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My Best Buy Members: 2-Pack NETGEAR Orbi AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System EXPIRED

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Best Buy has for My Best Buy Members (free to join): 2-Pack NETGEAR Orbi AX4200 Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System on sale for $349.99. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • One Orbi Router (RBR750)
  • One Orbi Satellite (RBS750)
  • One 2m Ethernet cable
  • Two 12V/3.5A power adapters
  • Owner's manual

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Orbi Wi-Fi 6 is a tri-band Wi-Fi system built with the fast Wi-Fi 6 technology to provide an ultimate Smart home experience with Wi-Fi coverage and connection capacity beyond belief. Keep all your Wi-Fi connections strong, in every room, all the time with enough bandwidth for all your devices, multiple 4K or 8K UHD streaming video, music for your Wi-Fi connected speakers, fast online gameplay, smart lights, Wi-Fi security devices and more.
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Hey everybody, this is my first time making a deal post on SD so hope I'm doing it right!
I've been hunting for a new WiFi 6 mesh router system and came across this amazing deal at Best Buy. It's the Netgear Orbi AX4200 system (previously on sale for Black Friday for $379.99) but found it today even more on sale for $349.99 with My Best Buy Member Pricing, so YMMV. Just purchased one today. Please comment if you are able to see the same price as I was!

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I got this as an upgrade over rbk53....

Here are the numbers for anyone who cares
Internet speed/package : 1 gig mbps
Ethernet speed on RBK53 : 448...500mbps
Ebternet speed on RBK753: 942 to 953mbps

Wifi speeds
Rbk53 : 200 to 250 all across the house
Rbk753: 348..420 mbps

Long story short if you don't have 1gig internet I don't think it's worth it ..if yes then absolutely
Though this is a decent price for the 2pk, Costco has a 3 pk of the same system (one additional satellite) for $ 429 which I think would serve multi level houses better

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Yeah, I see it at $349.99.
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Though this is a decent price for the 2pk, Costco has a 3 pk of the same system (one additional satellite) for $ 429 which I think would serve multi level houses better
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Anybody know if this is backward compatible with the older orbi satellites?
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The 3 pack deal is better for those with a Costco membership. The RBS750 satellite goes for $200+ on eBay. If you don't need the 2nd satellite then sell it as "open box" with the power brick. You still come out ahead. And Costco's return policy is worth its weight in gold.
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Anybody know if this is backward compatible with the older orbi satellites?
It's not. Like for like.
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The hub only has 2 ports fyi
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In the past many years that I have had routers, I have always looked for one with 2 USB ports to attach my hard disk and make a local backup.

I was looking into a couple of mesh systems and there wasn't an option for attaching hard disk due to lack of USB ports. Is anyone having a similar use case as mine and how do you circumvent the lack of USB?
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In the past many years that I have had routers, I have always looked for one with 2 USB ports to attach my hard disk and make a local backup.

I was looking into a couple of mesh systems and there wasn't an option for attaching hard disk due to lack of USB ports. Is anyone having a similar use case as mine and how do you circumvent the lack of USB?
TP-Link deco has USB. Also you can use your old router if you have one that has USB ports attached to it and convert it to bridge mode so you retain all the previous USB functionality you're used to
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I got this as an upgrade over rbk53....

Here are the numbers for anyone who cares
Internet speed/package : 1 gig mbps
Ethernet speed on RBK53 : 448...500mbps
Ebternet speed on RBK753: 942 to 953mbps

Wifi speeds
Rbk53 : 200 to 250 all across the house
Rbk753: 348..420 mbps

Long story short if you don't have 1gig internet I don't think it's worth it ..if yes then absolutely
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In the past many years that I have had routers, I have always looked for one with 2 USB ports to attach my hard disk and make a local backup.

I was looking into a couple of mesh systems and there wasn't an option for attaching hard disk due to lack of USB ports. Is anyone having a similar use case as mine and how do you circumvent the lack of USB?
I have a server running in the house that I also use for Plex and other things. So if I need a drive shared across the network (which I have), I'll either share one of the internal drives on the server or connect an external USB drive to the server and share it over the network. Right click on the drive on the server to share it.

I'm actually faced with this problem again because I just moved from a router that had USB ports on it, to the Orbi which doesn't.

There's also an old USB network hub that I used to use for this problem. But I haven't used it actively in years.
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I hope they put the ax6000 one for sale.
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My two cents on Orbi systems, I had the RBK50 set and I had extremely inconsistent speeds. From 400mbps to unusable sub 1.0 mbps without rhyme or reason. Tried literally everything including warranty replacement. I cut my losses and switched to eero, no such issue since. On paper Orbi should be better, dedicated backhaul, etc but it's plagued by poor software.
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Anybody know if this is backward compatible with the older orbi satellites?
Unlikely since the backhaul channel here is ax not ac
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