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Best Buy via eBay has Netgear Nighthawk AC2600 Dual-Band MU-MIMO WiFi Router (R7400-100NAS) on sale for $89.99. Shipping is free. Thanks b-shee

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  • Offer valid for a limited time. This AC2600 router also features four gigabit ethernet LAN ports, a USB 3.0 port and carries a 1 year manufacturer warranty.
  • Our research indicates that this offer is $27 lower (23% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $116.99. ~RevOne

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This is normally $189,99. Pre-Black Friday sale.

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This r7400 or Netgear ac2600 is a newer and much cheaper model compared to the r7000 or r7500v2 or the much highly rated r7800. Instead of broadcom or atheros chipsets, this r7400 uses mediatex chipset which is known to have LOTS of problems and no 3 party software support.
Thumbs down to that comment. Range extender, baby monitor, and cable modem...not routers. I have an R7000 and it was a huge upgrade over my previous router. Go TC elsewhere.
Yeah, I don't have the same experience as you. I run the AC1900 and that thing is a beast. This is just a more powerful version of it.

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Thumbs down to that comment. Range extender, baby monitor, and cable modem...not routers. I have an R7000 and it was a huge upgrade over my previous router. Go TC elsewhere.
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Thumbs down to that comment. Range extender, baby monitor, and cable modem...not routers. I have an R7000 and it was a huge upgrade over my previous router. Go TC elsewhere.
This. I've been running the X4S for over a year and it's been rock solid.
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Thumbs down, Netgear Nighthawk routers are bad products. Wifi regularly drops, router needs to be reset regularly, etc.
I have a $200 nighthawk and it's worse than a $50 no-name wifi router.
Netgear regularly has class action lawsuits brought against it for their terrible products:
https://www.classaction.org/blog/...r-strength [classaction.org]
https://www.classaction.org/blog/...aperweight [classaction.org]
https://www.multichannel.com/news...uit-412454 [multichannel.com]
Yeah, I don't have the same experience as you. I run the AC1900 and that thing is a beast. This is just a more powerful version of it.
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Is this x4s?
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This r7400 or Netgear ac2600 is a newer and much cheaper model compared to the r7000 or r7500v2 or the much highly rated r7800. Instead of broadcom or atheros chipsets, this r7400 uses mediatex chipset which is known to have LOTS of problems and no 3 party software support.
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Is this x4s?
x4s is r7800. See my post.
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Yep. R7000 over here. 3yr using it and I keep it updated. It's a beast. I love it...not one single problem since I set it up. All stock...no tomato or any other sideload.
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I guess every netgear product is different. I've had great and bad routers from them. Currently have the r6700v2 and I actually had a lot of issues with it for the past 2 years. And after recent firmware updates it got more stable and now my printer finally works and doesn't want to disconnect all the time.... I think it's firmware support they just don't have good support in the beginning it's almost better buying an older model that has more fixes made to it
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Do yourself a savor and buy an Asus - the router software is exceptionally good (and Netgear's is exceptionally bad).
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I guess every netgear product is different. I've had great and bad routers from them. Currently have the r6700v2 and I actually had a lot of issues with it for the past 2 years. And after recent firmware updates it got more stable and now my printer finally works and doesn't want to disconnect all the time.... I think it's firmware support they just don't have good support in the beginning it's almost better buying an older model that has more fixes made to it
That's weird because all of ours work. My in law, my brother in law, and I have the r6700v2 and everything is working fine. The signals penetrated the walls a lot better than the ASUS we had.
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