Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12 & Nighthawk AX12 - What's the Difference?
While the Nighthawk AX12 router (RAX120) and Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12 (RAX200) router share a similar name, there are some key features that differentiate the two.
Tri-Band vs Dual Band - As a Tri-Band router, the Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12 provides three dedicated WiFi bands; one 2.4 GHz and two 5GHz bands. Combined with Wi-Fi 6 technology, this router ensures your fast WiFi stays fast and can efficiently handle multiple devices connected to your network..
Flexible Internet – The Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12 router is the only router in our Wi-Fi 6 (AX WiFi) lineup that offers this feature. Flexible Internet lets you connect to the Internet using the following three methods:
- 1Gb WAN port – The standard Ethernet port on your router
- Ethernet port aggregation (available for WAN and LAN aggregation) – Since the Nighthawk Tri-Band AX12 supports both WAN and LAN aggregation, you can link the two ports together to enjoy Multi-Gig Internet speeds.
- 2.5G Multi-Gig port – When connecting a Multi-Gig capable device to the 2.5G port on your Tri-Band AX12, you are able to reach speeds of up to 2.5Gbps
Built for Gigabit speeds and beyond, Gigabit homes will be able to enjoy blazing-fast internet speeds and consistent WiFi connectivity and performance for every device on your network. Additionally, a dedicated 5GHz band will deliver smoother 4K/8K Ultra HD streaming and latency-free online gaming. With Wi-Fi 6 technology, you’ll benefit from having more available bandwidth for all connected devices you have now, and those that will enter the home in the future!
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