According to The Verge Wi-Fi 6 is finally here: ...Each device demands some of your router’s time and bandwidth, and that’s increasingly become a problem — the more devices you have, the more your router’s capacity is spread thin. If this continues, speeds could slow to a drag. That’s the problem Wi-Fi 6 is meant to solve by making data delivery more efficient to ultimately offer faster speeds, and at CES this year, the new Wi-Fi standard finally felt like a reality. Wi-Fi 6 routers and devices were plentiful on the show floor.... We also started to see Wi-Fi 6 get married to 5G, using the speedier Wi-Fi standard to deliver the speedier wireless connection throughout your home. This is dependent on 5G proving itself out as a viable home internet offering, when it comes to both price and reliability. Thus far, that hasn’t happened... The problem is, of course, none of the six Amazon Alexa products, Roku and Amazon Fire TV products, cell phones, or computers in my house have Wi-Fi 6 or 5G capabilities. I'm not sure I'll live long enough to have replaced all these things. But it sounds interesting.