Here's the world's first 5G Tri-band WiFi 6 mesh system – ZDNet

Need the best Wi-Fi coverage possible? Netgear has you covered.
By for Hardware 2.0 | | Topic: Networking
Over the past few years, we’ve all come to realize just how important it is to have the best possible home Wi-Fi system. There’s nothing like signal drops of dead spots to bring the best Zoom of Teams meeting to a grinding halt.
But what if your internet connection sucks? Well, if you’re living where there’s 5G coverage, this might be the solution that you need.
Today sees Netgear unveil an industry-first — a 5G tri-band Wi-Fi 6 mesh system.
The Netgear Orbi NBK752 mesh system combines 5G and mesh Wi-Fi into a single product that can blankets an entire home (up to 5,000 sq. ft.) in WiFi, no matter whether you live in a brick townhouse or a sprawling rural ranch.
The tri-band WiFi is set up in a way to deliver a dedicated WiFi connection between the router and satellites, so that no matter how many devices are connected at the same time, you still get the best possible performance. 
The Netgear Orbi NBK752 works with most major mobile service providers, including T-Mobile and AT&T.
Netgear Orbi NBK752, the first 5G Tri-band WiFi 6 mesh system
“As the leader in the networking space, we continue to bring exciting new solutions to market that leverage state-of-the-art technology to meet the changing needs of our customers. And the Orbi 5G WiFi 6 Mesh System is no exception,” said David Henry, President & GM of Connected Home Products and Services at NETGEAR. “In a time when having reliable home WiFi is critical to not only work and learning, but to just about everything else we do, consumers can access the best Internet connection with this latest addition to our Orbi portfolio.”
The system comes with a free 30-day trial of the NETGEAR Armor, a service designed to protect the connected home from online threats.
The Netgear Orbi NBK752 5G WiFi 6 Mesh System is not cheap — the two-pack comes in at $1,099.99 — and is available for pre-order starting today.
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