Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) has been launched in India. The company says the mesh system is suited for medium- and large-sized homes. It supports Wi-Fi 6 and can deliver speeds of up to 1.8Gbps. The setups is claimed to ensure lag-free, high-definition gaming and 4K/ 8K ultra-HD streaming. The Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) also supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants. The device can simultaneously connect to 25 different devices and comes with 8 gigabit Ethernet ports for wired connections.
Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) price in India, availability
The Netgear Orbi RBK 353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) is priced at Rs. 27,999 and is available to purchase via Netgear online store and Amazon, along with other leading e-commerce websites. However, at the time of writing, the Amazon listing had the price at Rs. 27,399. The setup comes in in a single White colour option.
The e-commerce website is offering the mesh system with no-cost EMI options starting at Rs. 1,290. Furthermore, the Netgear Wi-Fi setup come with an Amazon Pay Gift Card worth Rs. 1,250 for purchases made using Citibank credit card transactions. Customers can also avail of a 5 percent cashback with Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit cards for Prime members and 3 percent for non-Prime members.
Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) specifications
The Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) comes in a setup of one router and two satellite extenders. It can cover an area of up to 300 square metres and is capable of achieving speeds of up to 1.8Gbps that will help it support lag-free, high-definition gaming and 4K/ 8K ultra-HD streaming. It supports dual-band Wi-Fi — 2.5GHz and 5GHz — and features Wi-Fi 802.11b, 802.11ax, 802.11a, 802.11ac, and 802.11g. The router is powered by a 1.8GHz quad-core processor that is paired with 1GB of RAM and 512MB of NAND flash memory.
The Wi-Fi setup comes with a total of 8 gigabit Ethernet ports. It can connect up to 25 devices simultaneously. On the security front, Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) supports a comprehensive Netgear Armor antivirus and data theft protection.
The Netgear Orbi RBK353 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh System (AX1800) comes with an Orbi router (RBR350), two Orbi satellites (RBR350), a two-metre Ethernet cable, and two 12V/ 1.5A power adaptors. The Netgear Wi-Fi router is also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants.
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Netgear AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Extender (EAX15)
Wi-Fi 6 routers are known for providing strong long-range signals, but even the best of them can use some help delivering strong Wi-Fi to every room in a larger home. With the Netgear EAX15 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Extender ($129.99), all you have to do is plug it into a wall outlet and configure it with a mobile app to get wall-to-wall Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. You don’t get a lot of settings options with this wireless range extender, but it delivered solid 5GHz performance and showed good signal strength in our tests. That said, the TP-Link AX1750 Wi-Fi 6 Range Extender (RE603X) offers better overall performance for $40 less.
EAX15 Design and Features
At 5.9 by 2.7 by 2.1 inches (HWD), the matte white EAX15 enclosure is larger than the TP-Link RE505X and the TP-Link RE603X, both of which measure 4.9 by 2.9 by 1.8 inches. However, the TP-Link extenders use external antennas that can bring their actual height to 8.2 inches when fully extended. The EAX15 uses two internal antennas and has a three-prong plug on the back that is positioned at the bottom of the device to allow access to the second outlet in a two-outlet receptacle.
The front of the extender contains four LED indicators. The power LED glows green when the device is powered and amber while booting up. The Router Link LED, which tells you the signal strength between the router and the extender, glows green when the connection is best, amber when it is good, and red when it is poor; no light indicates a loss of connectivity. The Client Link LED tells you the signal strength between the extender and a client device and uses the same color codes as the Router Link LED, and the WPS LED blinks green when a WPS connection is being established and glows solid green when the connection is established and strong. On the left side of the extender are a single gigabit LAN port, a reset button, and a WPS button. As with most plug-in range extenders, you won’t find any USB ports on the EAX15.
Powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU, the EAX15 is a dual-band AX1800 extender that can achieve maximum (theoretical) data rates of up to 600Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and up to 1,200Mbps on the 5GHz band. It supports single SSID naming for seamless roaming and will work with any Wi-Fi 6 router. Additionally, it is backward compatible with Wi-Fi 4 and Wi-Fi 5 routers.
