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NETGEAR EX7500-100UKS Nighthawk Mesh X4S Wall-Plug Tri-Band WiFi Range Extender £68.38 @ Amazon
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This extender has dropped from £110 to £68.38. - AC2200 WI-FI speeds: Combined speeds up to 2.2 Gbps - FastLane3 technology: Creates a dedicated Wi-Fi link to router to avoid cut… Read more
Wibblefish

Back to full price.

Edward_Martin

The Nighthawk Netgear router is really an awesome and powerful WiFi extender through which you can extend your WiFi signal and to a long distance. To Setup Netgear Router Extender you can visit the site. The price of the extender is around £68.38 which is available in Amazon.

iAmLegendFam

Are these any good, hard to say with the reviews mixed across the product lines.

vassy4u

Well spotted buddy (strong)

Netgear EX7300 Nighthawk (mesh enabled) extender £59.99 Amazon
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Also available at ebuyer. https://www.ebuyer.com/752103-netgear-nighthawk-ex7300-wi-fi-range-extender-ex7300-100uks? I have the earlier model and it is great now they upgraded i… Read more
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ebaysniper

I can confirm that with the latest firmware update (1.0.2.140), this can work in a "mesh" mode with your current WiFi router, keeping the same SSID on both dual bands. However, as usual with range extenders, the network speed is around 50% slower than being connected to your primary router. The positives are obviously the price and that there is no need to switch between SSIDs.

arch68

Bought one of these in June on a warehouse deal, it's been great when it's worked but having to restart it more and more often as it drops the 2.4ghz network I think most warehouse returns are because of intermittent faults. Just organised a refund and ordered a brand new one hoping it'll be more reliable.

matengawhat

i've never had any luck with extenders, still find they drop in and out. maybe cause always bought the cheap ones

orciM

Thanks OP, just picked up an “as new” one from Amazon warehouse, which with the 20% discount brought it down to £47.03 ! (y)

NETGEAR ARLO WIRE-FREE SECURITY SYSTEM WITH 4 HD CAMERAS (VMS3430) £339.99 Box.co.uk
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TypeCCTVTypeSmart CameraWorks WithNative AppUseOutdoorUseIndoorPowerBatteryColourWhiteResolution720p HDViewing Angle110°FeatureDigital ZoomFeatureWeatherproofFeatureMotion Detectio… Read more
replicant69

Ohhhhh, now we're talking! You should create a post for this! Thanks for sharing! (highfive)

hei8ht

Batteries are too expensive!! Wouldn’t have bought this if I had known. Better go for pro or some other device that offers standard batteries or rechargeable batteries. 4 cr123 batteries cost £12

Cpt_Blackadder

Arlo Pro 2 - 3 Camera Security System with inbuilt Alarm siren, Rechargeable, Wire-Free, 1080p HD, 2 way Audio, Indoor/Outdoor and Night Vision - Works with Amazon Alexa -VMS4330P https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0777TMW1Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_lX99BbAERJWZE 27% off today

replicant69

Good price - if ONLY it was the Arlo Pro 2....... they never seem to come up on offer through sadly :( Have some heat for this post though, looks a good deal.

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NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps)  @ Amazon Deal Of The Day £299.99
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NETGEAR RBK53 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (up to 6000 sq ft coverage), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - Circle Parental Controls and Alexa enabled Orbi Whole Home AC3000 Tri-band… Read more
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FlyGuyUK

This is available again..... Can anybody tell me before I commit if this is going to work with my setup? I've got a sky Q 2TB main box, 2 sky Q mini boxes (connecting via Wi-Fi), 2 sky provided boosters, a sky Q router and sky 30Mb fibre broadband. At the moment the sky Q WiFi mesh system provided by all the boxes is absolutely hopeless, constantly freezing using Wi-Fi devices and sky mini boxes TV also freezing on a regular basis. I've got lots and lots of Wi-Fi gadgets hammering the system, (Samsung smartthings, Netgear Arlo cameras, Ring doorbell and 5 chimes, 3 smart Tv's, Android box, 4 Google home speakers etc etc). I desperately need a stable Wi-Fi solution, but wanted to check this Orbi system will work somehow with The Sky Q setup? Any advice really appreciated. (Also posted in the other newer thread for Orbi)

Amar_Nam

Was hoping the same. But unfortunately doesn't seem to be the case today.

amazoncrazy

possibly @FlyGuyUK stay tuned (highfive)

FlyGuyUK

I missed it. Do you think it might come back down in price for Cyber Monday?

