Razer has just entered the gaming router market with the surprise announcement of Sila, a new gaming router that the company designed to keep lag away when gaming or streaming media.
Inside, the Razer FasTrack QoS system will prioritize traffic for when you're gaming or streaming video from the likes of Netflix or YouTube. It'll also automatically detect consoles, or work out which game you're playing on your PC and keep bandwidth secured away for you exclusively.
Razer has deployed a multi-channel zero-wait DFS system that will ensure network congestion stays at a minimum. Sila will make sure you get connected with the strongest signal possible, as there are more and more gamers using Wi-Fi to game all day or night long, especially with the rise of Fortnite on mobile.
Razer Sila has 9 internal antennas so it won't look like a spider from the outside, and instead looks like a really slick console. Razer lets you connect multiple Sila gaming routers together to create a mega mesh network for even better Wi-Fi connectivity. Razer also packs dedicated 5GHz backhaul into Sila, so you will have improved Wi-Fi performance in a mesh network.
If you use two Silas you'll be OK with up to 6000 square feet, while you'll need a third or fourth to cover multiple levels of a large house or apartment complex.
Razer's new Sila gaming router can be configured from your iOS or Android smartphone, and will be available starting Wednesday for $250.