At CES 2016 Symantec surprised us with the unveiling of their Norton Core router.

The router was particularly interesting because it has been designed to provide homes with increased Wi-Fi security in a time when IoT is entering our homes further.

To do this, the router used SSymantec’s global intelligence network and some in-built machine learning that is combined to defend your home’s wireless network from attacks, including malware, viruses, and other IoT-related security threats.

It also features a sleek modern design that is wonderfully interesting when compared to the classic rectangular boxes.

Today that router launched for pre-order in the US for $200, however, as of yet it has not been launched for pre-order in the UK.

When we hear a UK pre-order date we will be sure to update you.

In the meantime, you can check out the video below for a quick look at the router.

You can also find out more at the source link below.

Source: Norton

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