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NETGEAR Orbi RBK20 Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router + Satellite Extender), 3000 sq ft Coverage, AC2200 £149.99 DOTD @ Amazon
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NETGEAR Orbi RBK20 Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router + Satellite Extender), 3000 sq ft Coverage, AC2200 £149.99 DOTD @ Amazon

£149.99£21731%Amazon Deals
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Posted 6th Jun
RBK23 3-pack also available for £219.99: link

Features & details
  • Mesh Wi-Fi network adding up to 3000 sq ft coverage for the whole home
  • Fast Wi-Fi speeds up to 2.2 Gbps with FastLane3 technology
  • Single network name for seamless connection from room-to-room
  • Setup in minutes with the Orbi app or web browser and works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant

Box Contains
One (1) Orbi Router (RBR20) One (1) Orbi Satellite (RBS20) One (1) 2m Ethernet cable Two (2) 12V/1.5A power adapters Quick start guide
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Good deal.

Netgear Orbi has just been awarded best home networking tech by T3 mag too - t3.com/new…ard
karol00706/06/2019 09:23

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You can still order at £149.99, it's just that you'll have a wait for delivery which is why they show a different seller:

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I have an old victorian tenement flat in glasgow and the wifi in the living room by the router is fine, but the bedroom is one wall away and awful. would this fix my issue better then a homeplugs wifi extender? i got one and it was woeful. thanks in advance for any advice.
iainw06/06/2019 10:59

I have an old victorian tenement flat in glasgow and the wifi in the …I have an old victorian tenement flat in glasgow and the wifi in the living room by the router is fine, but the bedroom is one wall away and awful. would this fix my issue better then a homeplugs wifi extender? i got one and it was woeful. thanks in advance for any advice.


Yes this would be huge improvement in terms of getting signal through the wall. You cant go wrong with this Orbi solution at this pricepoint
bluefish230306/06/2019 09:29

You can still order at £149.99, it's just that you'll have a wait for …You can still order at £149.99, it's just that you'll have a wait for delivery which is why they show a different seller:[Image]


How? I cant see it
RBK30 is around £80
This or the Netgear R7800 Nighthawk or the ASUS RT-AC86U? What's the difference?

Currently have a BT Homehub 5 which drops quite frequently, house is about 1400sqft. House remodel though which will give us over 3000sqft plus i want the freedom to be able to move to Virgin or Sky if needed. Which should i go for and why?

Thanks
ChunkyKong06/06/2019 13:54

This or the Netgear R7800 Nighthawk or the ASUS RT-AC86U? What's the …This or the Netgear R7800 Nighthawk or the ASUS RT-AC86U? What's the difference?Currently have a BT Homehub 5 which drops quite frequently, house is about 1400sqft. House remodel though which will give us over 3000sqft plus i want the freedom to be able to move to Virgin or Sky if needed. Which should i go for and why?Thanks


If you are remodeling and you are able to put in ethernet runs you would be beter off going with ubiquiti access points a few ap-ac lites should do you.
ChunkyKong06/06/2019 13:54

This or the Netgear R7800 Nighthawk or the ASUS RT-AC86U? What's the …This or the Netgear R7800 Nighthawk or the ASUS RT-AC86U? What's the difference?Currently have a BT Homehub 5 which drops quite frequently, house is about 1400sqft. House remodel though which will give us over 3000sqft plus i want the freedom to be able to move to Virgin or Sky if needed. Which should i go for and why?Thanks


The Asus edges the Nighthawk for me but if you wanted to go mesh then this deal is the most cost effective in my eyes as for the same money as the Asus you already have enough coverage and speed. It does depend on your use case though ie are you a gamer, a streamer or a surfer?
Edited by: "bluefish2303" 6th Jun
Jetpac06/06/2019 19:49

If you are remodeling and you are able to put in ethernet runs you would …If you are remodeling and you are able to put in ethernet runs you would be beter off going with ubiquiti access points a few ap-ac lites should do you.


We're going for plenty of smart home tech so likely to have multiple ethernet points in each room. I'll look into the Ubiquiti stuff, thanks
bluefish230306/06/2019 19:57

The Asus edges the Nighthawk for me but if you wanted to go mesh then this …The Asus edges the Nighthawk for me but if you wanted to go mesh then this deal is the most cost effective in my eyes as for the same money as the Asus you already have enough coverage and speed. It does depend on your use case though ie are you a gamer, a streamer or a surfer?


Multiple uses really i suspect, i play games a couple of hours a day, my kids stream all sorts on their tablets, my wife and i both work from home at times so connect via work VPN as well etc.
What's mesh and how is it different to whatever the others are?
ChunkyKong06/06/2019 22:02

We're going for plenty of smart home tech so likely to have multiple …We're going for plenty of smart home tech so likely to have multiple ethernet points in each room. I'll look into the Ubiquiti stuff, thanks


In that case you definitely want it.

If you have the money take a look at the ap pros. Enterprise level kit at consumer prices.

Couldnt be more impressed with mine.
ChunkyKong06/06/2019 22:03

Multiple uses really i suspect, i play games a couple of hours a day, my …Multiple uses really i suspect, i play games a couple of hours a day, my kids stream all sorts on their tablets, my wife and i both work from home at times so connect via work VPN as well etc.What's mesh and how is it different to whatever the others are?


Mesh is where the various satellites communicate with each other to create a seamless experience whilst traversing your property. They use a single SSID to facilitate this. The strength of the backhaul between the satellites is important though. Orbi has a dedicated 5GHz channel for just this purpose. Some people prefer to use Ethernet cabling to achieve this, which kind of defeats the object for me!

The other two are just wireless routers although you can add devices to the Asus to create a mesh system.
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