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Houses are filling up with new connected devices of all kinds. From smartphones and smart TVs to tablets, laptops, and connected smart home devices, consumers have more internet-connected products in their homes than ever. As exciting as it is having a door lock that automatically locks up when you leave, or a TV set that can respond to your voice commands, it also means your home is now filled with new targets for viruses, malware, spyware, and other online threats.
What if there was one device that could protect all the connected devices in your house? In fact, what if the device tasked with guarding all of your computers and smart gadgets was the very same device keeping them connected to the internet and to each other? It’s time to meet Norton Core, a futuristic Wi-Fi router with built-in security features that’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
If you think the firewall features in your standard router are good enough to stop malware and thwart attacks, you could be sorely mistaken. But the Norton Core router is an entirely new breed of router that takes performance and security to the next level. By integrating state-of-the-art security features into a high-performance Wi-Fi router, Norton has created a solution that helps to stop security threats before they even reach your connected devices.
From viruses and spyware to malware and other types of security threats, the Norton Core router is built to defend against them all. It even safeguards online transactions and offers enhanced parental controls accessible through the accompanying app.1 It’s a single device that packs in the best Norton has to offer along with cutting-edge wireless technology that supports data speeds up to a blistering 2.5 gigabits per second.
The Norton Core router is worth every penny at $199.99, which is about how much you would expect to pay for a standard high-performance router that offers the same kind of Wi-Fi coverage and data speeds as the Norton Core.
Head to the Norton website to learn more.
1 Subscription renewal is required for security and parental control features. Please review complete terms during setup.
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