Linksys Launches Hydra Pro 6 its latest Addition to its Lineup of WiFi 6 Routers

WiFi solutions provider Linksys unveiled Hydra Pro 6, its latest WiFi 6 mesh router during the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hydra Pro 6 is the latest dual-band networking system that delivers fast, reliable and secure connectivity at an affordable price.

According to the company, Hydra Pro 6 will allow small businesses and remote workers to access a reliable WiFi network. Hydra Pro 6 is the latest line of Linksys products that offer next-level streaming, easy to set up, and advanced security. With a home and office router, users will no longer have to worry about video chats or unsecured connections.

Linksys unveils Hydra Pro 6 router at CES 2022

Linksys Hydra Pro 6 features include:

  • WiFi 6 can accommodate 30 or more devices (per node) across 2,700 square feet.
  • It includes wireless coverage and speeds of up to 5.4 Gbps.
  • It’s powered by Qualcomm® Immersive Home
  • Users can send and receive multiple streams of data simultaneously with up to four times the WiFi capacity
  • Six-stream WiFi up to 574 + 4804Mbps for ultra-fast wireless speeds.

More room for expansion

Smart grid technology provides mesh WiFi coverage for the entire home or office that can be easily expanded by adding nodes. For small offices and home offices, Hydra Pro 6 provides users with the ability to manage and prioritize devices using WiFi services through the free Linksys app.

When it comes to security, the device comes with WPA3/WPA2-Personal encryption, an SPI firewall, automatic security updates, parental controls, and a separate guest network. The Linksys Hydra Pro 6 is currently available in the United States for $299 at and will be rolled out gradually at major retailers worldwide.

Why offering free Wi-Fi is a good business

Offering customers free WiFi can be a good incentive to encourage customers to take care of your business. Customers will stay longer in your organization especially if they have access to WiFi or WiFi calling services. Especially if your WiFi provides extra bandwidth for apps that require a stable internet connection.

Bandwidth-heavy apps like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive often require you to stay connected to the network. This may go on for a relatively long time. It not only allows customers to stay longer and make purchases, but also enhances customer satisfaction efforts.

On the back end, having business WiFi can help increase productivity and collaboration in the workplace. With WiFi in the workplace, you don’t have to worry about investing in cables connecting the stations or needing to set up complex routers across the office, thus reducing clutter in the workplace.

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