Chufty

These are pretty good although not without problems. I found the LAN performance of the satellites really quite poor, throughput is okay but latency is terrible. However the WiFi performance is excellent, and will blanket a large home in top quality wireless networking without the need for an ethernet backhaul or powerline.

NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite Network), Tri-Band AC3000 (3.0 Gbps) - £199.99 Half Price
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Been waiting for this for ages and amazon have finally done it again. Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi network adding up to 4000 sq ft coverage for the whole home Tri-Band technology - un… Read more
royals

Everyone that has broadband will already have a router anyway

Alansmithee

I cannot find any reviews that do that? Can you link to one. Kitgear tests all of them and thought the Orbi was better - the feeling was the BT gear was the near best in terms of range but the Orbi left it in the dirt in regards to speed. The BT gear being UK only doesn't feature in many test sites but sites I trust like The wirecutter and so did Small Network Builder. Also the BT whole wifi isn't a router as well is it?

royals

Strange, a lot of reviews have the bt mesh system as the best and Netgear as not great and overpriced. After years with Netgear kit I never believe anything Netgear state about their products

slacker

Cheers, I’ve gone for two. Two stories but a decent size with extension which goes beyond what was originally the exterior wall. Will be close I think. Did consider ordering a single on its own as backup (and return if not needed) but haven’t so far

oldskoo1

Not sure if this helps (maybe you already ordered) I went 3 after some research. My house is 3 floors and the rooms are divided by brick/block. I need 1 unit for each floor. 3 would also be needed for very large, traditional 2 floor houses, especially with brick dividing walls and also for long thin old Victorian style houses. Conventional 2 floor more modern properties, even large ones, 2 would be fine, unless you cannot position them centrally.

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Netgear D7000 Modem Router £89.99 @ Currys
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I see an Amazon deal on here, so same price as that - but for those not willing to wait for delivery (or just don’t want to shop with Amazon), same price in store and online at Cur… Read more
JoeSpur

Tomato?

mickael28

I've always wondered about these expensive routers... as in, what are the main technical features that make them different? I'd like to compare a few models but no idea what features are a must. I was mainly trying to use something for in-home steam streaming, which at the moment lags with my basic router...

ChrisAston-Roebuck

If you’re on virgin you want R7000. Good strong router.

KingTut68

This is over 5 years router, the newer version of it is D7000P, even better is the bigger brother the D7800

spectra7045

I am sure I have read there are problems if you want to set it up with VPN but it may only be with certain ones. Having done quite a bit of research as I am buying a router tomorrow and will be going for ASUS. Some good deals on Amazon which I hope will get better tomorrow but will not be surprised if their black friday special price is the same as it was 2 or 3 weeks ago

NETGEAR R9000 Nighthawk X10 Tri-Band AD7200 (7.2 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Alexa enabled at Amazon for £284.99
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30% off at Amazon... supposedly fastest router around Product Description NETGEAR R9000 Nighthawk X10 Tri-Band AD7200 ( 7.2 Gbps ) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Alexa e… Read more
Kevvo77

Alexa is a feature you can enable or just live with out , along with many of the other options on the this router.

Robert_Paulson

Alexa is not something I ever intend to use, but it's there as an optional feature for those that might want it, not as the main reason to buy the router. Another feature I didn't intend to use is the Plex Media Server, but it's one that I may actually try out.