The EAX15 uses the same Nighthawk mobile app (for Android and iOS) as the Netgear XR1000 gaming router, but settings are minimal. It opens to a dashboard that shows the current status (online, offline) and has four panels. Tap the Device Manager panel to see what clients are connected and which band they're connected to. Tap any client to view its IP and MAC addresses and current link rate in Mbps. Tap the Internet Speed panel to run the Ookla Speedtest utility that measures your internet upload and download speeds. The Network Map panel takes you to a screen with a map that displays the host router and all connected extenders, and the Wi-Fi Settings panel opens a screen where you can change the extender’s SSID, password, and security method (WPA2 Personal, WPA3 Personal, WPA/WPA2 Personal, WPA2/WPA3 Personal).
Strong 5GHz Throughput
Installing the EAX15 extender is simple. I downloaded the Netgear Nighthawk mobile app, created an account, and followed the on-screen instructions for adding a new Nighthawk device.
I selected Range Extender from the list of devices and plugged it into a wall outlet that was halfway between my router and the room where I wanted an extended Wi-Fi signal. I tapped Next and the app found the extender immediately. I tapped Next again, selected the 2.4GHz and 5GHz network SSIDs that I wished to extend, and entered their respective passwords. After 45 seconds or so the extender was configured and I was prompted to create an admin login name and password and answer two security questions. Once completed, the app checked for firmware updates and the installation was finished.
The EAX15 performed admirably on most of our throughput tests, but its speed of 65Mbps on the 2.4GHz close-proximity (same room) test was a bit slower than the TP-Link RE505X (80Mbps). The TP-Link RE603X led with an impressive speed of 104Mbps. At a distance of 20 feet, the EAX15 delivered 37Mbps, beating the RE505X and coming within 1Mbps of the RE603X. On our 40-foot test, the EAX15 led the pack with a speed of 15Mbps.
The EAX15’s speed of 354Mbps on the 5GHz close-proximity test was a hair faster than the RE505X and just 4Mbps slower than the RE603X. However, it couldn’t keep pace with either TP-Link extender on the 20-foot test (171Mbps) or the 40-foot test (132Mbps).
To measure Wi-Fi signal strength we use an Ekahau Sidekick Wi-Fi diagnostic device and Ekahau’s Survey mobile app to generate heat maps that show the extender’s 2.4GHz and 5GHz signal strength throughout our test home. (Editors' Note: Ekahau is owned by Ziff Davis, PCMag's parent company.)
The circles on the maps above represent the location of the extender and shaded colors represent signal strength: dark green indicates the strongest signal, yellow is weaker, and gray indicates no measurable signal reception. As shown on the heat maps, the EAX15 did a good job of extending both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi signals throughout our test home. The signals were a bit weaker in the far corner of the back bedroom, however.
Easily Extend Your Wi-Fi
If your router is having trouble delivering a strong Wi-Fi signal to certain areas of your home, a range extender like the Netgear AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Extender (EAX15) can help. It’s easy to install and you can use it to create a mesh network with a single SSID, and it delivered relatively fast throughput scores in our tests. That said, our Editors’ Choice winner for Wi-Fi 6 range extenders, the TP-Link RE603X, offers faster throughput performance and more settings for less money, making it a better buy.
Netgear Nighthawk Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System review: Mesh? More like meh
Devices that do support Wi-Fi 6 are capable of sending and receiving data faster and more efficiently than previous-gen Wi-Fi devices. That's potentially a pretty big deal for mesh routers, because the range-extending satellites that pair with the router need to pass a lot of data back and forth as you connect. That means that Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers can offer noticeably better performance for your home even if you don't use any other Wi-Fi 6 gadgets just yet. Sure enough, the Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers we've tested so far have been among the fastest mesh routers we've ever tested -- and at $230, the Netgear Nighthawk is the most affordable one yet.
I was excited to test the system out for myself -- but in the end, I came away disappointed.
Yes, the Nighthawk mesh router was plenty fast in our lab-based top speed tests -- it actually notched the fastest close-range transfer speed that we've seen from any of the mesh routers we've tested thus far, including a few models that cost twice as much. But when I took it home to conduct my real-world speed tests, things were a lot different. At several points during my tests, where I move from room to room running speed tests from various spots around my house, my speeds would plummet, forcing me to disconnect and then reconnect in order to get my speeds back up where they should be. It wasn't an issue with my network -- it was the Nighthawk router getting confused by a non-stationary client device.
