Netgear R7000 Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Router £129.99 @ Amazon Lightning Deal - HotUKDeals
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•AC1900 WiFi—600+1300 Mbps speeds
•1GHz Dual Core Processor
•Beamforming+ improves range and performance
•High powered amplifiers and antennas to extend your WiFi coverage
•Advanced features for lag-free gaming
•Prioritised bandwidth for streaming videos or music
•Free automatic backup software for Windows PC and Time Machine compatible for Macs
•Manage your home network with NETGEAR genie

Comparison with ASUS router: http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-reviews/32239-ac1900-first-look-netgear-r7000-a-asus-rt-ac68u

Ranking from Small Net Builder:
http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/rankers/router/result/1234-netgear-r7000-nighthawk
Rankings shown are out of 5 AC1900 products tested

# 1 for Total router (1.5)

# 1 for Routing Throughput (0.5)
#1 for Total Simultaneous Throughput [1378.31 Mbps]
#1 for Max simultaneous connections [38793 connections]
# 2 for Average Wireless Throughput (1.8)
#1 for 2.4 GHz Downlink Throughput Avg. [91.325 Mbps]
#2 for 2.4 GHz Uplink Throughput Avg. [92.1 Mbps]
#2 for 5 GHz Downlink Throughput Avg. [258.9 Mbps]
#2 for 5 GHz Uplink Throughput Avg. [245.875 Mbps]
# 2 for Maximum Wireless Throughput (2.3)
#2 for 2.4 GHz Downlink Throughput Max. [111.9 Mbps]
#3 for 2.4 GHz Uplink Throughput Max. [117.1 Mbps]
#2 for 5 GHz Downlink Throughput Max. [415.9 Mbps]
#2 for 5 GHz Uplink Throughput Max. [402.3 Mbps]
# 1 for Wireless Range (1.3)
#1 for 2.4 GHz Downlink Range [40.6 Mbps]
#2 for 2.4 GHz Uplink Range [28.1 Mbps]
#1 for 5 GHz Downlink Range [208.2 Mbps]
#1 for 5 GHz Uplink Range [146.2 Mbps]
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#1
Only for bt infinity as has no adsl router built in!
#2
Also works for Cable (Virgin Media) and as a partner to any router with an DSL modem.

You can leave your ISP router as a modem only and use this for the majority of your wireless LAN traffic.
#3
Do you think this would perform better than BT's HH5?
#4
For wireless speed, yes
For wired speed, yes
It does not have a VDSL modem built in like the HH5 does so you would need a BT Openreach box for this or use the HH5 inline
#5
Is this better than the ASUS AC66U?
#6
Better than the AC66U, runs close with the AC68U (see above)

Deal is over folks...

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