It's almost as if Linksys' designers read that "Why are WiFi Routers So Darned Ugly?" post. If you look at what their routers used to look like…
…and the stuff that's on the market these days…
…the design of their new AXE8400 Wi-Fi 6E System, just unveiled at CES, looks like a breath of fresh air:
The press release doesn't mention a single thing about the understated design, but I want to thank the designers for demonstrating that rarest of qualities in current ID: Restraint. This is precisely the amount of aesthetic intrusion I want from a router.
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Routers are a pain to use; either they’re too slow, hard to use, and/or allow your IP to snoop and...
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Sony designed the PS5 like a router, now Linksys designs a router like an xbox. The cycle is complete
Man, I checked in on Core for the first time in a while to see if you guys started posting any decent content again... guess not.
Breath of fresh air, or hurricane of losing market share to Google?
Here's hoping the top half doesn't glow blue-white 24/7 as soon as you plug it in.
This is clearly the other other new Xbox.