Alansmithee

It is actually more useful for quickly turning on and off guest networks.

captainjack

Came here just to ask that same question myself. Yes I get everything needs to be (for some unknown reason) to be super automated and AI enabled but think it's all being wasted on stupid stuff like this. Why do I ever want to tell Alexa to switch off the router?!?

emranc1

Thanks for the help... and no I do not live in rented accommodation, I am re doing my property so want the best possible hardware for both wired and wireless connections. Thanks for those of you with helpful comments

NETGEAR R7800 Nighthawk X4S Dual-Band AC2600 Smart Wi-Fi Router £119.99 Amazon
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AC2600 Wi-Fi, 800+1733 Mbps speeds and multi-user MIMO technology throughout (no built in modem) Four stream (4 x 4) Wi-Fi architecture for smoother 4 K video streaming and lag-fr… Read more
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kevinc6784

I'm just using the virgin superhub at the moment because of the ping spikes. This router is just sat next to it turned off. I must get round to down grading the firmware as the router was flawless until a couple of months ago.

dave859

I've got bt fttp 330/50, would this router have a better WiFi signal and speed than the bt hub 6?

S23

The latest firmware for this router caused me ping spikes every 5 minutes and is a known issue on their forums. Downgrade and you'll notice much better performance. (DISCLAIMER: I have not checked if the issue has been resolved in the last two months.) I have been using this router for a year and it is somewhat better than my Virgin Superhub 3. Personally, I would consider any genuinely better reviewed router for better performance.

richiecunningham

I bought one of these from the warehouse the other day. It's going back, as despite the throughput being better than my old TP Link Archer, when streaming from my PS4 (ethernet connected) to my macbook (wifi) the lag and frame dropping is horrible and basically unusable. I also noticed the same with playing video over remote desktop from pc to mac. Sticking with the tp link which manages the task with no trouble.

volksdub

I need to research this DWRT software it seems as I keep seeing it being mentioned. Noticed I can put it on mine.

NETGEAR R8000P Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band AC4000 (4.0 Gbps) Smart Wi-Fi Router - Alexa enabled - £159.99 @ Amazon
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Perfect solution for your Home Wifi needs MU-MIMO: Simultaneous streaming of data for multiple devices; gigabit internet ready, built to support gigabit WAN to LAN speeds Powerf… Read more
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marc2629

Yes that's it

nomeames

Is it DM200 modem you are talking about? or a different model?

kalico

We bought the AC3200 for our small office. I don't think I'd buy it again. First, it seems to drop connection occasionally. Second, it doesn't offer much by way of configuration. It does offer Guess networks, but no option to make them drop after a set time period (which is useful if you want to have open wifi on a guest network). It is strangely aerodynamic though. Useful in a router! Not sure what might be better for the money though.

BDMC5

Great deal , highly recommended piece of kit.

marc2629

I have this router and bought for same price last month. Not worth the full ticket price but very happy with it at the price I paid. Paired with the Netgear VDSL modem my broadband is noticably more stable and faster

NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE AMAZON £44.99
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Lowest it's been. Reliable POE swich
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thecoolguy

lovely just what i'm after.

RedmanDealer

Just got the alert from camelcamelcamel. Paid £56 for mine a couple of months ago, only just took it out the packet last week! :( Great price if you are looking for PoE.

BritishDragon

BritishDragon

Its not a router, it provides more ethernet ports if you require them. It is PoE on 4 of the 8 so is more suitable for situations like IP camera installations whereby the power is supplied through the same ethernet cable to the camera so a much tidier install. If you simply wanted more Ethernet ports than your router has available, you'd opt for a switch without PoE as they're significantly cheaper than with the PoE functionality.

SackCity

power over ethernet, i used mine for cctv.

Netgear Orbi RBK40 Used Like New Amazon Warehouse - £129.44
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Select Used Like New from Amazon Warehouse. Highly recommend this set of devices. £129 is a bargain for a highly rated mesh system like this.
dymasm

Their previous angle was that if you have wired as an option then you're probably better off just using access points connected to the wired network. Excited for this to arrive now, I have been living with patchy WiFi and powerline plugs for too long.

UKBFG

Though I seem to remember reading somewhere that Netgear actually recommend not using the wired backhaul option. I did a test and with my RBK50 the wireless back haul actually beat wired for speed.

dymasm

That's great, they've added it via firmware. Thanks for the link.

g8ryj

https://kb.netgear.com/000051205/What-is-Ethernet-backhaul-and-how-do-I-set-it-up-on-my-Orbi-WiFi-System

cobain79

Was enabled a few firmware releases ago.

NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £89.99 @ Amazon
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Beats Argos & Currys by a tenner Extreme combined Wi-Fi speed: 2-in-1 DSL modem + AC1900 Wi-Fi router Dual core processor boosts performance: Suitable for very large … Read more
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FunsizeR

Would I be able to replace my sky q **** with this one?

ianmcuk

Not expired, still available

FellowPazzini

Got one of these and it's OK I suppose. Can someone help, I can't get Nord VPN working (ISP is Vodafone on Win 10). Has anyone managed to get it working using this router?

Greyze

Hot because it's a good deal. But note the Nighthawks suck in almost every way compared to an Asus router.

st8mike

Well you must have got a "Friday Afternoon " one then. Had mine for 18months with no issues and it runs perfectly.

Netgear R7000P Nighthawk Router - £99.99 @ Amazon
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Hi All, Recently moved to Virgin Fibre Broadband and have been looking for a router to place between the Super Hub 3 (in modem mode) and my network. This one seems to get good rev… Read more
MrBoombastic

So if I plug this to my Sky Q router, will this improve the wireless range in my house without compromising on speed like wireless extenders do?

Bob_Jerunkle

It doesn't support NordVPN with the native Netgear firmware, but you could flash it with the dd-wrt firmware.

leewills8

I was going to ask the same thing but no one wants to give an answer

Bob_Jerunkle

Picked mine up from Argos yesterday and set it up last night. Woke up this morning to find the 5GHz band had stopped broadcasting, rebooted the router and then it wouldn't come back up properly. Taking it back to Argos tomorrow for an exchange.

maxwell689

I've been trying to research routers for a while and don't know enough about them. Is this loads better than my BT home hub 6?

NETGEAR RBK30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC2200£99.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR RBK30 Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System (Router and Satellite), Tri-Band AC2200£99.99 @ Amazon
Cheapest it's ever been. Also... RBS40 for £94.99 RBK23 triple pack for £214.99 RBK20 2-pack for £169.99
MLD9

Do these support adding a VPN for the whole connection? (eg windscribe) Thanks

MLD9

Expired? Now showing as £134.99?

Whirly

My one has arrived. Looks like I've got my first job for the weekend...

jamhops

Not even that anymore, they buy in stock especially to sell on bf... but I have hoped for something better for the last couple years

jamhops

That’s annoyingly stupid.

NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Advanced 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch £56.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR Nighthawk S8000 Gaming and Streaming Advanced 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch £56.99 @ Amazon Next best price eBuyer £65.97
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Norseg

I'm going to sell Gaming Water It's just regular bottled water but for gamers (flirt)

Panda221

Is it optimised for Fortnite ?! lol

yacoboy

What?

LeftResponse

Also, you're missing my point. Obviously direct connection is going to be better, but you're talking about people connecting 8 devices directly to their router? It looks messy, and is a health and safety nightmare. https://community.bt.com/t5/Home-setup-Wi-Fi-network/Quality-of-service-on-the-new-smart-hub/td-p/1698658 I took the liberty of Googling some of the popular ISPs and it seems qos doesn't exist at all on most of them. I would never buy this personally, but you can't just throw something out the window for everyone else just because it doesn't apply to you lol. If you bought a couple of home plugs, paired with this you would have 8 devices in a room on the other side of the house. Any 24/7 devices/servers you could set Qos to low and leave them running in the other side of the house. No mess, and people with any landlords/parents don't need to upgrade the router. I don't think it hurts the product at all.

jasee

The reason I posted my first post was because I thought the QOS implemented in this switch is exceedingly basic and it is going to have to go through your existing router/modem in which case that would influence the priority of the new switch making it less effective than going straight to the router/modem itself! But, my current ISP (the Post Office) supplied router is amazing versatile. QOS can be prioritised by ip, packet length,precedence, etc, there is also queue assignment on the various ports, complete routes can be classified between the various interfaces and a games list of fifteen modern games! For gaming, nothing is going to be better than going straight to the router/modem itself (by ethernet connection) because any new switch is going to have to connect to it anyway. So don't waste your money on this fancy looking but plastic (^ ^) version of this switch.

