• NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)
NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router, Gigabit Ethernet, Compatible with Amazon Echo/Alexa (R7900)

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  • 3.0Gbps-Fast combined WiFi speed for uninterrupted streaming
  • Tri-Band MU-MIMO-Simultaneous streaming to more devices
  • 1.8GHz dual-core processor delivers lag-free gaming
  • USB 3.0 port offers high-speed, storage-ready access.System Requirements:Microsoft Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, UNIX, or Linux.Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Firefox 2.0, Safari 1.4, or Google Chrome 11.0 browsers or higher
  • Nighthawk App - Easily setup your router. Manage Internet access by pausing and resuming internet instantly. Run a speed test. All from your mobile device!

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They crippled IPv6 support This review is for the "NETGEAR R7900-100NAS Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Smart Wi-Fi Router."Just wanted to make that clear, since Amazon seems to be combining a lot of Netgear reviews together.It mostly works... but has one huge fatal flaw, that I didn't notice until after my amazon return window has expired.The firmware blocks/firewalls any connections from the WAN trying to connect to any ports listening over the ipv6 interface. So you can't connect to any services running on your network over ipv6 from outside your LAN. There is NO setting to enable this. I googled and searched Netgear support forms. In threads started by other folks, the netgear support reps say that this behavior is "by design" for security purposes. What a let-down, and a major disappointment to me.To make matters worse, you can't roll your own custom firewall rules over a telnet interface, because the "telnetenable" script does not work on this router (port 23 on the LAN is not opened, so the script doesn't work.) Also, from my searching, it appears OpenWRT and Tomato are not supported on this model.I expect more from a two hundred dollar router. To rub salt in the wound, not even a couple months later, amazon is selling it for forty dollars less than I paid for it.Other than the problems I listed above, the router seems to function fine. So I guess it's OK if you're content with just an ipv4 router that you don't want to run custom firmware on. 2Ok for six months. Now dead. Got it in April. Died in October.It was ok when it was in use. But it wasn t whole lot better than the cheaper version in terms of the distance it covered.Some time in September, it started to jam. Resetting the router fixed it. But it would jam again later. Then that interval started to shorten and later it wouldn t even last half an hour. At this point pretty much useless.Good thing I had saved my previous one, which still works fine.I guess they put this one on sale because possibly known bug/defects? Quite disapppinting.It s still under warranty, but it requires spending my $ to ship to them from what I read. Why can t they send me a replacement first like many others do? Still have some time, so maybe I ll claim it later if the current one dies on me too. 1Great Router Even Though I Went to an Orbi Great router. I replaced it with an Orbi system, but here's what I liked:1. Great signal strength. I have a 1/4 acre lot with a long rectangular yard, and I got 2/3-75% signal at the far corner outside my fence.2. Speed on wireless and wired connections. No complaint there.3. Netgear software is excellent (on routerlogin.com).4. Signal penetration - I have a 2 story house, 11 years old; signal worked fine upstairs at farthest corner from router.5. Build & design: I expect to have 20-25 devices connected to my network at peak, mostly wireless. I had no concerns that this would overheat or shut down - lots of ventilation. I would have mounted it on a wall; it's black and the LEDs are small.I ultimately switched to an Orbi because I wanted MU-MIMO, and found an RB50K (kit) on Amazon Warehouse for $25 more than this. Otherwise I would have kept it for 2-3 years.MU-MIMO is worth getting in a new router, but it won't be commonplace for several years (the router and the connected device both have to be capable). Basically instead of your router having to move in series and handle a data request from one device, then move on to another device (happens super fast, but still in series), MU-MIMO allows your router to move more in parallel and move data from multiple devices at a time.If you don't want to pay for an Orbi kit, the R7900P does offer MU-MIMO. It's harder to find though, and costs in between the R7900 and the Orbi. 4Unreliable product - too many dropped connections This is a terrible product and a total waste of time. It drops wi-fi more than the 5 year old 2.4Ghz Router it was meant to replace. The 5Ghz is so droppy it's basically unusable, whether you have it in