Basically, the Nighthawk mesh router is brawny enough to hit impressive top speeds, but not brainy enough to maintain a steady connection as you move throughout your home. Other mesh routers I've tested have all done a much better job of optimizing my speeds -- and other surprisingly affordable Wi-Fi 6 mesh routers are coming soon, so you've got alternatives worth waiting for. All of that makes Netgear's mesh entry to the Nighthawk brand a tough system for me to recommend.
The power of the dark side
If the Nighthawk mesh router looks a little familiar, that's because it's the same basic design as the recent dual-band, budget-priced version of the Netgear Orbi mesh system, which I reviewed a few months ago. The Nighthawk takes that same boxy build with cheese grater-like heat vents on top, then paints it black, slaps a Nighthawk label on the front, and adds in support for Wi-Fi 6.
I liked the small, unassuming design quite a bit back when I reviewed the Orbi, and I think it works well here, too. It's good-looking without drawing too much attention to itself, and does a good enough job of blending in that you won't feel embarrassed about keeping both devices out in the open, where they'll perform their best.
One other design upgrade of note: The Nighthawk mesh system adds a spare Ethernet jack to the back of the satellite, something that the dual-band Orbi mesh system lacks. That's useful to have in case you want a wired connection between the router and the satellite for faster system performance, or if you want to wire something like a media streamer directly to the satellite.
The Nighthawk doesn't have everything, though -- which isn't surprising given that this is a Wi-Fi 6 system on a budget. You don't get a multigig WAN port on the router like you do with the Netgear Orbi 6, for instance, so your incoming internet speed will be capped at 1 gigabit per second. You won't find many extra bells or whistles in the app, either. And don't even think of getting a third band to use as a dedicated backhaul for transmissions between the router and the satellites at this price.
As for specs, the Nighthawk is a dual-band AX1800 router, with the "AX" indicating that it supports Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and the "1800" indicating the combined top speeds of the two bands. As always, combined speed ratings like those are a bit misleading since you can only connect to one band at a time. Netgear claims that the 2.4GHz band can hit speeds of up to 600 Mbps, and that the 5GHz band is capable of hitting speeds as high as 1,200 Mbps.
That 1,200 Mbps speed claim would indeed be pretty impressive, but keep in mind those ratings come from the manufacturer's own lab, where conditions are designed to be as optimal as possible (and again, the WAN port caps your incoming wired speed at a single gig, or 1,000 Mbps). In a real-world setting, with range to worry about, walls in the way and interference from nearby networks, your speeds will be always be lower.
Still, the Nighthawk router did a lot better than I expected when we ran our own lab-based top speed tests. With the router wired to a MacBook acting as a local server, we connected to the Nighthawk's network using a second laptop that supports Wi-Fi 6. Then, we downloaded files from the MacBook at various distances and measured the transfer speeds. At a distance of just five feet, our average speed rang in at 901 Mbps. That's a terrific result, and better than any other mesh router I've tested, including fancy triband mesh routers like the AmpliFi Alien, the Arris Surfboarf Max Pro, and Netgear's own Wi-Fi 6 version of the Orbi mesh system. Each of those costs more than twice as much as the Nighthawk.
That said, the Nighthawk saw bigger speed drops than those systems as we increased the distance. At 75 feet, its speeds had fallen by about 40% to 520 Mbps. Most mesh systems I test are able to hold that drop-off to 30% or less.
Real-world speed tests were a real pain
With our lab tests finished, it was time to take the Nighthawk home and test it out in a real-world environment -- specifically, my 1,300 sq. ft. shotgun house in Louisville, KY. It's a relatively small space for a mesh system, but it gives me a good chance to see how these systems actually perform in a home environment.
In this case, it's where things sort of fell apart.
At first, everything seemed fine. Netgear's Nighthawk app walked me through the setup process and my network was up and running within a few minutes. My first few speed tests, conducted from the comfort of my living room couch with the router sitting just a few feet away, were just as fast as you'd expect, essentially maxing out my home's 300 Mbps fiber internet plan.
