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NETGEAR Nighthawk R6700-100NAS AC1750 Smart Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router

NETGEAR Nighthawk R6700-100NAS AC1750 Smart Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router

NETGEAR Nighthawk R6700-100NAS AC1750 Smart Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router

  • Amazon’s Choice for a great connected home router
  • AC1750 Wi-Fi-450+1300 Mbps speeds and high-power external antennas. Ideal for homes with 12 or more Wi-Fi devices
  • NETGEAR genie App – Enjoy more of your connected home. Now with remote access
  • One USB 3.0 Port and & 1 USB 2.0 Port
  • Beamforming+ focuses Wi-Fi signals from the wireless router to Wi-Fi devices

The NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1750 Smart Wi-Fi Router delivers extreme Wi-Fi speed for gaming up to 1750Mbps. The Dual Core 1GHz processor boosts wireless & wired performance. High-powered amplifiers and external antennas increase range for whole-home mobility, while Beamforming+ boosts speed for mobile devices, up to 100% faster.

List Price: $ 149.99

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  1. 186 of 202 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    The setup was pretty easy. I had the router up and running …, December 21, 2015
    By 
    kwheeler (Jacksonville, FL United States) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    I bought this Wi-Fi router in October 2015 expecting it to be a major upgrade from the Netgear 7550 ADSL + 7550 router I had for 4 years from my service provider. I was not excited about the $150 price tag, but considered it necessary expenditure to improve the Wi-Fi experience for my family in my home. A lot of different devices requiring multiple internet connections.

    The setup was pretty easy. I had the router up and running in less than 15 minutes. We experienced upwards of 30MBPS speeds and great throughput from the router. Initially, we were pleased with this router.

    From October to December 20th, 2016, the only issue we had with this router was an occasional need to power cycle (reboot) the router. I did not consider that a big deal because that seems to be normal for devices like this.

    On December 20th, the lack of quality and the lack of customer service provided by Netgear presented itself. The router without notice stopped working. I attempted to troubleshoot the router myself by power cycling the router, resetting the router, and re-installing the router, but nothing worked. The only LEDs that lit up on the router were the internet LED and Ethernet LEDs. The power LED did not illuminate at all. After 45 minutes of self-troubleshooting, I created Netgear case # 26207878, and then called the Netgear support line. On my first attempt, the Netgear technical support person hung up on me before we got started. I called again and got a second Netgear technical support person. He proceeded to walk through a script to troubleshoot the router with me, but the router was not returning to a usable state. After 20 minutes or so, the representative proceeded to tell me that there must be a configuration issue between my cable modem and the router, and that it would be a $69 charge for him to help with the cable modem. I declined knowing that it had nothing to do with the cable modem. It was all about issues with the Netgear AC1750 R6400 Wi-Fi router. The representative then put me on hold for a few minutes after I declined the $69 charge. He came back having me hold the reset button and unplugging the router from the AC outlet 7-8 times. The state of the router did not change with that step. After that final step, the Netgear support person basically told me that I need to get a replacement from Amazon and that he would be closing the case. That seemed to be a pretty lousy response from the Netgear representative. This router had a 1 year warranty from Netgear! Please take this warning and know that Netgear’s published warranty is worthless! I cannot recommend Netgear products based on my experience with this product.

    On a positive note, I was really impressed with the level of customer service from Amazon.com. I read over Amazon’s return policy and learned that the router I purchased from Amazon could no longer be returned per the Amazon return policy. After reading the policy, I decided to contact Amazon in a chat session to discuss my issues with the router. The Amazon service representative was more than accommodating and went above and beyond addressing my issues. Amazon is providing me a replacement router at no charge. In my opinion, that burden/cost should be Netgear’s responsibility, but Amazon stepped up and provided outstanding customer service. I already loved Amazon, but the gesture from Amazon makes me even more of a fan!

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  2. 481 of 526 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I can’t believe I am going to say this, but, I am sorry Comcast., September 21, 2015
    By 
    Amazon Customer (Colorado) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    So I hate, hate, hate Comcast. Hate them with a passion. I tell them I hate them, I dream that I hate them.

    For years I always complained about how I purchase 25MPS service from them but over my WI-FI I am lucky to get 4-5MPS D/L speed, then I need to reset the router and I am thrilled when I get 10MPS.

    This went on for three years me screaming at them. Literally on the phone yelling! I can’t imagine what my customer notes must say about me.

    I thought I was justified, I even went out and had bought two or three different wireless routers all around the $50-80 price point. Still F-ing Comcast screws me over by throttling me WIFI. I KNOW IT!

    Finally, I start to think maybe just maybe the billion dollar company from Satan is not messing with me and maybe I should just try buying the most expensive router out there. This router is what I chose.

    I set in up in blink since I had done this so many times. I sit down at my log onto my phone… go to speed test app. . . .

    Get the F outta here . . . 29 MPS D/L speed. Wholey guacamoley!!!

    Run to the desktop, this can’t be right. I know SATAN is COMCAST and COMCAST is SATAN!!!!

    Hop on speed test and sure enough, 30 MPS a second.

    I have checked this over weeks and it remains the same. Outstanding. Speechless and outstanding.

    Get this router now. Spend the money, bite the bullet and enjoy wicked fast internet.

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  3. 153 of 164 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome if your devices support Wireless AC; Might not be justified with Wireless N or G devices., August 3, 2015
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    This is our 4th Netgear router. We’ve had a Wireless G 108 Mbps, an N150, an N600, and now the R6400. After getting a Wireless AC capable laptop, we decided to try out this router. So far I must say the speeds using AC are outstanding with almost no discernible difference in speed from the wired devices. Wireless N over 5 Ghz is also much more stable in a multi unit complex. If improved speed and less interference are what you’re after, this is an outstanding choice. That said, if you’re expecting miraculous improvement of range over the N600 and N900 models, you might be disappointed. From testing before (N600) and after (R6400), the range is nearly identical, with the same weak spots. In addition, the N600 got the same or slightly better speeds when testing 2.4 Ghz. Therefore, I can’t say the jump to wireless AC will be worth the added expense for everyone.

    PROS:
    +Wireless AC connection is just as fast as wired within about a 20 foot radius
    +Wireless N at 5 Ghz reduces interference in heavy wifi saturated areas such as multi unit buildings
    +Simultaneous Dual Band and backwards compatibility gives you flexibility for choosing further range, less crowded frequencies, and support for older devices.
    +Can connect quite a few devices with no hit to performance or interruptions.
    +Solid reliability so far
    +Took 5 minutes to setup everything

    CONS:
    -Being new, it’s fairly expensive when compared to competing routers and discounts are not prevalent.
    -This thing is HUGE! If you’re used Netgear’s legacy products, you may need to make room for this.
    -Horizontal orientation or wall mount only make this more difficult to find room for on shelves.
    -While the bright white status lights look cool, they could be a real annoyance in a bedroom at night.

    The bottom line here is that if you have products that support Wireless AC or plan to future proof, this router could be great for you. If you don’t have a super fast Internet connection or have devices that only support Wireless N or lower, you might be better off spending half as much and getting a high quality Wireless N router.

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