NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Dual Band ADSL VDSL Wireless (Mu-Mimo Wi-Fi) Modem Router at Amazon for £199.99 - for BT, Sky broadband and others.
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NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Dual Band ADSL VDSL Wireless (Mu-Mimo Wi-Fi) Modem Router at Amazon for £199.99 - for BT, Sky broadband and others.

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Found 24th Feb 2016
I have the cable version R7000 and this is for the telephone wired version. This thing is blazing fast at delivering your pages - beats the router you get with your broadband package. I used to get stuttering with virgin media superhub, not anymore. Also, the wifi range on this is insane. Full bars all over the house - superhub used to give me 2 bars max at the ends of my house.

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The Netgear Nighthawk X4S AC2600 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router delivers extreme WiFi speeds up to 2.53 Gbps. Get simultaneous streaming for multiple devices with MU-MIMO, greater range with Wave 2 WiFi Quad-Stream, and optimal performance with a 1.4GHz dual core processor. Enjoy smoother streaming and gaming with Dynamic QoS prioritisation.
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Nice find - I also found this deal....have some heat.

I have the cable version which is really a big improvement from the Virgin router I got for free!!!

This one is for BT and Sky broadband I think!!!!
MrsGoofy

Nice find - I also found this deal....have some heat.I have the cable … Nice find - I also found this deal....have some heat.I have the cable version which is really a big improvement from the Virgin router I got for free!!!This one is for BT and Sky broadband I think!!!!



​Yes if this is ADSL it's worth putting that in the title
Great product but so so ugly. Why do all computer products look like they're designed by geeks instead of designers? And people wonder why apple are so successful. No way would I have something like this without having to completely hide it from view.
benjai

Great product but so so ugly. Why do all computer products look like … Great product but so so ugly. Why do all computer products look like they're designed by geeks instead of designers? And people wonder why apple are so successful. No way would I have something like this without having to completely hide it from view.


Because £200 routers are expected to be sold to geeks rather than designers?

I've got a couple of adsl routers sitting next to me that look a lot more 'mapple' - both are lower spec but a 'nice' design, no external aerials etc. Depends what's important to you.
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