Acer Connect M5 5G Mobile WiFi Router with 18% discount and 1 year unlimited 5G Internet with 50% discount
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Bring 5G to your home and wherever you are on the go: The incredible 5G speed offers exceptional performance! Connect up to 32 devices at the same time via WiFi 6, or quickly and easily connect to the internet via Ethernet and USB-C. Thanks to the 6460 mAh battery that doubles as a power bank, you can stay flexible and enjoy long battery life wherever you go.
What you get with the bundle:
The offer is as simple as that:
Now you can surf from home or on the move with all your devices on the ultra-fast 5G Internet. Take advantage of the special offer and get the Acer 5G Router Connect M5 5G Mobile WiFi together with the Flat 300 annual package.
With the Digital Republic 5G Data SIM card you can easily and conveniently connect your Acer router to the fast 5G Internet.
Performance and reliability for employees who work in a home office or travel a lot. Access 5G with built-in Ethernet and USB-C connectivity, plus WiFi 6 that can connect up to 32 devices simultaneously.
The next generation of speed
The incredible speed of 5G enables mobile workers to do extraordinary things.
Connect to the internet quickly and easily via Ethernet or USB-C. Or connect your entire team of up to 32 users simultaneously via WiFi 6.
Large capacity battery
The 6,460 mAh battery allows for a long period of use and also functions as a power bank.
Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO)
As part of the Wave 2 evolution of the 802.11ac standard, Multi-User MIMO technology has been introduced. By using multi-user MIMO, this device can stream data to multiple devices simultaneously. This allows your wireless network to deliver faster throughput to each connected client. This means faster downloads and lag-free streaming for your devices.
WLAN standard 802.11ac
The WLAN standard 802.11ac offers you up to twice as much data throughput as older standards. The increase is achieved on the one hand by widening the transmission bandwidth. In addition, 802.11ac allows the number of parallel data streams (multiple input multiple output, or MIMO) to be increased to up to eight MIMO streams, while the 802.11n standard defines a maximum of four MIMO streams. Even large chunks of data like videos and backups are no problem with this WLAN speed.
WLAN standard 802.11ax / WiFi-6
The 802.11ax standard is the next generation of the WLAN standard, which has been continuously developed for years and once again introduces an innovation with this version, also known as WLAN 6. The standard builds on the advantages of the 802.11ac standard and expands them with efficiency, flexibility and scalability. It enables higher speeds and capacities for next-generation applications, both in new and existing networks.