Tuesday, June 10th 2014

Netis Introduces the Beacon N300 Gaming Router

Netis-Systems, a California-based company, focus on delivering innovative networking products for professional gamers Announced today, they will launch their new WF 2631 true gaming router with auto-QoS set up in North America market at E3.

The Netis WF2631 Beacon Series Wireless N300 Router takes your gaming experience to the next level! Offer a powerful performance by automatically activating QoS to enhance your online gaming experience. Bundled with three 5dBi high gain antennas, it ensures a wider & stronger wireless coverage. Allow you to enjoy the wireless freedom anywhere around your home.

Beacon N300 automatically enable QoS to secure 80% online bandwidth when you play the favorite game record in the gaming library which is design by netis system. You can install our software in more than one computer in your home network. The QoS only active when you start the game already record in the game library, the rest of the time, your networking bandwidth will share fairly.

Beacon N300 comes with black color rubber finish surface with red color on side panel for gamers. MSRP is $49.99 available in Amazon.com and will be available in most consumer electronic ecommerce and retail channel after 6/12/2014.
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7 Comments on Netis Introduces the Beacon N300 Gaming Router

#1
AphexDreamer
Wireless N? I've been looking for a new router.
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#2
remixedcat
like d-links GAMEFUELLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 111
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AsRock
TPU addict
black color rubber finish surface with red color on side panel for gamers
Shits cracking me up..

On a more serious note any chance you can disable QOS HAHAHAHA, sorry hate the shit just like the price tag atm.
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remixedcat
xXDeathReaper_X_ShadowHawk_XX Gamerification_engine_222X Optimizations!!!! (when it really makes steam wreak even moar havok on your network)
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#7
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
Well besides the fact that this isn't any more for gamers than a generic £50 router, the fact it doesn't have Wireless AC makes me shit bricks. That is about to become a standard, so pretty much every wireless device I think about buying is at least AC capable.

This whole thing is a terrible joke. It's even red and black, may as well be labelled ROG or K|ngpin edition or something.
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