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Netgear R7000-100KUS Nighthawk AC1900 router £124.99 lightning deal @ Amazon

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Cheapest I can find this - Amazon Lightning Deal. Mixed reviews on range & complex setup but seems to excel in most areas and now at a competitive price......
WAL82G22 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago4 Comments
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**** it, I heard the 2.4Ghz range sucks and it's slow to apply settings. For £120, that's disappointing to say the least.
I am looking for a router, should I just get this one? I'm sick of my Virgin Super Hub 2 dropping wifi connections at home
Not gonna Vote Hot/Cold on this one. I don't understand the case for paying this much versus cheaper D6400. Do you truly get the extra performance and feature benefit out of this that you would pay that much more? Note I'm going by the cheaper £80 price for the D6400 not the current £90 odd price. I guess this will give better range due to the included external antennas? What else?
Great router, heavily used by 14 users in the office no issues. but I got it £10 cheaper a year ago.
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £44.99 Amazon

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This is now back down to £44.99. Decent powerline plug with a socket pass-through.
unknownuser Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago24 Comments
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usetheforceluke
tarryboy
I'd like to know of this is a good deal.

.................cant be a serious question.................


​I'm a newb to this kind of technology, so I'm very much serious. Judging by the heat I've deduced it is good.
xxfoxy-ladyxx
Does anyone know if this would work if it was plugged into the wall but through a timer plug? I am trying to work out a way to limit the wifi time for my sons bedroom.
Change the password.
scotia2
What are the real world speeds?

Powerline usually gets about a 1/3 of the advertised speed in ideal conditions as throughput due to encryption etc.If its between floors etc it drops further.
Review: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/powerline-adapters/netgear-powerline-1200-review-3618686/

Edited By: DerpyDerp on Sep 20, 2016 13:59
JamesClark1991
How well do these work? I'm thinking about buying a pair for use in a school music studio that cannot access wifi due to sound-proofed walls. The distance from the router would be quite far though.
Does anyone have any experience in a similar situation?

To gaurantee they work, the plugs will have to be on the same ring main.. if you are talking about bridging between 2 buildings then it's probably not going to work.. at least not well.
bbfb123
AndiTails
bbfb123
Do these power line adapters automatically half the speed of your internet if they have two Ethernet ports? Even if you buy a 2 port adapter and only use one port?
No.
So it only halves the speed if you use two Ethernet cables?

Why would it half the internet speed at all?

All this is doing is extending your wired network in your house to areas that you cannot lay a network cable..

it doesn't halve anything automatically or otherwise.

if your internet speed happens to exceed the maximum throughput of these plugs, then you will only get the plug speed.. if it's lower than the maximum throughput of the plugs (which is highly dependent on where you plug them in and if they are on the same fuse box) then you will get your full internet speed.
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NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Wireless 11AC Gaming Router £149.99 @ Amazon (DOTD)

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From Amazon Website: Product Description NETGEAR Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (800 + 1733 Mbps) Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Smart Wireless Router, Dynamic QoS/Twin USB 3.0 and eSATA Ports/Beamforming+/IPv…
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Why do 'gamers' insist on having specialist equipment for all, often when unnecessary? I mean, my router's fine for three of us in my household as we play X online competitively.
This is a gaming router, or so It says. It's for those that don't find the standard "free" routers capable. For me in my house, the standard routers just don't cut it. They don't reach every corner of the house and don't give me the speeds I pay for.

It's not for everybody, but still worth a post if it helps somebody.
malachi
djames108
malachi
Stealth_Fox
Since this is MU-MIMO, I'd consider it worth getting. Netgear themselves have said there is little value in the sub £100 router market as what you get free from your ISP is as good. They're focusing on value added products now, and this is a pretty good device IMHO.
Netgear would say that as they make most of the ISP's routers.....and they are all junk like the Superhub.
Their best routers are the high end ones.
​isp provided routers are by far not junk, what a ridiculous thing to say. Granted they do not perform as well as a £100+ router but for 95% of households they are perfectly adequate. If you are on standard broadband then they will be more than sufficient, fibre they will do the job.
What they should really do is offer you fibre/broadband with or without a modem/router and make it slightly cheaper if you use your own as they say it's free but a few £ per month of your bill pays for the kit.

Virgin, Talktalk, Sky BB, BT BB. All their routers are junk, yes they are fine for the basic. Just like buying a unbranded supermarket TV but in general they are not good. So no, its not a ridiculous thing to say.

You get what you pay for and is shown when things start going wrong. Especially in short periods of time.


​and the millions of people who use the 'junk' for many years and have no problems at all........

so why exactly would you expect things to go wrong. They do exactly the same thing, just not as fast and lack some features. No need to be a router snob (_;)
Cold, £99 at Currys
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NETGEAR PL1200 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £39.99 @ Currys

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Extremely fast speeds-up to 1200Mbps, Perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players & game consoles Ideal for 4K HD streaming & lag-free gaming, Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired…
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iAmLegendFam
Buy these over TP-Link ones.. I've had two sets go faulty on me now, can barely be bothered to go through the warranty support again

I fix them myself, usually just a blown capacitor. Those things are made cheap.
do these work in conjunction with TP-LINK AV1200 ?
Is this a deal? on Amazon at the same price...?
Muffinss
mykaloen
wondering if this would greatly improve HD streaming on stand alone tv boxes such as the NEXBOX A95X TV Box Quad core Amlogic S905X ? anyone please.

thanks for the info pal.

Yes it will be much more reliable than wireless.


