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Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Wireless Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Router from Amazon UK for £172.00 @ Amazon
Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Wireless Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Router from Amazon UK for £172.00 @ Amazon

Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Wireless Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Router from Amazon UK for £172.00 @ Amazon

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Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Wireless Quad Stream Gigabit Cable Router, 1.4 GHz Dual Core, Dynamic QoS, Twin USB 3.0 and eSATA Ports, Beamforming+, IPv6 Support

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It looks evil. oO

Good price but unless you're planning to use 2 to bridge - the 4x4 is wasted - considering the low price of older 3x3 products to connect to 2x2 or 1x1 clients. You'll need at least a 3x3 client like those based on BCM94360CD or similar to make a difference - Intel has still only released 2x2...
Edited by: "Adrian7" 4th Dec 2014

Adrian7

Good price but unless you're planning to use 2 to bridge - the 4x4 is … Good price but unless you're planning to use 2 to bridge - the 4x4 is wasted - considering the low price of older 3x3 products to connect to 2x2 or 1x1 clients. You'll need at least a 3x3 client like those based on BCM94360CD or similar to make a difference - Intel has still only released 2x2...



You sound like you know that you're talking about!
Could you spare some of your knowledge and advice me on the following please.... I'm looking for a robust wireless network (who isn't!) to run in my new home currently being fully rewired (structured). It's a 3 storey 8 bed Victorian terrace with solid internal walls. My central point will be in the basement where I plan to distribute my internet. Do I need a router like the above plus something else on each floor i.e. Three of these? Also will my devices run on AC? Or do AC routers also distribute older wifi signals? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. I am quite tech savy but usually get a bit lost when it comes to networks! Thanks!

iluvsafc

You sound like you know that you're talking about! Could you spare some … You sound like you know that you're talking about! Could you spare some of your knowledge and advice me on the following please.... I'm looking for a robust wireless network (who isn't!) to run in my new home currently being fully rewired (structured). It's a 3 storey 8 bed Victorian terrace with solid internal walls. My central point will be in the basement where I plan to distribute my internet. Do I need a router like the above plus something else on each floor i.e. Three of these? Also will my devices run on AC? Or do AC routers also distribute older wifi signals? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. I am quite tech savy but usually get a bit lost when it comes to networks! Thanks!



Look at using a Draytek router as opposed to the one supplied by your ISP and then consider Ruckus wireless equipment if you want a solid wireless environment in a property such as that. If you want anymore help or advice ping me a direct mail and I'll help you

kemik

Look at using a Draytek router as opposed to the one supplied by your ISP … Look at using a Draytek router as opposed to the one supplied by your ISP and then consider Ruckus wireless equipment if you want a solid wireless environment in a property such as that. If you want anymore help or advice ping me a direct mail and I'll help you



Thanks kemik! I'll look into that. I greatly appreciate the advice.

Looks like a piece taken from a jet. Big fan of the design. The specs are probably overkill for a regular home install though.

Rather get the Linksys WRT1900AC
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