smart mode or as 2 separate 5Ghz channels. We tried it on every available channel in case there was interference, but they all had the same result - too many dropped wifi connections. The 2.4Ghz was more reliable, but at that point, why are we buying an expensive replacement for an old router that already does that?! I had heard bad things about the Netgear Nighthawk series reliability, but I ignored it and got one. They were right - all the negative reviews I read were right. Whether it happens out of the box, or 6 months after you get it, the radios and/or chipset in these are simply not reliable, and now I can say that from firsthand experience. We are returning this and moving to a UniFi brand access point instead. It's commercial grade, but they work in home, too, and don't cost much different than these overpriced, unreliable Nighthawks. Great reviews of the UniFi all over. Look into that if you're disappointed with these Nighthawks like we were. 1Good Router I've had this for a short time but I don't have any major complaints about it. The only thing I wasn't able to get to work is hooking up a USB 3.0 drive to the router. I've tried probably six or seven usb devices and the app won't recognize it. Decided it's not a major issue right now as I have no real need for it but it would be nice to know it's there when I need it. Also once and while my computer hooked up to the router will lose connection if it's downloading files over 4.5MB/s. Now I can't necessarily blame it on the router but it never happened to me with my old TP-Link router. Usually a reboot of the computer easily fixes the issue but is a bit a of nuisances. The reason I bought this though was the Tri-Band. My house has a lot of wireless devices and when people come over the old router couldn't handle all the requests. After I upgraded to this and split the devices between the three bands things are much better. The wireless can't quite reach out past the front of the house but that could be the placement of the router. The only thing I dislike about the router is the admin screen. I use the app now but it's frustrating that it seems all the commands I send to the router have to go through their website first rather than just the local IP. I don't know why the decided that going to their website instead of just typing 192.168.1.1 is better but I don't care for it because it's slow.All-in-all I am satisfied with my purchase. 4Not an upgrade at all especially for the price! Wow stay away from this, not sure if it was just my unit I received but I thought I was upgrading from my existing router TP-Link Archer C9 when I purchased this. The one I got would constantly drop signal and just reboot. Besides that obvious defect, all of the speeds were reduced by A LOT. Even when I was directly plugged in my 1giga connection (which realistically on the TP-Link Archer C9 would hit 885+ Mbs down and 50+ Mbs up.. However with this Netgear R7900 the best I EVER hit was 367 Mbs down and 47ish up. This part just blows my mind. I spent quite a few hours messing with the options installing the bloatware that came with it and numerous hard resets with 15 minute intervals between both modem and router and nodda. I'm confused why this has such a high rating this thing is junk. Return/refund order already placed and can't get it in the mailbox fast enough. I was hoping to get an upgrade on my router instead I spent even more money and got a subpar product. 1This is a fantastic router for the price... great performance and loaded with a ton of useful features The price was fluctuating quite a bit on Amazon, but when I saw it come up for sale at $149.99 ($50 less than Costco's price) The deal was too good to pass up. This router does everything I expect a router to do, and it does it well. One of the reasons I replaced my old router was relatively poor 5GHz coverage, and I was not disappointed with he R7900, which has great wi-fi coverage throughout my home.I elected to manually set the router up, because I know what I'm dong and wanted to make the router upgrade as seamless as possible, so hat I could preprogram it and substitute it for the old router when finished. All my devices connected to the new router without issue, as I used the same SSIDs, IP addresses, etc, including the address reservation feature to keep my fixed network addresses the same.The R7900 has some great monitoring features as well, allowing me to see which of my devices are using data, and how much. I can also monitor total data consumed per day/week/month so I can compare it with my ISP's data consumption tool.Netgear offers and makes use of a free dynamic DSN service that I plan to take advantage of with my Raspberry PI 3, setting up an email server with my own domain name, allowing me to create personalized email addresses for my whole family, for free. This will save me some money as I migrate off of Godaddy's expensive email service. I'll just keep my domain name with them.In sum, because of the great performance and price, I can highly recommend this router. 