​I already have av2000 tplink which I bought on Amazon for 79.99 which I use for 4k Netflix.
mykaloen
wondering if this would greatly improve HD streaming on stand alone tv boxes such as the NEXBOX A95X TV Box Quad core Amlogic S905X ? anyone please.

thanks for the info pal.

Yes it will be much more reliable than wireless.
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Netgear R8000 Nighthawk Router - Amazon deal of the day - £159.99

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I have this router and whilst it looks like a spaceship it performs brilliantly!! Great deal today from Amazon. We have it downstairs and still get wifi in our loft room.
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This is expensive but cheapest its been. It is one of the best routers and new tech costs money. I have 37 devices in my home that connect to the internet(Phones, PCs,TVs,Consoles). My super router can handle my basic needs but Future routers will need tech like this.
dt_matthews
Pluun
Strangely enough, my free, supplied router works fine.
Why would I need to spend £159?
One person's fine, is another's inadequate, notwithstanding people do very different things on a network, so sure, for you this would be unnecessary, but lots of people simply dont want to have to make do with the standard kit isp's provide, (lack of) speed and/or reliability that some users expose by their hardware usage can be a real pita.
I suppose so.
I just use mine for the basics. oO
Pluun
Strangely enough, my free, supplied router works fine.
Why would I need to spend £159?
One person's fine, is another's inadequate, notwithstanding people do very different things on a network, so sure, for you this would be unnecessary, but lots of people simply dont want to have to make do with the standard kit isp's provide, (lack of) speed and/or reliability that some users expose by their hardware usage can be a real pita.
I have another router from the range and what it does over what I got free from Virgin is reliable connections with all my devices.

My kids are always gaming on their ipads and then we have the smart TV, security cams, thermostat, wiiu etc and I never get any drop outs or lack of wifi. Whereas previously I would always have lock outs and poor wifi.

I also love the parental controls which I find very useful for my children. The best bit is that I can also add in a schedule to switch off the wifi signal!!! So no late night online gaming from the kids but this doesn't disrupt the hard wired connections in the house.

I love it...Heat
Thought I'd resist the expensive routers for now and just coughed up £50 to upgrade my BT router from Home Hub v5 to v6 (Super Hub). All the reviews are saying its easily 40% faster with much better range and whilst there are fewer options to change and I've only been using it a couple of days, there feels like a big difference.
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6-AC3200 Tri-Band Router - £109.99 @ Currys (in-store only)

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Spotted this in Currys this morning. Website still shows £199.99 but will post a pic of price in comments. I've included link to currys website as you can still reserve and ask them to process i…
Jelavic18 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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mk3
Thanks OP went to 3 stores. Picked up 3 in total @ £109.99 one store was £199.99
Same here
Strange
Oneday77
mk3
Thanks OP went to 3 stores. Picked up 3 in total @ £109.99 one store was £199.99
3 WTF, I thought I was bad with an R8000 and R7000 in the house.
Do not know or do enough to use one of these. Have just upgraded to a BT smart hub, thats my level.
Will make a few quid though.
mk3
Thanks OP went to 3 stores. Picked up 3 in total @ £109.99 one store was £199.99
3 WTF, I thought I was bad with an R8000 and R7000 in the house.
mk3
Thanks OP went to 3 stores. Picked up 3 in total @ £109.99 one store was £199.99

Same here
Thanks OP went to 3 stores. Picked up 3 in total @ £109.99 one store was £199.99
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Netgear nighthawk200 £199.99 @ PC World

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Having a look for routers and came across this. Looks decent with good reviews. Good price considering this is on Amazon £190.
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Expiring it, looks like it was a misprice.

Thought it was too good.
when i add to basket it says £199 , did you get it or add it ?
andysideas
Something weird going on when trying to buy. Price goes up


oh yes the basket jumps to £199.00 oO


Something weird going on when trying to buy. Price goes up
click here for review


Edited By: brianzion on Sep 08, 2016 09:21
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NETGEAR D6400-100UKS AC1600 Dual Band 300 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £73.97 sold by Esale Express Amazon

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bought this router a few weeks back at a higher price 90ish and seen it drop in price,have replaced my sky router via wireshark and using a guide placed on one of the reviews,much better wifi and inte…
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does this router have bit torrent support?
cheers mate
gazdoubleu
Muir
The sold by Amazon version is £76.63 if anyone's interested. I bought it for £89 back in May, and it was good value at that price. It's been rock solid and ridiculously superior to the Sky one, both in terms of range and reliability.
​Hi Muir, did you completely replace a Sky ADSL or VDSL router. I extracted my Sky user and Pass from my old Sky router and connected an old Belkin N300 ADSL as an experiment but the connection wasn't stable

Yes, completely replaced it. The Sky thing is now in a box somewhere. The connection is far better now in every way.
Muir
The sold by Amazon version is £76.63 if anyone's interested. I bought it for £89 back in May, and it was good value at that price. It's been rock solid and ridiculously superior to the Sky one, both in terms of range and reliability.


​Hi Muir, did you completely replace a Sky ADSL or VDSL router. I extracted my Sky user and Pass from my old Sky router and connected an old Belkin N300 ADSL as an experiment but the connection wasn't stable
The sold by Amazon version is £76.63 if anyone's interested. I bought it for £89 back in May, and it was good value at that price. It's been rock solid and ridiculously superior to the Sky one, both in terms of range and reliability.
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NETGEAR D6400 Dual Band Modem Router £80.40 @ Amazon

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I was looking for a new router/modem with USB 3.0 for file sharing and saw this price drop today near to its lowest on camelcamelcamel. Great reviews for a mid-range router. -With built-in modem…
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RufusG
Just got £10 off via the Amazon chat because of USB 2.0 ports. Not bad

Wow, I got off the phone to Amazon, they were really rude and were telling me it had USB 3.0 and that I received the wrong item despite emailing them. They wouldn't discount at all. I tested the router (after the rude service) and it made no improvement over my talktalk router anyway so will be returning it. Would have kept it for a discount though. First time I have had a bad experience with Amazon they are usually really good. The guy i spoke to mumbled and I had to repeat my postcode 7 times to then be put on hold and called back an hour later to be told "yeh it is out of my hands?". Oh well.

