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but includes advanced network security tools and parental control features.
With it, you can rest assured that your so-called "smart" devices without security software won't be hijacked into a botnet or weaponized by ne'er-do-wells.
It has 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual-band radios, and supports dual-band 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi, on top of MU-MIMO streaming technology. The stylish sphere hides a 2- to 3-inch antenna tower with four dual-band antennae positioned in a phased array to provide 365 degrees of coverage.
The tower is capable of what a Norton representative describes as "beam forming," which means it can dynamically extend coverage to wherever it detects users.
Core Security might sound like new software, but it's actually Norton Security Premium, which earned a near-perfect score and an Editors' Choice in our testing.
After your first year, continued protection costs .90 per month.
There's also a Bluetooth Low Energy radio, which is currently used during the setup process. If you look closely, there's a noticeable seam between the Core's top and bottom halves.
They tend to be boxy, bulky, and sport one too many antennae to confidently show off in your living room.
Norton thoughtfully included a sleek cord organizer, lest your poor cable management detract from the Core's appearance.
Underneath you'll find one Gb WAN port, three Gb LAN ports, two USB 3.0 ports, a power jack, and a refresh button.
The Core turned in decent scores on our throughput tests, but could not keep pace with our top-performing AC2600 routers.
Its score of 86Mbps on our 2.4GHz close proximity (same room) test trailed the Synology RT2600ac and the Trendnet AC2600 Stream Boost MU-MIMO Wi Fi Router (TEW-827DRU), and was a hair slower than the Roqos Core, a competing security-minded router with an AC1600 data rate.