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NETGEAR AC1900 Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router (R7000)

by Netgear
4.5 out of 5 stars 159 customer reviews
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  • AC1900 600+1300 Mbps WiFi Speed
  • First to market: 1GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Beamforming+ improves range performance
  • High powered amplifiers & antennas to extend your WiFi range
  • 256 QAM Support for 2.4GHz
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.8 x 25.6 x 7.9 cm ; 1.6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 Kg
  • Item model number: R7000-100PAS
  • ASIN: B00F0DD0I6
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 16 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 159 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Accelerate your WiFi with NETGEAR Nighthawk! Enjoy the fastest WiFi currently available, with speeds up to 1900 Mbps and a powerful dual core 1GHz processor for extreme performance. High-powered amplifiers, external antennas and Beamforming+ improve range and reliability for up to 100% more wireless coverage. Features like downstream and upstream QoS prioritize streaming and gaming, creating a blazing-fast, lag-free WiFi experience.


From the Manufacturer

R6300 Nighthawk Nighthawk X4 Nighthawk X6
Combined WiFi Speeds 1750Mbps 1900Mbps 2330Mbps 3200Mbps
Speeds per band 450 + 1300 600 + 1300 600 + 1733 600 + 1300 + 1300
Range Better Best Ultimate Ultimate
Processor Speeds Dual Core 800MHz Dual Core 1GHz 1.4GHz Dual Core Processor with 1 Dual Core Offload Processor 1.0GHz Dual Core processor with 3 Offload Processor
Quality of Service Advanced Advanced (downstream/upstream) Dynamic QoS Dynamic QoS coming soon
No. of Antennas 3 (internal) 3 (external) 4 (external) 6 (external)
USB Ports 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0
eSATA Port
VPN Support
ReadySHARE Vault - PC Backup Software

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

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This thing is pure awesome. The range is spectacular. I have it setup on the main floor in the middle of the house. The house has a rock / cement wall on one side, aluminium siding on the other 3 sides. With previous routers (a TP-LINK TD8960Nv3 and a WRT54G), i'd barely get any signal right outside the walls. With this guy, not only is the signal great outside, it's good to the end of the yard, about 200 feet every way, including about 100 feet of forest! At that point the link is down to 5Mbps, but still rock-solid.
The wizard is great, too. I've set it up as an AP-only, and it was simple as pie. Once setup, it's got a LOT of settings accessible to tune things your way if you want to geek out. And if that isn't enough yet, this R7000 (that's the actual model, not clear in the description) is supported by DD-WRT.
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By grimley TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 19 2015
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Fought with a Linksys WRT1900ac for several months before opting for the R7000. Have owned or used routers from D-Link, the original Linksys, Belkin, Asus, TP-Link. This is my first Netgear product. It's a big fella (much like the WRT1900ac), so make room. It's been working without a hitch right out of the box (with the latest firmware). I have 11 clients in my home (soon to be 13). Two ac, a 5ghz laptop, a 5ghz tablet, a 5ghz cellphone and a host of 2.4ghz appliances. This, in an environment that includes an HDMI TV transmitter (on the 5ghz band) and a Vera Lite home automation controller. Unfazed is the R7000. I do not use parental controls, VPN, or any of the storage capabilities. QOS is activated (downstream) as are beamforming and "airtime fairness." The interface is a bit on the clunky side, but that's a minor nit. It gets the job done (and more intuitively than some others). Pricier than a "basic" router, but worth the expense. (Have dropped stock FW in favour of Xwrt-Vortex - based on an Asus build. Solid, much more useful than stock, a joy to use).
(December 2015 - Have gone back to stock firmware - still rock solid. A solid buy.)
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I upgraded to this router from Asus RT-N56U which was also a great router but I needed something with higher speed over longer distance. For that purpose, this is the best I could get at the time of the purchase. I have placed this in the basement and I don't have any problem with the signal any where in my 2 story 1700 sq ft house.

Pros:
- Better signal over longer distance
- No signal drops
- Stable firmware
- Able to handle heavy loads without any issue

Cons:
- USB storage is still not very good even at this price. Transfer speed to the attached HDD is slow and the copying files sometimes fail. Heard some issues with file corruptions too but I haven't seen that yet. Fingers crossed.
- Admin GUI could be better.

Overall, this is a great router and I would recommend this definitely. I used the DD-WRT (Kong) firmware on this for a while but was facing signal drops so went back to the Netgear firmware and it is stable now.
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Excellent router. We bought the D-Link DIR 890L triband router for $300+ and had non stop problems from day 1. DNS error, DNS probe error, had to constantly use command prompt to refresh the DNS every-time the computer or laptop went into sleep and half the time our devices wouldn't connect. After a week of suffering through their incompetent costumer support we decided to give this router a go as the review are all stellar.
Wow were they ever right. With the D-Link I had to reset it and configure it twice before I could get it working, and even then it would give problems. This one was plug and play, and within 30min I was cooking with fire. No need to port-forward for torrents like with the D-Link (yes I know port forwarding is more secure than Upnp), no need to do anything. Just ran the wizard, setup the wireless settings and bam. Everything worked. Was concerned that it wouldn't have the range of the DIR 890L, not the case. This actually has better range and stronger signal. We live in a 6 bedroom house that is concrete and very long, and is populated by very heavy and demanding internet users (a lot of torrenting and gaming). With our previous routers we pretty much didn't have any signal on the second floor and above the garage on the other end of the house. With the DIR 890L, we had much better signal but it would constantly drop or hang (would say DNS error then clear up after 30 seconds). This gets us 40-60mb DL and 15-20mb Upload speed from the farthest end of the house. Closer to the center of the house we get 98mb dl and 28mb upload (slightly slower than the D-Link at farthest distance, but faster than the D-Link when your in close proximity to the router).
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This is a pretty stable router even with the stock firmware. There is a tomato and dd-wrt build for this router but mine runs so smoothly with the stock firmware that I saw no reason to change it.
As for the corrupted usb files, it sounds like perhaps a permissions problem with the drive, had a similar issue with my buffalo nas.
Try formatting the drive and this time copy files to it connected to the usb ready share port from your computer to the drive.
More info from 'my open router.com'
http://www.myopenrouter.com/article/51639/Quick-Review-and-Specifications-of-NETGEAR-R7000-Nighthawk-802.11ac-Wireless-Router/
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