Razer unveils Razer Sila, a WiFi router to enhance gaming experience

Razer Sila

Razer Sila

Razer has already launched many gaming accessories this year, and they are not about to stop just yet.

The leading global lifestyle brand for gamers had announced yet another product to improve the gaming experience, and its a WiFi router called Razer Sila.

According to Razer, the WiFi router features a suite of technologies to provide gamers with a speedy and reliable WiFi connection for homes or offices.

These technologies include the Razer FasTrack, Multi-Channel ZeroWait DFS and Mesh capability.

With these, users can:

  • prioritise traffic based on application and device types;
    • with built-in detection for PlayStation, Xbox and Switch consoles, for the smoothest gaming or streaming experiences
  • get protected fast channels for lag-free connections; and
  • connect with multiple Sila for broader network coverage.
Razer Sila

Razer Sila

Co-founder and CEO of Razer, Tan Min-Liang said:

“We are constantly achieving new performance heights with our hardware and software. But high precision and low latency can be rendered useless if the WiFi drops. So we took the next step to develop a strong foundation for our ecosystem with WiFi that just works no matter where you are.”

The Razer Sila was developed in collaboration with Ignition Design Labs. The technology and engineering firm was founded by the alumni of networking giants, Qualcomm and Broadcom.

CEO of Ignition Design Labs said:

“Razer demands the very best in engineering, design and performance. We are thrilled to be Razer’s design partner, applying our engineering expertise and patented technologies to build a uniquely powerful pro-grade router for the world’s foremost gaming and entertainment ecosystem.”

The Razer Sila is now available on Razer.com and with Singtel Broadband Bundle. It retails at SGD409.90.

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Mark Ko

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