Razer has been one of the most popular makers of gaming peripherals for what feels like forever. Now, the company is branching into the router market with the new Sila Router.
Nothing irritates a gamer more than lag. Thankfully, Razer has designed the Sila Router to combat lag and poor connections. The Razer FasTrack QoS system prioritizes router traffic, detecting consoles automatically, or determining what game you’re playing on your PC. This allows the Sila to reserve some of your bandwidth purely for gaming, with the push of a button.
The Razer Sila’s multi-channel zero-wait DFS system is designed to help cut through network congestion, particularly from neighboring routers. This intends to make sure your devices have the cleanest connections, striving to connect them to the strongest signal. Razer had some help on that front, working with Ignition Design Labs to create the Sila Router.
You can even use the Razer Sila to create a mesh network to cover staggering areas, with 2 Sila’s covering up to 6000 square feet between them. Like everything these days, you can control the Sila through a mobile app. You can read more over on the Razer website.
The Razer Sila is available worldwide for $250.