But then I picked up my laptop and moved to a new spot -- the kitchen. It's a bit further from the router, but it's an open concept floorplan that connects with the living room, so there aren't any walls in the way. All the same, my speeds plummeted to well below 100 Mbps.
Needless to say, this was weird. And, when I see a weirdly slow result like that in my tests, I'll make a note of it in my spreadsheet, then reset the connection. That did the trick -- after disconnecting from the network and then reconnecting to it, my speeds were back up were they should be, just shy of 300 Mbps.
But then it happened again. And again. And again. I'd move to a new spot during my tests, and my speeds would nosedive. I alternate rounds of speed tests from the front of the house to the back, and then from the back of the house to the front -- on one of the latter rounds, where that close-range living room test is the last test in the sequence, my speed came in at 93 Mbps. That was with the router only a couple of feet away.
In the end, the Nighthawk returned an overall average speed of 219 Mbps throughout my whole house, which is worse than all but two of the dozen or so systems I've tested in my home, Wi-Fi 6 or otherwise. And that was with me frequently re-connecting in order to give the system its best chance to succeed.
So what was happening here? It wasn't my network -- I made sure to run some control tests with my existing router, and didn't see anything like I was experiencing with the Nighthawk. Same goes for the online speed test software and the server I was connecting to, neither of which registered any issues when testing with my own router. In fact, I've run thousands of speed tests in my home over the past several months under the same controlled settings, and the Nighthawk is the only router that's given me this much of a headache.
It really seems like the Nighthawk, for whatever reason, isn't all that good at optimizing the signal for a client device that isn't in a fixed location. If that device moves from one spot to another, the connection gets confused and things slow down. That might be due to poor beamforming or a wonky mesh algorithm that isn't good at deciding when to route your connection through the satellite and when to go straight to the router, but whatever is happening, it's an annoyance that I wouldn't want to deal with in my home.
I'll also note that it isn't the first time that I've had issues with Netgear's mesh performance. Both the dual-band Orbi and the triband Orbi Voice Wi-Fi 5 systems dropped my connection on multiple occasions during my at-home tests. Only the high-end, Wi-Fi 6 version of the Netgear Orbi managed to impress me with the stability of its signal.
Speaking of signal strength, we test for that, too. To do so, we move over to the 5,800 sq. ft. CNET Smart Home, where we set each mesh system up with the router and one satellite on opposite ends of the home's main floor. Then, we use NetSpot's online software to track how strong the connection is across dozens of locations. It's a bit of a stress test -- the two-piece Nighthawk system is designed for homes of up to 3,000 square feet.
The results were pretty close to what you might expect for an entry-level Wi-Fi 6 system like the Nighthawk. The signal strength on both the main floor where the router and satellite were located and the basement level below was adequate and slightly stronger than a comparably priced Wi-Fi 5 system like the Nest Wifi, but not nearly as strong as a high-end, triband Wi-Fi 6 system like the Orbi 6 that sells for $700. Credit the Nighthawk for hitting the middle ground between those two, especially given that it costs less than the Nest.
Still, at the farthest distances we test, the Nighthawk's speeds dropped by about 40% in our lab and by a little less than 30% in my at-home tests. Those are both low-end results among the Wi-Fi 6 mesh systems I've tested.
Wi-Fi 6 should prove to be a particularly fine upgrade for mesh routers, and it's encouraging that we're already seeing options that cost less than most Wi-Fi 5 mesh routers were selling for not even a year ago.
At $230, the Netgear Nighthawk fits that bill, which makes it pretty tempting -- but the shaky mesh performance leaves too much to be desired. Speed is important, but stability matters, too. The Nighthawk has plenty of the former, but it lacks the latter. With lots of other interesting new mesh routers making their way to market in 2020, that's too much of a compromise.