Edited By: Smelly_Pickle on Sep 06, 2016 20:42
Just got £10 off via the Amazon chat because of USB 2.0 ports. Not bad
USB 2.0 ports like you said guys
Stos
Smelly_Pickle
Stos
Smelly_Pickle
Stos
Smelly_Pickle
Just bought from Amazon to replace my talktalk router which is having slowdown issues via a switch (i think maybe due to lack of 1000mps port in the router and it not being able to handle the extra packets..) Lots of mixed reviews on the d6400 but mostly due to the rrp being too high for what you get and lack of USB 3.0 (amazon has the specs wrong) but for this price it now looks pretty decent and will also hopefully improve my wireless range. Heat.
I purchased this @ the price of £80.40, then upon receipt realised as you said its actually USB 2.0. Called Amazon and they offered me a discount which made it worthwhile to keep. So I'd suggest you do the same if they haven't changed the description already.
Thought I would try to email them and got ths response.
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Hello Michael,
Thank you for contacting Amazon.co.uk and giving me the opportunity to help you with your query.
As per the item description I can confirm that this router has USB 3.0.
However, if in case you received something else then you are more welcome to return the incorrect item for a refund.
OR,
You can ask us to Stop and Return the order now.
We're sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Please be assured that we will do whatever we can do to prevent you from bearing any kind of loss.
Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated. "
I will call them tomorrow when I receive it like you did, especially now being assured it does have USB 3.0 :s
Can you let me know if they send you some special limited edition 3.0 version please as I'd be keen to have this!
Sure will, how much discount did they offer you? Cheers
30% off the original price = £24.12

Nicely done!
Smelly_Pickle
Stos
Smelly_Pickle
Stos
Smelly_Pickle
Just bought from Amazon to replace my talktalk router which is having slowdown issues via a switch (i think maybe due to lack of 1000mps port in the router and it not being able to handle the extra packets..) Lots of mixed reviews on the d6400 but mostly due to the rrp being too high for what you get and lack of USB 3.0 (amazon has the specs wrong) but for this price it now looks pretty decent and will also hopefully improve my wireless range. Heat.
I purchased this @ the price of £80.40, then upon receipt realised as you said its actually USB 2.0. Called Amazon and they offered me a discount which made it worthwhile to keep. So I'd suggest you do the same if they haven't changed the description already.
Thought I would try to email them and got ths response.
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Hello Michael,
Thank you for contacting Amazon.co.uk and giving me the opportunity to help you with your query.
As per the item description I can confirm that this router has USB 3.0.
However, if in case you received something else then you are more welcome to return the incorrect item for a refund.
OR,
You can ask us to Stop and Return the order now.
We're sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Please be assured that we will do whatever we can do to prevent you from bearing any kind of loss.
Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated. "
I will call them tomorrow when I receive it like you did, especially now being assured it does have USB 3.0 :s
Can you let me know if they send you some special limited edition 3.0 version please as I'd be keen to have this!
Sure will, how much discount did they offer you? Cheers

30% off the original price = £24.12
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps Switch £13.99 prime / £18.74 non prime @ Amazon

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It's the metal version and get back to the lowest point for £13.99. Prime members get free delivery and non-prime members need to spend minimum £20 or have to pay extra for the delivery. Need to ex…
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Ta very much. Just ordered one - just what I was after to get me over the £20 delivery hump, and upgrade my home network.
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Has this expired? Showing as £23.64 for the metal 8 porter, and won't accept the discount code SVQTIEQC.
Got the plastic 208 version , looks fab
Nice price :)
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Netgear Arlo Smart Home - 2 HD Security Camera Kit - LIGHTNING DEAL - £209.99 @ Amazon

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Seen these dropped down from 279 to 239 a few times but first time I've seen it at 209, effectively making the base station free :) Product description: Arlo Smart Home Indoor/Outdoor HD Securit…
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RedRain
sorry but 720 and this price noway not sure what the fps is but would want 1080p these days
720p is a far easier standard to work to follow light use and for power saving. These are wireless after all so the batteries need all the help they can get.
RedRain
sorry but 720 and this price noway not sure what the fps is but would want 1080p these days
Hear what you are saying…. but main selling point of these is that the cameras are totally wireless standalone units…. I Don’t know of anyone else doing anything like them at the moment.
Dashcams are going towards the 4k... these will follow ;)
sorry but 720 and this price noway not sure what the fps is but would want 1080p these days
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NETGEAR 1200 Mbps Powerline Adapter (Gigabit)  - Twin Pack @ Amazon £44.99

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Price reduced by quite a bit, from ~£68ish to £45. Unlike most others, this has a gigabit port, which you can only get on more expensive adapters. This also has a pass through so you're not wasting a
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bought and with a £15 voucher even better value for money. great find!
n1ghtman
What is the point of these things, they drop out every 10 minutes


​check your cables, mines are flawless
What is the point of these things, they drop out every 10 minutes
expired now £60, oos with Amazon 1-2 month wait

Edited By: deanos on Aug 28, 2016 17:43
stendek
I have this and had previously tried the tp link av500 passthrough. Primary purpose was to try steam in home streaming. Both this and the tp link gave a bandwidth of 1 to 3 MBps. Both tested various configurations on receiving end. Direct 20m ethernet cable connection gives 14 MBps playable stream.

