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NETGEAR Orbi RBK752 High-Performance Whole Home Mesh WiFi System - $270 w/pc HDWAZZA343+FS $269.99

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Netgear via Newegg [newegg.com] offers NETGEAR Orbi RBK752 Speeds up to 4.2Gbps. 2-pack (includes Router and Satellite). Covers up to 5+ bedrooms. Latest WiFi Technology, Fast Speeds. (RBK752) - Newegg.comNETGEAR Orbi RBK752 High-Performance Whole Home Mesh WiFi System - WiFi router and single satellite with speeds up to 4.2Gbps with coverage over approximately 5,000 sq. feet, AX4200 (RBK752). Robust Smart Home WiFi. at 269.99 with promo code HDWAZZA343 and free shipping.

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  • Robust Smart Home Mesh WiFi - Ultimate experience with 8 streams of WiFi 6 and coverage up to 5+ bedrooms and 5,000 sq. ft.
  • More Capacity and Battery Life - Enjoy 4X more connection capacity than WiFi 5 with improved efficiency for longer device battery life.
  • Strong, Reliable WiFi - Break free from Internet delays with a dedicated Tri-band backhaul and 6 Gigabit Ethernet ports.
  • Built for Gigabit Internet Speeds everywhere - Orbi RBK752 lets you experience the fastest internet speeds where you can have up to 40 devices on your network with total wireless speeds up to 4.2Gbps.
  • Ease of Use - With the Orbi app, set up your WiFi, customize settings, and control your WiFi anytime, anywhere.
  • Powerful Internet Speeds - 1Gbps Ethernet WAN port supports gigabit Internet speeds or aggregate 2 ports to get 2 Gbps.
  • One WiFi Network - Enjoy the convenience of a single WiFi name for your whole home for seamless room-to-room roaming throughout your home.


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Not the Wifi 6E thou
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Not the Wifi 6E thou
I imagine when wifi 6e comes out these will be deeply discounted
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If you need two satellites, $80 more gets you that at Costco. I think I'm going to order that if nothing better comes up the next two days.
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I imagine when wifi 6e comes out these will be deeply discounted
Is it a big difference that I should wait? I'm using the RBR50 without any wifi6 currently. I need another satellite or two, so was thinking of upgrading the whole system. Last I researched wifi6 didn't seem like I needed it yet. Is it just more bandwidth? Or will it provide further coverage?
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Personally I think waiting for a deal on the ASUS ZenWifi 2-router mesh package is a better play… Gives you full control without all the ala Cart subscription B.S being pushed by most others. Admittedly, I am NOT sure if the OP's system is like that but I haven't found anything yet that comes with more features built-in than ASUS ZenWifi (linky) [amazon.com]

Just waiting a sale price as $400 is a but steep…especially for a non-6E router (the OP doesn't have 6E support either), but barely anyone can really use 6E yet since about 90% of devices don't support it yet.
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Personally I think waiting for a deal on the ASUS ZenWifi 2-router mesh package is a better play… Gives you full control without all the ala Cart subscription B.S being pushed by most others. Admittedly, I am NOT sure if the OP's system is like that but I haven't found anything yet that comes with more features built-in than ASUS ZenWifi (linky) [amazon.com]

Just waiting a sale price as $400 is a but steep…especially for a non-6E router (the OP doesn't have 6E support either), but barely anyone can really use 6E yet since about 90% of devices don't support it yet.
I detest subscription pushing, but I disabled Netgear Armor (which was useless) after the free trial, and it's never asked me to pay. So not really an issue so far with Orbi.

I will look at that ZenWifi. I've had good luck with Orbis at home and my business, so kind of leaning with sticking with them. Also considering switching to UniFi. I have my Orbi satellites hard-wired right now so don't actually need mesh.
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If you need two satellites, $80 more gets you that at Costco. I think I'm going to order that if nothing better comes up the next two days.
Link please
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Too many uninformed people about wifi 6E here. Wifi 6E will be very limited use and benefit. This is a good deal but if you want the best 2pack its hands down the TP-LINK AX5700 from Costco when its on sale for $290. Speeds well over 1 Gbps through wireless so it will take full advantage of a 1Gbps fiber ISP connection which no other mesh including this one will do.
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Too many uninformed people about wifi 6E here. Wifi 6E will be very limited use and benefit. This is a good deal but if you want the best 2pack its hands down the TP-LINK AX5700 from Costco when its on sale for $290. Speeds well over 1 Gbps through wireless so it will take full advantage of a 1Gbps fiber ISP connection which no other mesh including this one will do.
I agree to most of your comment but Asus ZenWiFi XT8 AX6600 has an edge over this. Also the TP Link doesn't provide some basic features like any Parental Control or even Speed Test at the router and all that is offered via subscription. So Asus XT8 which was at $350 few days back is probably a good deal
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I agree to most of your comment but Asus ZenWiFi XT8 AX6600 has an edge over this. Also the TP Link doesn't provide some basic features like any Parental Control or even Speed Test at the router and all that is offered via subscription. So Asus XT8 which was at $350 few days back is probably a good deal
If you just want pure speed and throughput nothing is better than the AX5700 besides the X90 bigger brother. The additional XT8 features if you actual use them they got a benefit, but most people set it and forget when it comes to internet.
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Is it a big difference that I should wait? I'm using the RBR50 without any wifi6 currently. I need another satellite or two, so was thinking of upgrading the whole system. Last I researched wifi6 didn't seem like I needed it yet. Is it just more bandwidth? Or will it provide further coverage?
Wifi 6E will only provide faster speeds and throughput within short range of the satellite / router so think same room only, if your outside of the room it will fall back to standard wifi 6 like everything else.

Wifi 6E mesh is even more of a joke, cause you cant even use the 6E band for backhaul since the range is so short, so unless you hardwire all your units and have minimum 2.5Gbps ports its a complete and total waste at 3-4X the cost over wifi 6.

Also no you wont find wifi 6 discounted anytime soon, wifi 6E is already launched and pricing has stayed the same.
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Too many uninformed people about wifi 6E here. Wifi 6E will be very limited use and benefit. This is a good deal but if you want the best 2pack its hands down the TP-LINK AX5700 from Costco when its on sale for $290. Speeds well over 1 Gbps through wireless so it will take full advantage of a 1Gbps fiber ISP connection which no other mesh including this one will do.
that's what everyone says about all new tech, but 6E is literally the biggest wifi upgrade in decades with a brand new band. While it wont be utilized in the near future, more and more devices are including 6E (phones, laptops, Desktops, etc). My new motherboard I bought for Alder lake has wifi 6e built-in. Galaxy s21 ultras have wifi 6e already

IF you cannot wait to upgrade, go ahead and get one of these current mesh systems, they should last you

IF you can wait, wait for wifi 6E mesh/routers to go down in price, they are extremely expensive right now

https://www.theverge.com/2021/1/7...vr-routers
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that's what everyone says about all new tech, but 6E is literally the biggest wifi upgrade in decades with a brand new band. While it wont be utilized in the near future, more and more devices are including 6E (phones, laptops, Desktops, etc).

IF you cannot wait to upgrade, go ahead and get one of these current mesh systems, they should last you

IF you can wait, wait for wifi 6E mesh/routers to go down in price, they are extremely expensive right now

https://www.theverge.com/2021/1/7...vr-routers

Like I said so many uniformed people about wifi 6E, you see how they didnt mention any of the limitations in the verge article lol. Read the post right above and you will see why wifi 6E is a joke.
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