5BEWARE! Netgear only provides 90 DAYS of tech support! Heres how I fixed the "Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration" issue The first router I received was dead within 10 hours. Sent it back and received the replacement quickly. This router totally rocks! Totally worth the money. Why only 3 stars? UGH...NetGear!!! After less than 5 months I suddenly, out of nowhere, had no internet access. The network showed that I had a full signal, but also said "secured, not connected" on every band. I ran the troubleshooter on my laptop and the error message I got was "Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration." No matter what I did, I couldn't fix it. I scoured the internet for a fix, nothing worked. I called my ISP, they said everything was great on their end, that the router may be defective. Finally called NetGear support. They advised me that my 90-day tech support warranty had already expired and offered to help me for $89. Brand new $200 router and this is the warranty they offer? Insanity!!! No way I was paying their hostage fee. Instead of helping me they emailed me a link to their knowledge database. No help what-so-ever. Second call, no help, same emailed knowledge database link. THIRD call...The support person ran a check on the router from their end and said that the router is still in perfect working order, that the settings needed to be changed. Somehow they were magically screwed up. They would gladly fix the settings for me for $89. Forget it. Yelled at her long enough that she sent me a different link to their knowledge database. Not helpful, but it did give me a teeny tiny clue. Back to the net to search for the fix. Logged onto my online NetGenie admin account. Finally found that security/parent controls had been changed so that the internet was blocked every single day, 24/7. Down side, these settings were all greyed out and I couldn't change them. Back to the net. I'll tell you how to fix it if this happens to you. In NetGenie online (not the download version) click on the Advanced tab at the top, go down to Advanced Setup, then Wireless AP. In the window, UNCHECK Enable AP Mode and click the apply button. This will allow you to go back to the Advanced tab, Security, then Schedule and UNCHECK all of the days that you don't want blocked, and click the apply button. 3-1/2 days that I'll never get back, a headache, and finally the problem was solved. This has GOT to be a NetGear scam to get your $$$ for tech support. Router settings don't just arbitrarily change on their own in the blink of an eye. 3Quality Down.. Total Garbage.. Very Disappointed I've used Netgear products for over a decade and generally found them to be quite good. NOT ANY MORE ! I bought this Nighthawk expecting good reliable service from what was suppose to be a state of the art router. Performance was good initially, but after several months it kept dropping the signal from my cable modem so that I had no internet to any of my devices. Strong signal, but no data. After a lengthy troubleshooting exercise to determine that the problem was indeed the router, I called Netgear support. The rep had me update the firmware, but the update KILLED the router and it would no longer power on. The rep did everything he could think of, but could never revive the router. At this point my 12 month warranty was past and there was nothing he could do. No refurb, no replacement. A $200 router gave me about 8 months of good service, then problems for the next six months and then it died completely during the support call.. Have to buy a new router (it definitely won't be another Netgear unit). 1Amazing speed, easy to set up So we bought this (NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router) a few weeks ago hoping for an improvement over our 3-5 year old (not sure when it was made) NETGEAR R6100 which kept dropping signal or was very weak in different parts of the house.I'm so happy with this purchase, don't even know where to start. So I'll keep it short and sweet. It works very well, super fast, and easy to set up - for normal home usage that is. Not sure if a pro gamer would agree, or how well it would do in a business environment, but here in my 4 bd, 1,750 sq ft home with bedrooms on both ends of the house - ranch split design - with computers, laptops, streaming devices, gaming boxes, printers and other things doodads and doohickeys hooked up to the internet and depending on a strong signal in each room or area of our 9,583 sq ft lot size (strong signal reaching even the far corners of the back yard) ... IT WORKS SUPER FAST AND TOTALLY AMAZING! We love the speed and the fact that we don't have to keep adjusting the location of the router or move closer to it if we want to download something, print something or just browse the Amazon (he he)! So to end this on a sweet note, YES I definitely recommend this product for anyone looking to buy a great fast router. Not the cheapest for sure, but in my opinion it's one of the best. Also can't beat the Amazon fast delivery and most of the time with Prime membership, free returns. Thanks for reading and ask if you have any questions. 5
