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Netgear’s new Nighthawk USB dongle can add 6GHz Wi-Fi to your PC for $89.99


A black USB thumb drive-looking device with the Netgear logo is floating above a small matching docking station as if it’s about to be plugged in. There’s a cable that is coming from the rear of the dock and is coiled and terminating with a blue USB-A male connector.
The Netgear Wi-Fi 6E USB adapter comes with a docking station for better placement. | Image: Netgear

Netgear is releasing its most capable networking USB dongle yet, the first one that can add the latest Wi-Fi 6E standard to many modern PCs. The company’s new $89.99 Nighthawk A8000 is a USB 3.0 adapter that can easily add interference-free 6GHz wireless connectivity to laptops or desktops.

While plenty of laptops and devices have been released in the past year that are capable of Wi-Fi 6 (5GHz), only the latest ones are shipping with higher bandwidth Wi-Fi 6E. If you’ve already upgraded your router, then the Nighthawk will connect your existing devices to a dedicated 6GHz lane. It still runs at a maximum 1,200Mbps, just like 5GHz Wi-Fi, but it’s more likely to consistently hit those high speeds on the new frequency.


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