Netgear r7800 £119.99 - Netgear routers are deal of the day on Amazon
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Netgear r7800 £119.99 - Netgear routers are deal of the day on Amazon
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Netgear r7800 equal to lowest price on amazon (the same price was charge a few weeks ago), other netgear routers discounted.
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marylandcookie

I have the R9000 myself running voxel with PIA vpn set up on it and have every device running through it and it copes beautifully (y)

rev6

https://downloads.lede-project.org/releases/18.06.1/targets/ipq806x/generic/ (highfive)

marylandcookie

https://www.voxel-firmware.com/Downloads/Voxel/html/index.html

Shigllgetcha

First result when you google r7800 vpn https://kb.netgear.com/000055516/What-is-VPN-Client-and-how-do-I-set-it-up-on-my-Nighthawk-router

888eyeball

na, l doubt it last time checked on my old Nighthawk l got lots of confusing answers.

WiFi booster for those far to reach places - NETGEAR N300 Mbps Universal £11.89 prime / £16.38 non prime @ Amazon
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WiFi booster for those far to reach places - NETGEAR N300 Mbps Universal £11.89 prime / £16.38 non prime @ Amazon
Cheapest I have seen this. Just got a second one to put in a room where the WiFi is poor. Is it it me or can no one live without WiFi nowadays!!! Anyway cracking deal deal for q… Read more
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Intenso

Got mine and am using it to improve the response of my Ring Doorbell. Its doing a good job at that and was worth the small outlay...

Lucky_58

Yeah could be! After trying it in the same room and for it not to work properly. I thought this is not good or probably a faulty one who knows. At the end, it didn’t work for me very well..

sancheez

Yep. It's not this device, but the "Installation without WPS" instructions on here should be much the same with this ... http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/WNCE3001/WNCE3001_IG_20SEPT2011.pdf

sancheez

5/6 metres is a fair bit for one of these especially if there are walls in the way. With line of sight, that range should be OK. It's a cheap one remember, wifi range will be less than most routers, so it's all about finding the sweet spot. But within the same room? Not sure what went on there. Even one of the garbage ones (worse than this) with internal antenna should be fine within the same room! Sounds like it either didn't connect properly (can be a bit fiddly) or you got a dud one.

Norseg

I watched a video and I believe you can since he just had to sign in using his password

NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 (Prime) / £20.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 (Prime) / £20.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 @ Amazon NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount SwitchNETGEAR Etherne… Read more
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PaulT82

The same router, but in a plastic housing, is £14.99. I’d probably pay the extra pound for this one though as it looks much better.

ziir

comparing with these 2 TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 8-Ports Gigabit Desktop Ethernet Switch vs NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch ,, wich one should i get it ? thank you

FoO.ShAKeS

Yes it is ok to use with Powerline.

jrw

Fine with a power adaptor. It is how I use mine...The powerline will basically "bridge" one route to the other and what you have either end is of no relevance to the powerline. I may get one of these. I have a TP Link currently behind my TV but my Kodi just will not stream so I don't know if it is the network switch, my new TV or my new Amp that is causing the issue at the moment!

GwanGy

I would have thought this was fine to use with a powerline adapter ... if you buy from zon , they pay no tax, but customer returns are good (Your morals may vary) :)

NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Tri-Band £170.99 2-Pack / £215.99 3-Pack @ Amazon
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NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System, Tri-Band £170.99 2-Pack / £215.99 3-Pack @ Amazon
£170.99£229.9926%Amazon Deals
Good price for the 3 pack! Currently £300 at Curry’s.
vickyindelhi

This or the bigger vellop??

Chris_Page-9a382.79943

Ubiquity is better

jak19

Have had the RBK43 3-pack for ~6 months now and can't recommend it highly enough - we get excellent coverage across the house and near 100% of the 200mbps bandwidth from our Virgin connection over the wireless network

wundaii

Very useful to know, thanks!

UKBFG

There's differences in wi-fi speed, back-haul bandwidth, USB Ports, Ethernet ports and internal memory between some of the different options, so it's worth having a good look at the details in the link above before deciding what option is best for you, And considering the "handover" between satellite units can be problematic sometimes, i'd recommend going for a 2 pack of the bigger units instead of 3 of the smaller ones.

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