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They crippled IPv6 support This review is for the "NETGEAR R7900-100NAS Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Smart Wi-Fi Router."Just wanted to make that clear, since Amazon seems to be combining a lot of Netgear reviews together.It mostly works... but has one huge fatal flaw, that I didn't notice until after my amazon return window has expired.The firmware blocks/firewalls any connections from the WAN trying to connect to any ports listening over the ipv6 interface. So you can't connect to any services running on your network over ipv6 from outside your LAN. There is NO setting to enable this. I googled and searched Netgear support forms. In threads started by other folks, the netgear support reps say that this behavior is "by design" for security purposes. What a let-down, and a major disappointment to me.To make matters worse, you can't roll your own custom firewall rules over a telnet interface, because the "telnetenable" script does not work on this router (port 23 on the LAN is not opened, so the script doesn't work.) Also, from my searching, it appears OpenWRT and Tomato are not supported on this model.I expect more from a two hundred dollar router. To rub salt in the wound, not even a couple months later, amazon is selling it for forty dollars less than I paid for it.Other than the problems I listed above, the router seems to function fine. So I guess it's OK if you're content with just an ipv4 router that you don't want to run custom firmware on. 2Ok for six months. Now dead. Got it in April. Died in October.It was ok when it was in use. But it wasn t whole lot better than the cheaper version in terms of the distance it covered.Some time in September, it started to jam. Resetting the router fixed it. But it would jam again later. Then that interval started to shorten and later it wouldn t even last half an hour. At this point pretty much useless.Good thing I had saved my previous one, which still works fine.I guess they put this one on sale because possibly known bug/defects? Quite disapppinting.It s still under warranty, but it requires spending my $ to ship to them from what I read. Why can t they send me a replacement first like many others do? Still have some time, so maybe I ll claim it later if the current one dies on me too. 1Great Router Even Though I Went to an Orbi Great router. I replaced it with an Orbi system, but here's what I liked:1. Great signal strength. I have a 1/4 acre lot with a long rectangular yard, and I got 2/3-75% signal at the far corner outside my fence.2. Speed on wireless and wired connections. No complaint there.3. Netgear software is excellent (on routerlogin.com).4. Signal penetration - I have a 2 story house, 11 years old; signal worked fine upstairs at farthest corner from router.5. Build & design: I expect to have 20-25 devices connected to my network at peak, mostly wireless. I had no concerns that this would overheat or shut down - lots of ventilation. I would have mounted it on a wall; it's black and the LEDs are small.I ultimately switched to an Orbi because I wanted MU-MIMO, and found an RB50K (kit) on Amazon Warehouse for $25 more than this. Otherwise I would have kept it for 2-3 years.MU-MIMO is worth getting in a new router, but it won't be commonplace for several years (the router and the connected device both have to be capable). Basically instead of your router having to move in series and handle a data request from one device, then move on to another device (happens super fast, but still in series), MU-MIMO allows your router to move more in parallel and move data from multiple devices at a time.If you don't want to pay for an Orbi kit, the R7900P does offer MU-MIMO. It's harder to find though, and costs in between the R7900 and the Orbi. 4Unreliable product - too many dropped connections This is a terrible product and a total waste of time. It drops wi-fi more than the 5 year old 2.4Ghz Router it was meant to replace. The 5Ghz is so droppy it's basically unusable, whether you have it in smart mode or as 2 separate 5Ghz channels. We tried it on every available channel in case there was interference, but they all had the same result - too many dropped wifi connections. The 2.4Ghz was more reliable, but at that point, why are we buying an expensive replacement for an old router that already does that?! I had heard bad things about the Netgear Nighthawk series reliability, but I ignored it and got one. They were right - all the negative