Just an FYI


​I've been using mine for a few days now, and my house was built in the late 1700s, I'm getting 140mb/s with 200mb broadband, and my powerline network runs from the cellar, to the loft
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netgear gs205 5 port gigabit switch - £9.99 (Prime) £13.98 (Non Prime) @ amazon

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did do a quick search and couldn't find it posted here. looks a good deal for a 5 port gigabit ethernet switch
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Superb switch, got one for the same price from Amazon last week, works as it should
great network switch, a little shorter than an iphone 6 but a little wider :)
Good deal. Been buying at that price from Amazon for a few months now
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Netgear GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Switch £13.89 (Prime) / £17.88 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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I was looking for a cheap Gigabit Switch, and went to Amazon to buy the 5 port model listed on HUKD for £6, only to find it was back to £17. Found this as an alternative, 3 more ports, and £3 cheaper,…
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aLV426
You didn't look very well - the 5 port version is still available for £9.99 (+ delivery)
The 8 port version is actually £13.99 (+ delivery)


Indeed, that'll teach me not to browse HUKD (or Amazon!) on my phone under the bedclothes ;)

Edited By: niceroundpound on Aug 15, 2016 12:27
You didn't look very well - the 5 port version is still available for £9.99 (+ delivery)
The 8 port version is actually £13.99 (+ delivery)

Edited By: niceroundpound on Aug 15, 2016 12:27: .
I can't knock the price. But I highly recommend getting the metal version. The plastic ones get warm. I sent mine back and upgraded.
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NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps Switch @ Amazon (Prime) £13.99 (non prime) £17.98

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8 port gigabit switch - only £3 more than the 5 port switch posted a couple of days ago that got over 300 hot votes
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voted hot by me i don't care about the plastic vs metal s^^t. and at a £1 a port extra why not......
BigYoSpeck
dotnetter
Can anyone explain the cold votes - I've just ordered one thinking it was a good price based on the previous 5-port deal so if this isn't I'd like to know why so I can decide if I want to cancel the order.
btw - I know it's been £12.98 a few times (camelcamelcamel) but for only £3 more than the 5 port version I thought it was better value?
It will be because it's a plastic cased unit and because historically it's been £1 cheaper no doubt. Also the metal cased GS308 or the equivelent TP-Link unit has often been available for the same or lower price.
I have the metal cased TP-Link unit which I got for £13.99 months back, these are typically plug in and forget devices so being plastic or metal makes little difference but some part of me prefers the idea of metal. This is a fair price and if you are in urgent need of a switch then nothing much to not like about the pffer, but it won't light peoples interest up quite like the metal cased units at this price.
I'm not voting it cold as there's nothing wrong with the deal but better deals have and I'd wager will again be available.

Many thanks - makes perfect sense. I'll go ahead with the purchase. Thanks for taking the time to reply :)
dotnetter
Can anyone explain the cold votes - I've just ordered one thinking it was a good price based on the previous 5-port deal so if this isn't I'd like to know why so I can decide if I want to cancel the order.
btw - I know it's been £12.98 a few times (camelcamelcamel) but for only £3 more than the 5 port version I thought it was better value?

It will be because it's a plastic cased unit and because historically it's been £1 cheaper no doubt. Also the metal cased GS308 or the equivelent TP-Link unit has often been available for the same or lower price.

I have the metal cased TP-Link unit which I got for £13.99 months back, these are typically plug in and forget devices so being plastic or metal makes little difference but some part of me prefers the idea of metal. This is a fair price and if you are in urgent need of a switch then nothing much to not like about the pffer, but it won't light peoples interest up quite like the metal cased units at this price.

I'm not voting it cold as there's nothing wrong with the deal but better deals have and I'd wager will again be available.
Can anyone explain the cold votes - I've just ordered one thinking it was a good price based on the previous 5-port deal so if this isn't I'd like to know why so I can decide if I want to cancel the order.

btw - I know it's been £12.98 a few times (camelcamelcamel) but for only £3 more than the 5 port version I thought it was better value?
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NETGEAR 5 Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Amazon £9.99 Prime / £13.98 Non Prime

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5 gigabit ports for £9.99 (sadly you need to order £20 or more for free delivery), but I thought it worth posting. Find me 5 gigabit ports cheaper! Yes it's plastic, but hey I need to replace my Ci…
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Linkage - the 8 port version is still available for £13.99 from Amazon as well
jpwcom
Showing as £17.55 now, looks like this is expired
Nope - if you look over to the right it's still available for £9.99 from Amazon....
Showing as £17.55 now, looks like this is expired
Meluk9
Do u need gigabit for average home use and even basic office use?
gigabit costs little more than 100Mbps. Even if you are a light user, I'd go straight to gigabit.
JackMcg9
aLV426
JackMcg9
Is this just an extensions of the ethernet ports on the back of your router modem?
No, this is a switch, which means there is a little intelligence involved and it's not quite an extension (a closer analogy would be a hub) ...
​Thanks for replying, what are the benefits of this then?
You can use it as an extension of your routers ports if you like. That's all I'm using it for.

