Wired vs Wifi: Skip Wifi in Favor of Ethernet Where You Can

  • Ultra-low Latency: Wifi will never be as responsive as an electrical impulse sent down a wire. Whether you’re gaming on a PC or a console, low latency is ideal.
  • Speed: Even the best Wifi routers still don’t hit their maximum theoretical speeds, but it’s easy to max out an Ethernet connection.
  • Stability: Barring damage to the cable or hardware, Ethernet connections are rock solid.
  • No Authentication: You don’t need credentials for Ethernet. Just plug the device into the network and go.
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