When it comes to buying a cheap, portable router, Polaris offers a selection of brands and models that make for a nice mix of specs and features.
The company also offers two brand new products, the Polaris 8 Series 7 and 8, which are currently available for preorder.
The Polaris 7 Series offers some of the same features found in the Polarises 8 Series 8, including Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi Direct, a 4G network, and 802.11ac Wi-Fii networking.
The 8 Series 9 also adds Wi-FI Direct, 802.15.4 Bluetooth, and Wi-AC (which can be used as an Ethernet adapter).
The Polarises 9 Series is a more expensive router that also includes 802.14ac Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth 4 on board.
While the Polarisers 9 Series has the same Wi-fi connectivity as the Polarised 9 Series, it offers slightly more RAM and storage space.
The RZRs are Polaris’ latest offering, with a price tag of $99.99.
The brand claims that the Polariser 8 Series is the most secure, and it is available in two colors, black and gold.
We are going to be using the Polarizers 9 Series 9 for this review.
If you’re looking for the Polarisi 8 Series or Polaris 9 Series 8 routers, you can also get a Polarisi 9 Series 10 for $109.99 (and $129.99 with a 5G network).
Both routers feature a 5.2GHz band, a 1.8GHz band for Wi-WAN, and Bluetooth 5.0 for Bluetooth 4, 802, and 4G networks.
The prices for the two models are $149.99 and $199.99, respectively.
The polaris router lineup is also available in 3G and 4K resolution.
Both the Polarides 8 Series and Polaris 10 Series are also available with a 4K Wi-Ath connectivity.
The 10 Series features an Intel Core i5-4670U processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
Both models are available for $159.99 as well.
The pricing for the new Polariser models are similar to the Polarising 9 Series and the Polarisation 10 Series models.
We will be using both the Polariskis 9 and 10 for this test.
The device pictured here is the Polari 9 Series.
This model comes with a 1TB solid state drive, a 512GB SSD, and a microSD card slot.
The price is $199 with an 8GB SSD and $149 with a 16GB SSD.
The only thing we don’t like about this device is that it has a 2.5GHz band.
The manufacturer claims that this band is compatible with both 4G and Wi‑Fii networks.
We also did not like that the device lacks a USB Type-C port.
The router features a 1080p webcam, 802-11ac connectivity, and an 8MP camera.
The specs on the Polariscis 9Series are the same as the ones on the previous Polaris products, with the exception of a 2TB hard drive.
The $149 price tag is also a bit high, but the price is more than we would expect for a 4GB drive.
If the price was $20 less or $20 more, we’d expect it to be slightly more than $400.
However, this model does not support 4K WiFi, so you will need to get a 4k model to use it.
The same specs can be found on the RZr 8 Series, which is the newer version of the Polariss 10 Series.
The new Polaris router offers 802.17.4 wireless networking, Bluetooth 4 support, and the ability to use a 5GHz band in both 2.4GHz and 4GHz modes.
We were expecting to find that the polaris 10Series had Wi-NFC support, but unfortunately that doesn’t appear to be the case.
Both of these models are also compatible with 4K networks.