Edited By: ronaldmacdonald on Aug 10, 2016 21:36
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NETGEAR EX6120-100UKS - £34.99 @ Amazon

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AC1200 Wifi range extender or Wireless Access Point Product Description The AC1200 WiFi Range Extender Essentials Edition boosts WiFi range for speeds up to 1200 Mbps, ideal for HD video streaming…
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I have this. Doesn't work very well with thick old walls. Currently looking for a replacement.
there are some tp-link ones at about £39.49 last time I checked couple days ago on Amazon. I use the cheap D-Linj 500mbps ones which are about £14.99 per pair, and have no WiFi. No complaints.

There are articles that compare various adapters. Google's your friend.
Thank you..sounds very interesting idea. Any recommendations?
sam1970
Is this much better than the EX 2700 for £14.99? The signal is not great in my house (Concrete walls from 1920). Happy to go for the expensive option if it offers better signal


you can probably get a ​powetline adaptor with wifi for that money (I guess about £5 more for a pair one of them with wifi). I would go for that if the wiring in the house is good enough for 500mbps
Is this much better than the EX 2700 for £14.99? The signal is not great in my house (Concrete walls from 1920). Happy to go for the expensive option if it offers better signal
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6-AC3200 Tri-Band Wireless Gigabit Cable Router (Three Offload Processors/Dynamic QoS) £159.99 @ Amazon

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AC3200 Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router - 802.11ac Tri-Band Gigabit The Nighthawk X6 AC3200 router with tri-band Wi-Fi technology was built to connect to each and every device in your home - auto…
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If you're looking for a modem-router I can offer a factory-sealed TP-LINK Archer VR900 AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit VDSL2/ADSL2+ Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (Compatible with 4K Streaming/YouView IPTV/BT Infinity/TalkTalk/EE/Plusnet Fibre/LTE)

for £88 delivered versus £108 on Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-LINK-Archer-VR900-Connections-Compatible/dp/B01132GCP0
waiting for the wrt1900acs to come down in price, missed it when it was on offer on prime day :-(

Edited By: turbo_c on Aug 05, 2016 20:54: .
if you want wireless then wired isn't really going to be much help but I'm sure you know that already :D
kingp1n
definatley got my attention but a bit out of my price anything similar but cheaper?
For a home router you don't need "3200". Just go with a 1750-1900. 3200 router just have two 5ghz bands. Useless for home networks in my opinion.
k1ngchr15
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the thin piece of cat5e will win for speed, but if its thin its probably flat, and if its flat, its probably not twisted, and if its not twisted, you might experience slow performance due to interference, especially in long runs.
I can't tell if that was meant to be funny.
Because "Wire will win, but if... and if and if and if.... then it's crap" was hilarious.
Or perhaps my mind hasn't survived to the weekend.......
I wish I could justify stupidly expensive equipment like this. (_;)
Heat because I want to need it.
was a serious observation, but i also like to entertain, lol
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NETGEAR GS305 5-Port Gigabit Metal Ethernet Switch £12.99 (Prime) / £16.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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On deal within £1.03 of its lowest amazon price. Excellently reviewed 5 port metal ethernet switch. 8 port is £19.96
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Expired, now back to £15.60
In the last 6 months alone the 8 port metal switch has been £13.99 three times and also the TP Link TL-SG108 has also been below £14 twice. Either one of those units is typically on offer at least once in a month, I'd wager good odds one will be this month at some point.

They aren't available for that price now granted but they are on offer so frequently for just £1 more than this that I'd suggest waiting unless you have no use for more than 5 ports.
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Netgear Nighthawk X4S R7800 AC2600 Router (with MU-MIMO) £149.99 @ Amazon

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This usually retails for £200+ so is a bargain for what it is. Also, due to the Qualcomm chipset it performs far better at MU-MIMO than the more expensive R8500. Blurb: Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Sma…
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hmm... many of the five star reviews appear to be vine reviewers that got it for free.

I found on Amazon they bundled the reviews for all the different models together so it was difficult to see which reviews were for which model


Good point. would love to get this if I knew it worked well with dd wrt.
turbo_c
hmm... many of the five star reviews appear to be vine reviewers that got it for free.

I found on Amazon they bundled the reviews for all the different models together so it was difficult to see which reviews were for which model
hmm... many of the five star reviews appear to be vine reviewers that got it for free.
I've been watching the wrt1900acs for ddwrt, would this be better?

Very mixed reviews on Amazon.

Edited By: turbo_c on Jul 31, 2016 16:28: Reviews
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NETGEAR RN31200-100EUS 8 TB ReadyNAS @ Amazon for £355.19

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I dont know anything about this NAS but for an 8TB it looks like a great price - maybe a mistake? The diskless version alone is only £17 cheaper...
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My order cancelled
Ordered two, just waiting for the cancel :)
ordered anyway lets see
wakkaday
Look around ok let's say it's £100 each . The nas unit isn't really worth 155£


​Not for WD REDS...
Look around ok let's say it's £100 each . The nas unit isn't really worth 155£
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NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk AC2600 Dual Band 11 AC (MU-MIMO Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, You View, Talk Talk, EE, Plusnet Fibre), Amazon UK for £179.99

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Deal of the day. VDSL/ADSL Modem router. For BT infinity and other fiberoptic broadband FTTC. Price drop is for today only. The price yesterday was £244.99.
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This is awesome if it's anything like the R7000 - heat added!
Thanks been looking at getting one of these. Ordered!
Domislice
Bighare
Usual question…. Why so cold? I wish those voting cold could take a second or two to say why. The deal seems a good one… is it the router itself?
It's probably because this is a somewhat specialist high end product that 99% of HUKD users are too dumb or insular to appreciate so they vote cold. It's a common occurrence.