reviews I read were right. Whether it happens out of the box, or 6 months after you get it, the radios and/or chipset in these are simply not reliable, and now I can say that from firsthand experience. We are returning this and moving to a UniFi brand access point instead. It's commercial grade, but they work in home, too, and don't cost much different than these overpriced, unreliable Nighthawks. Great reviews of the UniFi all over. Look into that if you're disappointed with these Nighthawks like we were. 1Good Router I've had this for a short time but I don't have any major complaints about it. The only thing I wasn't able to get to work is hooking up a USB 3.0 drive to the router. I've tried probably six or seven usb devices and the app won't recognize it. Decided it's not a major issue right now as I have no real need for it but it would be nice to know it's there when I need it. Also once and while my computer hooked up to the router will lose connection if it's downloading files over 4.5MB/s. Now I can't necessarily blame it on the router but it never happened to me with my old TP-Link router. Usually a reboot of the computer easily fixes the issue but is a bit a of nuisances. The reason I bought this though was the Tri-Band. My house has a lot of wireless devices and when people come over the old router couldn't handle all the requests. After I upgraded to this and split the devices between the three bands things are much better. The wireless can't quite reach out past the front of the house but that could be the placement of the router. The only thing I dislike about the router is the admin screen. I use the app now but it's frustrating that it seems all the commands I send to the router have to go through their website first rather than just the local IP. I don't know why the decided that going to their website instead of just typing 192.168.1.1 is better but I don't care for it because it's slow.All-in-all I am satisfied with my purchase. 4Not an upgrade at all especially for the price! Wow stay away from this, not sure if it was just my unit I received but I thought I was upgrading from my existing router TP-Link Archer C9 when I purchased this. The one I got would constantly drop signal and just reboot. Besides that obvious defect, all of the speeds were reduced by A LOT. Even when I was directly plugged in my 1giga connection (which realistically on the TP-Link Archer C9 would hit 885+ Mbs down and 50+ Mbs up.. However with this Netgear R7900 the best I EVER hit was 367 Mbs down and 47ish up. This part just blows my mind. I spent quite a few hours messing with the options installing the bloatware that came with it and numerous hard resets with 15 minute intervals between both modem and router and nodda. I'm confused why this has such a high rating this thing is junk. Return/refund order already placed and can't get it in the mailbox fast enough. I was hoping to get an upgrade on my router instead I spent even more money and got a subpar product. 1This is a fantastic router for the price... great performance and loaded with a ton of useful features The price was fluctuating quite a bit on Amazon, but when I saw it come up for sale at $149.99 ($50 less than Costco's price) The deal was too good to pass up. This router does everything I expect a router to do, and it does it well. One of the reasons I replaced my old router was relatively poor 5GHz coverage, and I was not disappointed with he R7900, which has great wi-fi coverage throughout my home.I elected to manually set the router up, because I know what I'm dong and wanted to make the router upgrade as seamless as possible, so hat I could preprogram it and substitute it for the old router when finished. All my devices connected to the new router without issue, as I used the same SSIDs, IP addresses, etc, including the address reservation feature to keep my fixed network addresses the same.The R7900 has some great monitoring features as well, allowing me to see which of my devices are using data, and how much. I can also monitor total data consumed per day/week/month so I can compare it with my ISP's data consumption tool.Netgear offers and makes use of a free dynamic DSN service that I plan to take advantage of with my Raspberry PI 3, setting up an email server with my own domain name, allowing me to create personalized email addresses for my whole family, for free. This will save me some money as I migrate off of Godaddy's expensive email service. I'll just keep my domain name with them.In sum, because of the great performance and price, I can highly recommend this router. 