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Costco Members: 3-Pack NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: 3-Pack NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (RBK753S-100NAS) on sale for $429.99. Shipping is free. Thanks haqueye

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This system offers up to 7,500 sq. ft. of coverage and is highly rated earning 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 556 Costco customer reviews. Offer valid through November 30, 2020 or while promotion last. -perisan_mafia

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Just got this in the mail for this mesh router.
Frontpage at $440 back in August.

Features:

Enjoy 7,500 sq. ft. of premium WiFi 6 with secure connections to 40+ devices at once
Built with WiFi 6, the latest WiFi technology designed for the best speeds and capacity for up to 4x more devices
One year of NETGEAR Armor Advanced Cybersecurity included to protect from online threats for unlimited devices at home or on-the-go
8 blazing fast Gigabit Ethernet ports for high-speed downloads and file transfers
Requires a modem. Compatible with major Internet Service Providers (cable, satellite, fiber, DSL, and more)


https://www.costco.com/netgear-or...33367.html
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Because 6e is relying on the possibility of quick adoption of 6ghz wifi band. Currently we have 2.4 and 5ghz wifi bands in wifi 5 generation and 6th generation hardware. 6e is introducing the 6ghz band which will have more speed than anything we have but also less range than anything we have so not practical for multi level households or even large 1 floor houses. Think of poking holes in a full water bottle,
2.4ghz small hole= least flow/speed, most range
5ghz medium hole= more flow, short range
6ghz huge hole= most flow, shortest range.
Hi, wireless network engineer here.

Kind of. WiFi6e will be adding additional channels to the already packed 5GHz space. The issue with 5GHz now is not really co-channel interference at 20MHz, it's that most default settings by companies making these products default them to a "best" setting, or 40/80MHz channels. 40MHz channels is channel bonding, uses up two 20MHz channels, 80MHz uses four, etc.

The goal with 6e is to reduce that co-channel interference by increasing the amount of channels available. With 6e, we will be seeing the ability to most likely do 40MHz channels by default with limited interference, and even multiple 80MHz deployments as well. I think 160MHz is still far off, but really this just hopefully gives us the ability to get closer to at least gigabit WiFi speeds.

It is client device dependent, yes. 6e is really the best thing to happen to WiFi in a long time.
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Nice deal but can't afford.
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Isn't this tech already inferior with 6e on the way. Wouldn't invest this much in a set that's about to be outdated.
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There is a TPLINK for 229$, can someone figure out what is the extra $200 will cover.
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2021 will be the year of WiFi 6E. Price aside, consider holding out for that.
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This compared to the Eero Pro 6 coming out next week?
Can anybody help?
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Add me to the list of the uninformed.
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Wow!! for the prices. Nothing against this deal It could be lowest price for this model
But really wow routers for $500.. and next year it will be all $1000 like (i)phones or samsung phones. Routers will be released with 4K AMOLED touch screen. So let's wait & justify it.
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2021 will be the year of WiFi 6E. Price aside, consider holding out for that.
This ^. Important!
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You will never be able to utilize 6e in 99 % of the US
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You will never be able to utilize 6e in 99 % of the US
Why is this?
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If you want to be early bird, then go forth it. Pay the R&D for us. We love you!!!
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You will never be able to utilize 6e in 99 % of the US
Oh yeah? There gonna be a ban on the sale of 6e routers and devices? LMAO
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This isn't slick. This is a luxury I can't afford.
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