Yes indeed. Not sure why people don't understand this.
Domislice
Bighare
Usual question…. Why so cold? I wish those voting cold could take a second or two to say why. The deal seems a good one… is it the router itself?
It's probably because this is a somewhat specialist high end product that 99% of HUKD users are too dumb or insular to appreciate so they vote cold. It's a common occurrence.

Had the same issue when I posted a deal for the ASUS RT-AC88U. Was one hell of a deal but cheapskates looking for 59p off a bag of chips kept rocking up saying it was too expensive - their loss. Having had so many issues with BT Home Hubs and a Netgear router (in terms of range, ping and reliability) I wish I bought that one on offer myself.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/save-60-asus-rt-ac88u-wireless-broadband-router-239-99-delivered-amazon-lightning-2408767

Edited By: hotsa on Jul 22, 2016 09:38
I had one of these expensive netgear routers (different model). The upnp was a bit unreliable. I bought a cheaper asus n66 and it's been solid with 2 xbox and a ps4. Could vary between models of course. I also found the interface to be unresponsive. The asus is way slicker and smoother. I just prefer it all round. Can't comment on wireless really, my requirements for wireless are quite basic.
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NETGEAR EX2700-100UKS Mini 300 Mbps WiFi Range Extender £13.99 Amazon Prime

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Extend Network - Extend Internet access throughout your home for wireless devices like iPads, iPods, laptops, smart phones, game consoles and TVs Enhance Existing Equipment - Keep your current equipm…
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They also have Bt extender on prime day, a bit better than this one
Best price I can see. What an odd voting system today. If you hid amazon from the title you would have got the heat it deserves!
Bought this exact model for £14.99 last month. Sorted out all my issues with watching PLEX and having generally poor signal in my bedrooms. Watching HD material streamed from my server used to stutter every few minutes, but no longer thanks to this. Works perfect, and very easy to set up.
Bought one of these a couple of months back. Ended up sending it back as it actually made the wireless setup far more complicated and did not improve anything.
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Netgear D6300 router - Amazon for £74.99

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A router that's gone down quite a lot in price. Are they any good?
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Will this work with virgin and does it have USB for network storage
true, but I'd much rather have the Netherlands than home hub/sky/virgin/a n other default modem. performance alone along with the reliable WiFi signal it gives. no doubt the 6300 would be good, I just see the extra for 6400 as a better value option
That's not just a router, it is a ADSL2+ Modem Router. And price is not great for what it is either.
i paid 65 for the D6400 in store currys (sheer luck) and as with #1 i'd spend the extra for it:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/NETGEAR-D6400-100UKS-Wireless-Connections-Infinity/dp/B00UCTXRRC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1467388029&sr=8-1&keywords=d6400+netgear

Edited By: corrazy on Jul 01, 2016 16:47
I've got the D6400 and it is superb. I'd pay the extra £15 for the D6400's ADSL/VDSL if you have or might get fibre broadband.
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NETGEAR EX3700-100UKS AC750 Mbps, W-iFi Booster £29.99 @ Amazon

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DEAL OF THE DAY Boost your Wifi around your home/office with a good booster not those cheap ones you see around that do not work. These work great but were not on the cheap side, at this price you…
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check this out: http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/edimax-ew-7438rpn-n300-universal-wireless-network-range-extender-n70nt

its not as good as the NETGEAR EX3700 but it is a bargain for the price - still available at some stores - Worcester, Huddersfield, St. Helens, Harrogate, Bristol (Gloucester Road), Teesside
thanks for the advice on TP LINK
The problem is folk try to push a weak signal through these units and then wonder why it's crap, you have to put it in a good signal point then it will boost it again

Used right they work a treat
It's a wifi extender. it's not a television or 6 months supply of Doritos.

If you want to extend your existing wifi's range then buy one.

If instead you want to do a completely different task then why are you even looking at this post?

Edited By: quidstretchy on Jun 22, 2016 17:13
I bought mine for £18 early this year via pc world ebay store. I sold 2 days ago for £29.99 on ebay. It is NOT GREAT in my opinion. I later bought THIS (CLCICK ME) from amazon warehouse for £6.88. What a difference, my internet speed nearly doubled
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NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) - Twin Pack £38.00 @ Amazon

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Previous lowest price of £44.99. Dropped another £5. Now just £39.99... - Extremely fast speeds-up to 1200 Mbps - for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles - Designed for 4K HD…
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Thanks. I ideally want to put one by the router, and then the other 3 at 3 different locations around the house, but if they only work in matched pairs then that won't work. If the 3 "slaves" can pair to the 1 "master", then that would work a treat, otherwise its a no go...!
You can use them as you describe you want. They all sit on the same network and share the bandwidth.
thanks - the walls in my house appear to be lead lined and wifi signal does not travel well.... as well as the Mrs not appreciating CAT 5 cabling running round the house, this might be the best solution.
GwanGy
I am not doubting your veracity but these powerlines ALL over-exaggerate the achievable speeds. You may be getting a 1gb burst, but what are you copying from/to ? what size is your copy? what sort of files?reviewed here

It's a shame the reviewer doesn't know the difference between writing Mb and MB. 326MB/s (2608Mb/s) is impossible with a power line kit only rated to achieve 1200Mb/s of theoretical speed.

Edit: I commented on the article and they updated it.

Edited By: meglaman2000 on Jun 22, 2016 13:23: change
Cocksy
Thanks. I ideally want to put one by the router, and then the other 3 at 3 different locations around the house, but if they only work in matched pairs then that won't work. If the 3 "slaves" can pair to the 1 "master", then that would work a treat, otherwise its a no go...!