NETGEAR AX1800 4-Stream WiFi Mesh Extender
NETGEAR AX1800 4-Stream Mesh Extender (EAX20) supports the latest generation WiFi 6 (802.11ax) standard. This powerful Mesh Extender is built for the future of WiFi delivering great capacity, fast speed and more coverage. Enjoy a better connected home experience and extend faster WiFi to the farthest corner of your home with speeds up to 1.8Gbps. With 4-streams WiFi more spatial streams provide more available bandwidth and less congestion for all the devices in the WiFi network. Ideal for small to medium-sized homes with up to 4 bedrooms, you can extend powerful WiFi to every corner and take advantage of the fastest broadband speeds available to get the speeds you pay for. Upgrade to a WiFi 6 Mesh Extender to experience the fastest WiFi speeds and up to 1.5-times greater network capacity than WiFi 5, so you can connect more and more devices on your WiFi today and tomorrow without worry.
- Easily create a whole home WiFi mesh system with your existing router
- 4-Stream WiFi 6 with speeds up to 1.8Gbps for fast wireless speeds
- 1.5X the performance and capacity of 11ac
- Powerful 1.5GHz quad-core processor for smooth 4K streaming and gaming
- Gigabit WiFi connectivity for compatible mobile devices and laptops
- Reliable Smart Home Connectivity
Wi-Fi 6 features simultaneous dual band support, making it ideal for multiple IoT devices in our connected homes. Your WiFi will stay strong and reliable, even with more WiFi devices on your network from the sensor-based low-bandwidth devices to high-end video streaming.
- Smoother UHD 4K/8K Streaming
Watch ultra-HD 4K videos on your smart TV while your famly games online and uploads pictures from their smartphones. Streaming from Netflix or YouTube has never been so smooth.
- Faster and Farther Coverage
Get faster WiFi speeds to more devices for your premium router or your Internet Provider rented modem.
Easily Create a Mesh WiFi 6 System with your Existing Router
Expand coverage of your Existing Router using your current WiFi name and password. This desktop design has two powerful internal antennas that extend WiFi signals to where your router WiFi cannot reach. This AX1800 Mesh Extender is backward compatible with previous WiFi generations (11b/g/n/a/ac) and will work with all your existing internet-connected devices.
Great Speed and Range without Bandwidth Drop
Your upgraded WiFi experience will deliver smooth streaming of ultra HD content on your new smart TV, music for your WiFi connected speakers, and fast online game play throughout your home.
No More Switching WiFi Network Names
AX1800 4-Stream Mesh Extender creates a seamless network throughout your home by using the same WiFi network name (SSID) as your router. Your WiFi devices like the smartphones and laptops will remain connected to the same network name without disconnect and reconnect as you move around your house and yard.
A desktop extender like EAX20 is a great choice if you need more Ethernet ports to connect network-ready wired devices. Use the extender's four (4) Gigabit Ethernet ports to connect wired devices like Smart TVs and game consoles.
Nighthawk Router + Nighthawk Mesh Extender
Love your Nighthawk router? Now you can easily build your own powerful Nighthawk Mesh network. Enjoy all the advanced router features that a Nighthawk has to offer and easily build your own powerful WiFi Mesh System. The Nighthawk AX8 is compatible with any WiFi router but delivers best mesh performance with the Nighthawk WiFi 6 routers.
The NETGEAR Nighthawk App makes it easy to set up your extender and get more out of your WiFi. With the app, you can install your extender in a few steps—just connect your mobile device to the network and the app will walk you through the rest. Once set up, you can use the intuitive dashboard to manage your network.
- Network Management—Easily monitor and manage your home network
- Quick Setup—Get connected in just minutes
- Get it at nighthawk-app.com
4-Stream WiFi 6
Upgraded WiFi that's up to 1.5X the performance & capacity of 11ac.
One WiFi Name & Smart Roaming
Seamless mesh WiFi throughout the home for all your devices.
Increased Coverage for Your Smart Home
Strong WiFi signals reach every corner of your smart home.
Ultra-fast WiFi Speeds up to 1.8Gbps
Smoother 4K HD streaming & gaming.
WiFi 6 for business and home office
NETGEAR has been at the forefront of innovation and cutting-edge solution for more than 20 years, providing innovative and ground-breaking network solutions which include a suite of advanced WiFi 6 products – giving you access to the most advanced WiFi on the planet.
