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Wireless Device Speed Capabilities

There are many factors that can play a role in the speed your wireless devices receive from our ALLO router. Ordinary household items like microwaves, cordless phones, wireless speakers, fluorescent lights, baby monitors, and garage door openers can have a big impact on your wireless experience. Throw in some brick walls or lath and plaster construction, and wireless capabilities get even murkier. And while it’s been a trusty standby for so long, that 12 year old laptop from college wasn’t built with the same technology as your brand new smartphone, speed variance is bound to occur when the age of your device outlasts the family pet. If you’re interested in all the nitty-gritty details of wireless device strength, we’ve got just the blog for you.

Below is a list of some common devices and what speeds can be obtained through your wireless network.

Please note: these are average speeds, and may vary depending on the environment, age of device, etc.

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Laptop Computers Expected Maximum Speeds
MacBook Pro 2015 Up to 435 Mbps
MacBook Pro 2016 Up to 396 Mbps
Dell Latitude E 7470 Up to 310 Mbps
MacBook Air Up to 266 Mbps
MSI Laptop Up to 248 Mbps
HP Omen Laptop Up to 245 Mbps
Razer Laptop Up to 226 Mbps
Acer Aspire S 13 Up to 200 Mbps
Microsoft Surface Book Up to 184 Mbps
ChromeBook Plus Up to 156 Mbps
Lenovo Ideapad Up to 130 Mbps
Mobile Devices Expected Maximum Speeds
iPhone X Up to 330 Mbps
Google Pixel Up to 268 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy S8 Up to 266 Mbps
iPhone 7 Plus Up to 231 Mbps
iPhone 7 Up to 211 Mbps
Nexus 6P Up to 211 Mbps
Nexus 6 Up to 207 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Up to 202 Mbps
Samsung S7 Edge Up to 200 Mbps
iPhone 6S Up to 191 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy S5 Up to 175 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy S6 Up to 174 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Up to 141 Mbps
iPhone 6 Up to 120 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy S4 Up to 113 Mbps
iPhone SE Up to 83 Mbps
Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Up to 58 Mbps
Nexus 7 Up to 42 Mbps
iPhone 5S Up to 41 Mbps
Tablets Expected Maximum Speeds
Nexus 9 Tab Up to 362 Mbps
iPad Mini 4 Up to 238 Mbps
Surface Pro 3 Up to 211 Mbps
Surface Pro 4 Up to 205 Mbps
iPad Air 2 Up to 199 Mbps
iPad Pro Up to 199 Mbps
Galaxy Tab S2 Up to 178 Mbps
MacBook Pro 2013 Up to 127 Mbps
Kindle Fire HDX Up to 76 Mbps
iPad Mini 2 Up to 73 Mbps
iPad Air Up to 64 Mbps
iPad 4 Up to 51 Mbps
Zenpad S 8.0 Up to 27 Mbps
iPad 2 Up to 23 Mbps
Other Devices Expected Maximum Speeds
ASUS AC 88 Up to 502 Mbps
Apple TV4 Up to 257 Mbps
Netgear A6210 Up to 192 Mbps
D-Link Wireless DWA-182 Up to 174 Mbps
XBox One S Up to 112 Mbps
Linksys WUSB6100M Up to 111 Mbps
Netgear A6100 Up to 107 Mbps
PS4 Pro Up to 96 Mbps
Tplink TL-WN823N Up to 53 Mbps


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  • Updated on December 18, 2019
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