The other two models out on Wednesday use the latest form of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac, for a top speed of more than 1Gbps. The Xi-3 is an indoor AP, priced at $199, and the Xo-1 is an outdoor unit for $299.
All the units have several features that aren't included in most consumer-grade Wi-Fi products. Among other things, the Xclaim APs can automatically give priority to delay-sensitive traffic such as voice calls and video, dynamically select the least crowded radio channels based on long-term trends, and prevent devices with older, slower Wi-Fi from keeping other users waiting.
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