and high-bandwidth channels helps relieve congestion and interference whilst still providing quick speed and more connected capacity for more devices. Read more about the differences between WiFi 6 and WiFi 6E.