Netgear AC1750 Inspired by the design of the R7000 (AC1900), and an upgrade to the R6300v2 but not a part of the Nighthawk series, the Netgear R6400 AC1750 picks up on its predecessors weaknesses and mitigates them,... Netgear AC1750
Inspired by the design of the R7000 (AC1900), and an upgrade to the R6300v2 but not a part of the Nighthawk series, the Netgear R6400 AC1750 picks up on its predecessors weaknesses and mitigates them, while keeping the same price point. So it it worth it?
Measuring in at (L) 7.5 x (W) 7.79 x (H) 2.55 inches and weighs about 1.2lbs, its quite large but can be wall mounted. The AC1750 uses the same outer design as the R7000, thus the ports are also the same. There are two USB ports - one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 port and five (1 WAN and 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports. On the front of the router, there's the Wi-Fi and WPS buttons which can be turned on and off and below the light indicators, you have the USB 3.0 port. Like all new releases this uses the same technology. The R6300v2 router used 6 built in antennas but the R6400 router uses 3 outside antennas and Beamforming+ technology to boost range, coverage and reduce dead spots for large homes with many walls. The antennas on the R6400 are adjustable, longer, and more powerful than the R7000's but unfortunately its not removable, the reason being to keep the cost down. The Genie app makes the customization and monitoring super easy and I wish all routers had this.
In the $80-90 range, this is good value for your money. Its range is good and its signal is strong despite the stock antennas not being removable, and the genie app makes tweaking this a breeze.
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Netgear Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished to work and look as new with 90 Day Warranty and email support. All accessories are included with limited documentation and additional information online. Netgear recommends to udpate the firmware for the device to be up to date.
Two-in-One DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem + WiFi Router delivers 16x4 AC1750 WiFi and up to 680Mbps modem speed. Advised to call ISP to get their MAC ID set if not auto-detected. Recommend the product to be placed closer to the cable line for better wifi signal.
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Netgear AC1750 is a very popular option in the middle of the modems price range. It's in the top 3 bestselling modems and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Insteon PowerLinc or Ubee DDW36C .
Netgear AC1750 was released last year in January. There are a couple newer modems on the market. Show newer Modems
Netgear AC1750 is $13 more expensive than the average modem ($66.99).
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