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Netgear Orbi Home WiFi System RBK33 with CM700 Cable Modem only $279.99 at Amazon

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Amazon has the the Netgear Orbi Whole Home Wi-fi system bundled with the Netgear CM700 cable modem for only $279.99, which is a savings of $120. I already bought an Orbi system months ago and love it-- sends a super fast Wifi signal throughout every part of my house now, and even outside to my deck & patio area. If you are in the market for upgrading your wi-fi system, I highly recommend the Netgear Orbi.

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now that's a good deal. CM700 is the 32x8 1.4 Gbps that works with all of the Docsis 3.0 high speed plans (Xfinity from Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Cable ONE & more). This modem usually goes for $100 and the Orbi has come down from $349 to $279 on this deal.
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now that's a good deal. CM700 is the 32x8 1.4 Gbps that works with all of the Docsis 3.0 high speed plans (Xfinity from Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Cable ONE & more). This modem usually goes for $100 and the Orbi has come down from $349 to $279 on this deal.

This modem technology is already obsolete in some markets and surely will be obsolete by the end of this year for most markets. 3.1 uses less channels for higher data rates, which increases your speeds even when your local provider is bogged down during peak times. There are huge upsides of having a 3.1 modem even if you don't have gigabyte service.

For 10% more $, you can get a docsis 3.1, and one hell of a router and will have a modem that won't be your bottleneck in 8 months. Search for Surfboard 8200, Netgear CM1000, or Motorola 8600
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Not a bad deal though the satellites use wall plugs. I prefer the regular satellites that you can plug your cat cable into.
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This modem technology is already obsolete in some markets and surely will be obsolete by the end of this year for most markets. 3.1 uses less channels for higher data rates, which increases your speeds even when your local provider is bogged down during peak times. There are huge upsides of having a 3.1 modem even if you don't have gigabyte service.

For 10% more $, you can get a docsis 3.1, and one hell of a router and will have a modem that won't be your bottleneck in 8 months. Search for Surfboard 8200, Netgear CM1000, or Motorola 8600
Define obsolete... This statement only applies to 1Gbps plans today. If you have anything below that, the 32x8 will work great. And I'm pretty sure that the ISP's will allow d3.0 and D3.1 to coexist on their networks for quite some time. If' I'm wrong, please link me somewhere that disputes this. By the way, it's not 10% more. They are giving this modem away from free, so you can get this for free, or you can pay $150 minimum.
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Not a bad deal though the satellites use wall plugs. I prefer the regular satellites that you can plug your cat cable into.
To be clear, Orbi uses wifi backhaul on a separate radio. There are some Orbi satellites that are not on this deal that can use ethernet backhaul now.
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Does anyone know if the RBK33 satellites work with the RBK50 (2 unit) Orbi system?

I already have the RBK50 router & satellite and want to add a few more satellites. If this works it seems like a better option than paying around $250 for just one more RBK50 satellite.
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Does anyone know if the RBK33 satellites work with the RBK50 (2 unit) Orbi system?

I already have the RBK50 router & satellite and want to add a few more satellites. If this works it seems like a better option than paying around $250 for just one more RBK50 satellite.
The satellites are interchangeable, they just have slightly different specs. At this price I'd go for the RBK33
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Been wanting to an all in one. Great deal but got a CM1000 last week and have an Orbi already.
Need to tell my bro about this deal as it's perfect for him! Thanks OP!!
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To confirm, the wall plugs do not have the ability to plug in Ethernet cables?
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This modem technology is already obsolete in some markets and surely will be obsolete by the end of this year for most markets. 3.1 uses less channels for higher data rates, which increases your speeds even when your local provider is bogged down during peak times. There are huge upsides of having a 3.1 modem even if you don't have gigabyte service.

For 10% more $, you can get a docsis 3.1, and one hell of a router and will have a modem that won't be your bottleneck in 8 months. Search for Surfboard 8200, Netgear CM1000, or Motorola 8600
Obsolete? No where close. DOCSIS 3.0 wont be obsolete for another 10+ years. DOCSIS 3.1 has only been rolled out to a very tiny subset of customers. Until you plan on getting Gigabit service, this equipment wont be obsolete for many years.

For $28 more, you cannot get 3.1 modem and Orbi router.
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Define obsolete... This statement only applies to 1Gbps plans today. If you have anything below that, the 32x8 will work great. And I'm pretty sure that the ISP's will allow d3.0 and D3.1 to coexist on their networks for quite some time. If' I'm wrong, please link me somewhere that disputes this. By the way, it's not 10% more. They are giving this modem away from free, so you can get this for free, or you can pay $150 minimum.
I just purchase this. I have spectrum now. I wanted to get rid of there stuff and put this in. Will I regret it? Should I cancel the order?
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To confirm, the wall plugs do not have the ability to plug in Ethernet cables?
That's correct
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I just purchase this. I have spectrum now. I wanted to get rid of there stuff and put this in. Will I regret it? Should I cancel the order?
I have spectrum, they have me on the Motorola SBG6580, which is wireless N 300. You won't regret your purchase.
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