PORTAL is designed for homes with lots of devices and many neighbors. WiFi devices all share the same airwaves, and just like an old highway with not enough lanes, your internet slows to a crawl whenever there are too many people and devices crowding the same channels. PORTAL uses patented technologies that steers your devices to exclusive fast channels that avoid speed-sucking range-crushing congestion. The result is consistently fast reliable internet, lag-free gaming and smooth ultraHD video streaming everywhere in your home.
I had a cheap wi-fi router, and it did not reach into my bedroom, so I have connection issues at night when I am trying to watch videos on my iPad. My son who is just in the room across the hall, has just as many problems connecting. And you try to tell a 4 year old that their tablet is not connecting because of the router, and you will know what a monkey doing a math puzzle looks like!
So I was very excited to try out the Portal. I hooked it up where the original cheap router was, and then waited for the true test, bedtime in my house. That is when everyone in the house is on their tablets or laptops. To my amazement, we had a night with ZERO connection issues!
You will be so happy with this that you will wonder how you ever connected before you had your Portal!
You can purchase your very own Portal for $179.99 on Amazon.
This would make a perfect gift for EVERYONE, I mean let's face it, we live in a computer age, and everyone including my 4 year old has an electronic device that connects to the internet!
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