You can use them as you describe you want. They all sit on the same network and share the bandwidth.
Thanks. I ideally want to put one by the router, and then the other 3 at 3 different locations around the house, but if they only work in matched pairs then that won't work. If the 3 "slaves" can pair to the 1 "master", then that would work a treat, otherwise its a no go...!
Cocksy
Can you plug 4 of these (2 sets of 2) into the same mains ring and use them all at simultaneously? Or are they a "matched pair" as it were?

You need one connected to your router - that sends the signal over the house wiring circuit - which is then picked up at any other socket (through a second - paired adapter) to connect an item by cable.

If you want 4 near the router a switch would be much cheaper. Similarly - use a switch at the receiving end via the adapter.

Edited By: Dave_dave69 on Jun 21, 2016 19:23
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Netgear Nighthawk D7800-100 AC2600 VDSL modem/router £199.99 Amazon

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Price drop on this modem/router combo.
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can you attach external hd and use as a kind of nas?
JellybearXo
I don't understand why people use these when we all get a Router from Internet providers ?

I don't understand why people make comments like this.

It's the same reason we have higher tiered/priced products in every category.

Some features a high end router provides over the bog standard ISP one:

Dual/Tri band
Wireless AC
Port forwarding
QoS
Additional coverage
Guest network
Gigabit ports

and those are the only ones I use/come to mind/know of.
What router do you have? I am looking to replace my HH5.
My HH disconnected my BT Infinity connection nearly every other day. I switched to an Asus and it is rock solid going months and months without disconnecting. I can also plug a USB drive into it and use it as a network drive which is nice. Upgrading your router can be just about adding features but it can also improve reliability and range too.
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mbuckhurst
drasim
JellybearXo
I don't understand why people use these when we all get a Router from Internet providers ?
Because the ones Virgin send out are only good for landfill.
Seriously though, for me it's to get faster file transfers across my wireless network and to improve security.
Maybe mine is special, but I've found my Virgin Superhub 2 gives me better range than the two high end routers I was using when I only had a cable modem, turning the router to a modem only and using mine actually reduced performance.
The big downside is the limited port forwarding, DHCP reservations and all that sort of thing, which can be a pain.
mike

My Superhub 2 is in modem mode. I'm sure it's suitable for some, but I would end up rebooting mine once every couple of days or so in router mode. 5ghz file transfer on the Superhub 2 I would say is on the low end.


To be honest it sounds like your Superhub 2 might be faulty, I'm glad yours works well in modem mode. I've had no problems in either on mine and I prefer to use an external router not only because of the extended wifi range, but the range of features extra features no ISP modem will ever offer like VPN in & out, FTP, printer, auto downloading and file sharing via USB3, to name a few. Plus mine acts a local WINS server, so my non Windows clients can connect to my Windows ones via their computer name rather than IP address. All from one low powered device.

@drasim If you think Virgin routers are crap you want to see some of the xDSL provider ones. A Talk Talk one my Aunt was given was absolutely atrocious. If you need to change it for any reason they want to charge you or lock you into another contract. Personally I've had very little problems with Virgin. My router died last year and I rang them 00:30 early hours of Sunday morning and once they determined it was faulty an engineer was sent out Monday to replace it. As with all their equipment, they own it, and are therefore responsible for it. How many other companies do that?

@JellybearXo Why is it that people think that everyone lives in a bubble, and because they don't have a need for something, no one should?! If the Internet has shown us nothing else, there's a big world out there, with a tremendous range of diversity. People don't all live or do things the same way. Thank goodness.
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NETGEAR R8000-100UKS Nighthawk X6-AC3200 Tri-Band £159.99 Amazon

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Can I ask, what's the reason for their high prices? compared to say the bog standard Virgin Media hub. Also, given the power of these things in terms of transmission, is it true that all this can have adverse effects on kids/babies nervous system or brain or something, I remember seeing a article somewhere, I'll have to check it out.
Yep, housewives and girlfriends will love this!
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps Switch £13.99 (Prime) / £18.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Product Description The Netgear 8 port Gigabit Switch is an ideal switch for your home network. Good for Business too around £10 off, great switches Cheaper than last time http://www.hotuk…
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Why is this called a switch and not a hub?
Switches intelligently send out messages from one computer to another. Hubs were used a long time ago, and simply relayed a message from one computer to every computer, and they had to disregard it if it wasn't for them.
Thanks for the info but I do understand what the difference is.
I can't however see anything in the description to tell me that it is actually a switch and not a hub.

https://askleo.com/whats_the_difference_between_a_hub_a_switch_and_a_router/

It does say this is a switch look -- "NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps Switch"
SchubertsGhost
Fistral
Why is this called a switch and not a hub?
Switches intelligently send out messages from one computer to another. Hubs were used a long time ago, and simply relayed a message from one computer to every computer, and they had to disregard it if it wasn't for them.
Thanks for the info but I do understand what the difference is.
I can't however see anything in the description to tell me that it is actually a switch and not a hub.
Fistral
Why is this called a switch and not a hub?

Switches intelligently send out messages from one computer to another. Hubs were used a long time ago, and simply relayed a message from one computer to every computer, and they had to disregard it if it wasn't for them.
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Why is this called a switch and not a hub?
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NETGEAR RN202-100NES ReadyNAS 202 2 Bay Personal Cloud Network Attached Storage (Diskless), iTunes Server, Plex Server (Enjoy 3 Months of Free Plex Pass), DLNA Media Streaming and RAID - £129.99 @ Amazon

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£129.99 from £229.99 Dual Gigabit Ethernet for fast data transfer and streaming ReadyCLOUD portal-based user interface and app make building a private cloud easy and secure Fully customisable, wi…
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Better off with the HP micro server it can run any NAS software you like including synology (xpenology) and it's cheaper.


