Power multiple gaming devices in your home.
Standalone VR headsets
The standalone (or untethered) headset offers a more powerful experience than any smartphone, and it doesn’t require cables either. And no cables means no big, expensive computer to run them from.
Game faster with Fios Gigabit Connection.
Fiber-optics: Unlike cable internet, where data travels over metallic lines and connectors that are more prone to corrosion from severe weather, fiber-optic networks deliver data by emitting light over hair-thin strands of optically-pure glass. For you, that means fast, more reliable gaming with less lag and lower latency.
Download & upload speeds: With download speeds of up to 940 Mbps, you can download a 100 GB game in no time at all. And upload speeds of up to 880 Mbps make it ideal for multiplayer, first-person shooter games, where even the slightest slow-down in ping rate can be the difference between life and death.
Wi-Fi vs Wired: Which is better for online gaming?
Using an Ethernet cord to connect your gaming console or computer directly to your router will reduce your vulnerability to radio-wave interference and Wi-Fi bandwidth hogs.
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