Wi-Fi 7 is much faster than the Wi-Fi 6 you're using now, and more data is piped to more devices, all without affecting each other's experience. When you want to watch a game upstairs while your partner is playing a movie in the den and the kids are playing Star Wars with a VR headset in the bedroom, you'll also have no buffering issues with these syncs.Wi-Fi 7 specific advantages and features:\u2460 FasterIt's hard to imagine Wi-Fi 7 having such a drastic speed upgrade. Because the jump from a top speed of 9.6 Gbps to a quadruple speed of 46 Gbps is theoretically extreme. Secondly, the current stage of Wi-Fi6 is relatively able to meet the current transmission needs, why would such a high-speed version of wireless technology be launched?\u2461 lower latencyWi-Fi 7 has much lower latency compared to Wi-Fi 6. While quadrupling the speed is a big leap, the increase in speed has a big domino effect on latency, which is the delay you experience when meeting, gaming, and streaming. According to Microsoft, you'll see 100x lower latency in general and 15x lower latency on VR devices, which drastically reduces loading and buffering times.\u2462Multi-link functionWhile Wi-Fi 6 can serve multiple devices like laptops, phones, and tablets at the same time, this signal sharing is convenient, but it creates latency issues. Wi-Fi 7 is clearly better in this regard. That's because Wi-Fi 6 uses MU-MIMO technology and supports up to four devices at a time. MU-MIMO technology splits a single signal into smaller ones, which means multiple devices share the same signal.\u2463Higher data transmission qualityWi-Fi 6 relies on 1024-QAM to use radio signals more efficiently to send and receive more data. This 1K QAM architecture enables Wi-Fi 6 to be 25% faster than Wi-Fi 5. In a massive upgrade, Wi-Fi 7 uses 4K QAM, which is four times faster than Wi-Fi 6e.modbus ethernetrs485 ethernet adapterethernet to rs485 adapterAs a user of a Wi-Fi 7 modem, the higher QAM is not a bonus for you, but the "reason" behind the standard's faster speeds.