5BEWARE! Netgear only provides 90 DAYS of tech support! Heres how I fixed the "Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration" issue The first router I received was dead within 10 hours. Sent it back and received the replacement quickly. This router totally rocks! Totally worth the money. Why only 3 stars? UGH...NetGear!!! After less than 5 months I suddenly, out of nowhere, had no internet access. The network showed that I had a full signal, but also said "secured, not connected" on every band. I ran the troubleshooter on my laptop and the error message I got was "Wi-Fi doesn't have a valid IP configuration." No matter what I did, I couldn't fix it. I scoured the internet for a fix, nothing worked. I called my ISP, they said everything was great on their end, that the router may be defective. Finally called NetGear support. They advised me that my 90-day tech support warranty had already expired and offered to help me for $89. Brand new $200 router and this is the warranty they offer? Insanity!!! No way I was paying their hostage fee. Instead of helping me they emailed me a link to their knowledge database. No help what-so-ever. Second call, no help, same emailed knowledge database link. THIRD call...The support person ran a check on the router from their end and said that the router is still in perfect working order, that the settings needed to be changed. Somehow they were magically screwed up. They would gladly fix the settings for me for $89. Forget it. Yelled at her long enough that she sent me a different link to their knowledge database. Not helpful, but it did give me a teeny tiny clue. Back to the net to search for the fix. Logged onto my online NetGenie admin account. Finally found that security/parent controls had been changed so that the internet was blocked every single day, 24/7. Down side, these settings were all greyed out and I couldn't change them. Back to the net. I'll tell you how to fix it if this happens to you. In NetGenie online (not the download version) click on the Advanced tab at the top, go down to Advanced Setup, then Wireless AP. In the window, UNCHECK Enable AP Mode and click the apply button. This will allow you to go back to the Advanced tab, Security, then Schedule and UNCHECK all of the days that you don't want blocked, and click the apply button. 3-1/2 days that I'll never get back, a headache, and finally the problem was solved. This has GOT to be a NetGear scam to get your $$$ for tech support. Router settings don't just arbitrarily change on their own in the blink of an eye. 3Quality Down.. Total Garbage.. Very Disappointed I've used Netgear products for over a decade and generally found them to be quite good. NOT ANY MORE ! I bought this Nighthawk expecting good reliable service from what was suppose to be a state of the art router. Performance was good initially, but after several months it kept dropping the signal from my cable modem so that I had no internet to any of my devices. Strong signal, but no data. After a lengthy troubleshooting exercise to determine that the problem was indeed the router, I called Netgear support. The rep had me update the firmware, but the update KILLED the router and it would no longer power on. The rep did everything he could think of, but could never revive the router. At this point my 12 month warranty was past and there was nothing he could do. No refurb, no replacement. A $200 router gave me about 8 months of good service, then problems for the next six months and then it died completely during the support call.. Have to buy a new router (it definitely won't be another Netgear unit). 1Amazing speed, easy to set up So we bought this (NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3000 Dual Band Smart WiFi Router) a few weeks ago hoping for an improvement over our 3-5 year old (not sure when it was made) NETGEAR R6100 which kept dropping signal or was very weak in different parts of the house.I'm so happy with this purchase, don't even know where to start. So I'll keep it short and sweet. It works very well, super fast, and easy to set up - for normal home usage that is. Not sure if a pro gamer would agree, or how well it would do in a business environment, but here in my 4 bd, 1,750 sq ft home with bedrooms on both ends of the house - ranch split design - with computers, laptops, streaming devices, gaming boxes, printers and other things doodads and doohickeys hooked up to the internet and depending on a strong signal in each room or area of our 9,583 sq ft lot size (strong signal reaching even the far corners of the back yard) ... IT WORKS SUPER FAST AND TOTALLY AMAZING! We love the speed and the fact that we don't have to keep adjusting the location of the router or move closer to it if we want to download something, print something or just browse the Amazon (he he)! So to end this on a sweet note, YES I definitely recommend this product for anyone looking to buy a great fast router. Not the cheapest for sure, but in my opinion it's one of the best. Also can't beat the Amazon fast delivery and most of the time with Prime membership, free returns. Thanks for reading and ask if you have any questions. 5
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