​There are pros & cons to everything. Microserver will eat typically 4 times the power than this nas
This is a a trumpism
"Advanced BTRFS file system delivers 5 levels of complete data protection" . Balderdash
Better off with the HP micro server it can run any NAS software you like including synology (xpenology) and it's cheaper.
Anandtech seemed to like it when they reviewed it last September:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/9640/netgear-readynas-rn202-2bay-nas-review

TechPowerUp give it a highly recommended:
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Netgear/ReadyNAS_202/19.html
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donny2004
how bad is it compare with synology



Slower with less user friendly software. I'd put the extra into a Synology personally
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NETGEAR FS605UK 5 Port Fast Ethernet Switch @ Amazon £4.99 with Prime *Add on item*

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Cheap for a no fuss branded 5 port switch. Okay so it's not gigabit but probably okay for using with Powerline behind tv/sky/media centre etc rather than relying on a poor wifi signal
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This deal has gone hot on an old 10/100 switch, crazy most folk broadband connection is faster than this switch, moving data or streaming is going to be slooow

Moving data maybe depends on the source/destination Speed, streaming not likely unless you are streaming raw HD/4K footage even most streaming services 4K streams are under 30Mbit/s, Even Blu-ray is around 50Mbit/s (Or so Wikipedia claims) so unless you are putting it on the end of a busy media server serving multiple concurrent streams it's unlikely to be the bottleneck for streaming.


So yeh don't get it for your Nas, but if it's just for your TV STB/Xbox.etc it will probably be fine.
This deal has gone hot on an old 10/100 switch, crazy most folk broadband connection is faster than this switch, moving data or streaming is going to be slooow
Pay the extra few quid and get a gig switch. This is a waste of money and is legacy. Who in their right mind buys 10/100 switches nowadays
This won't bottleneck anything but the fastest fttp internet connections or pc to pc file transfers - it won't hurt 99% of internet connections and is fine for streaming video etc. Gigabit may be faster but most people will never notice the difference if this is behind your TV or something.

That said this is still pretty pointless- who doesn't have an old router with 4 fast Ethernet ports on it that you could use instead for free? Just turn off DHCP and you're sorted- and if it's a wireless router you get a free boost to your WiFi signal too.
Meh. Might as well try your luck at a car boot sale and blow the dust off something for £1 instead?

Can't say I'd pay a fiver for 100mbit with gigabit switches from around £9, even if it was throttled by a homeplug - where you plonk something when you buy it isn't necessarily where it ends up a year or two later!
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NETGEAR RN10400-100EUS ReadyNAS 104 4 Bay Personal Cloud Network Attached Storage (Diskless) [AMAZON] £115.97

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Seems like a good deal for a decent entry level "like new" NAS.
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Use it for mass storage rather than anything too intensive and it performs fine. However, can vouch for the slow performance - even with 7200rpm drives it's not that great...
Avoid, they do not perform well. They cost more but go for a QNAP.

As a 4 bay NAS that's capable of Plex, this is the cheapest you're going to get. But yes, I can vouch for you on this. I had a ReadyNAS and even with Gigabit equipment the read/write was stupidly slow. I ended up selling it and decided to take the punch on a Synology DS215j. On the same equipment the read/write was miles faster. The software is miles better too.

Sure it's not Plex capable but I use Kodi for that.
I have one of these and it works like a dream. Really easy setup.
Qnap or synology
Avoid, they do not perform well. They cost more but go for a QNAP.
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NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1600 (D6400) Dual Band 300 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections £89.99 @ Amazon

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Enjoy fast Wi-Fi speeds for better performance. This AC1600 DSL modem router provides a fast VDSL modem for fibre broadband and also works with ADSL connections. Compatible with AC Wi-Fi devices an…
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I've just ordered the SSE fibre deal. Would this literally just be plug and play?
003hungryboys
Does anyone know if I can use this with BT tv or whether I need to stick to a home hub? Many thanks


Yes it will work with bt tv.
Does anyone know if I can use this with BT tv or whether I need to stick to a home hub? Many thanks
Yes this will be much better than the HH5. Recently replaced mine with the Nighthawk X6 and it is fast, but more importantly, hasn't crashed or lost the connection once in over 3 months.
This having the built in modem just makes it easier for you, plug into the wall and phone line, and away you go.
Hi forgive my lack of tech know how... but is this a straight swap get rid of the HH5 and plug+play this nothing further needed. Any instructions would be appreciated

Yes, it is a straight swap. All you'll need to do is enter your BT credentials when setting it up. This is

user: [email protected]
password: BT

for all standard domestic ADSL broadband users.
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NETGEAR Arlo Q 1080P Home Security Camera @ Currys - £139.99

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Been on the lookout for these camera's since purchasing the battery powered Arlo Q set earlier this year. Usual price is £169.99, never seen it this low before. Not sure if the lower price is related
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This isn't a stand alone camera. It needs the rest of the Arlo system to work.

This is stand alone or can work with the system - just checked...
This isn't a stand alone camera. It needs the rest of the Arlo system to work.
that is one expensive ip cam
How is this better than cameras which are regularly advertised (like Groupon) for £30 to £40?
Obviously a good price for this particular item, but does seem a little expensive for what it is (tech wise). But I guess you're invested in this set-up now and there's always a premium to pay with closed systems like this. Do you know if the Arlo is ONIF compliant? Just wondering if it would work with a different brand of camera.

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wow!!! super hot! this is my router...paid double and was happy at that price
Damn! I would have been on this :(
The Nighthawk is quite good too
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