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Comcast designed a Wi-Fi router that you won't be ashamed to show off

Hear the words "Wi-Fi router," and you usually think of that vertical slab decorated with ports and blinking lights, or a horizontal slab sprouting multiple antennas that resembles some kind monstrous alien bug. In short, Wi-Fi routers are uglyComcast is looking to change that with its xFi Advanced Gateway, which trades the slabs for a sleek, slanted mini tower. Instead of blinking lights, there's a single continuous blue LED.
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