netgear has announced a new router, which it claims is the “world’s first 4K WiFi router”.
This new router will come in the form of the Netgear Netgear Z2, a device which can be used to connect to 4K displays, TVs, PCs and phones.
The new device will also be compatible with the popular Windows 10 operating system.
The Z2 will be available for $499 in the US and Canada, and $549 in the UK and Ireland.
It will be manufactured by the Taiwanese company Netgear, which is also responsible for the Netlink RT routers.
The Z1, which launched back in March, also supports 4K TVs, and is also available for purchase in the United States for $199.
There are a few other new router features that are worth noting, too.
The device will support dual-band 802.11ac WiFi (802.11g), and support 802.15.4, as well.
The Netgear will also support Gigabit Ethernet (up to 2.4Mbps), as well as a 1TB hard drive for a total of 4TB.
These new routers are likely to be one of the first devices to hit the market that support 4K streaming.
If you’re looking for a cheaper option, there are other netgear routers available that support 3D video streaming, and have a similar build to the Z2.
While the Netzgers new router may not be the most stylish router, the company’s new technology is well-received, and the product will definitely be worth considering if you want a new device that supports 4k video.