WiFi 6 overcomes these challenges
- Coverage and range, especially through walls in blind spots
- Need for faster and easier set up
- Network and per device speed, especially with more devices
- Demand for security and access control
- Need for smooth configuration and firmware updates
WiFi 6 for Business
Why are businesses adopting WiFi 6?
- Best WiFi Speed – 70% more throughput than WiFi 5
- Connect More Devices - optimized speed even in high density areas
- Improved Coverage
- Battery Efficiency
- Seamless Roaming
- Faster Backbone with 2.5G - Multi-gig networking and connectivity
- High Density IoT
- Safer Networks
Remote WiFi 6 Management
Most NETGEAR WiFi 6 business access points include NETGEAR Insight, the award-winning remote cloud management solution for easy installation, monitoring, and management from anywhere.
NETGEAR Insight is an industry first in network management, providing easy plug-and-play setup and management. Its cloud portal can be accessed via an intuitive web interface or the Insight mobile app. Insight offers a wide variety of configuration options for the most basic networks to multi-tenancy and multi-roles.
NETGEAR Insight enables easy configuration, monitoring, and management of your wireless access points together with Insight-managed switches and storage. Wireless management features include: Instant WiFi for automatic wireless configuration to limit interferences, frequency band selection, VLAN creation and association with SSID, WiFi security configuration, visibility into WiFi clients, reporting, and many more.
Who is upgrading to WiFi 6?
- Sharing a WiFi connection with the rest of the family as people are working from home, video calling or downloading large files can slow everyone down. WiFi 6 is optimized for concurrent users.
- As medicine moves toward more innovative technologies for imaging, record storage, and telehealth, it requires more bandwidth. Upgrading to WiFi 6 helps ease high demand and provide efficiency.
- Older, legacy WiFi systems have slow bandwidth lack device capacity and less secure connections. WiFi 6 can meet growing demand for connectivity across all the technology and devices the industry depends on.
- As wireless handheld Point of Sale devices increase in use so does the need for suffcinet bandwidth and total site coverage. WiFi 6 can meet those growing demands.
- Libraries, city halls, police offices and the public sector in general are becoming more technologically advanced and reliant on WiFi and need the bandwidth capacity and efficiency it offers.
- The increase in video streaming, online with WiFi 6 greatly improve student’s and teacher’s educational experiences.
- From AI assembly line robots to autonomous delivery trucks, most or all new machinery and loT will require high bandwidth and capacity.
- Finance companies need high bandwidth and zero-delay streaming to meet the needs of daily stock market traders and demanding finance apps. WiFi 6 can keep up with these demand.
- Houses of worship need great network conncetivity to make sure everything runs smoothly for the team and improve the congregation’s experince. Reliability, simplicity and affordability are high priorities. WiFi 6 checks all those boxes.
The WiFi 6 Difference
Increased speed, coverage, and capacity for today’s WiFi demands
Up to 70% faster speeds on both bands
Up to 50% more coverage, with no dead zones
- Device Capacity
More simultaneous users, with high WiFi quality for everyone
|Number of Ethernet Ports||Four (4) 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology|
|Security||Standards-based WiFi Security (802.11i, 128-bit AES encryption with PSK)|
|Ease of Use|
|Dimensions||9.5 x 6.7 x 2.5in (241.7 × 169.5 ×63.4mm)|
* 90-day complimentary technical support following purchase from a NETGEAR authorized reseller.
1 Works with devices supporting WPS.
§ Requires compatible AX clients with DL-OFDMA and UL-OFDMA support.
† Comparable with an AC1200 WiFi Range Extender.
†† Performance compared to IEEE 802.11ac wireless technology.
‡ Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11 specifications. Actual data throughput and data over distance will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building material and construction, and network overhead, result in lower actual data throughput rate and wireless coverage. Data throughput, signal range, and wireless coverage per sq. ft. are not guaranteed and may vary due to differences in operating environments of wireless networks, including without limitation building materials and wireless interference. Specifications are subject to change without notice. The product may not be compatible with routers or gateways with firmware that has been altered, is based on open source programs, or is non-standard or outdated.
- Pricing and product availability subject to change without notice.
NETGEAR Nighthawk WiFi 6 Router
NETGEAR AX1800 4-Stream WiFi Mesh Extender
Our Price: $133.89
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