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Netgear’s Orbi system looks to shake up the WiFi router space

Netgear’s Orbi system looks to shake up the WiFi router space

Dead zones in home WiFi networks can be a rage-inducing problem, but Netgear is looking to make that issue a thing of the past with its latest router. The Orbi functions a bit differently from most WiFi routers you'll come across, as it's more of a "WiFi system," featuring both a router and an accompanying satellite meant to offer a more consistent wireless signal throughout your entire home.

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Netgear throws VueZone cameras into the IoT dumpster

Netgear throws VueZone cameras into the IoT dumpster

The Internet of Things dumpster gains another tenant, with Netgear confirming it will pull the plug on its VueZone connected camera system. The range of wirelessly-enabled security cameras was acquired by Netgear back in 2012, which subsequently renamed the line-up - and its new additions - as Arlo. Unfortunately for those with investment in the initial cameras, however, they'll stop working in eighteen months time.

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Netgear Arlo Q is a security camera with more free cloud storage

Netgear Arlo Q is a security camera with more free cloud storage

The connected home security camera market continues to heat up, with not only the Nest Cam, but also Kodak and Logitech competing for supremacy. Now Netgear is back with an updated version of their Arlo camera, the Arlo Q, touting more free cloud storage for video recordings than its rivals. The Arlo Q comes with seven days of online storage, whereas Logitech's Circle offers 24 hours for free, and the Nest Cam requires a subscription.

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NETGEAR launches Nighthawk X8 smart router, ARM-based ReadyNAS

NETGEAR launches Nighthawk X8 smart router, ARM-based ReadyNAS

NETGEAR is one of the world's leading brands when it comes to networking technology, so when it claims to do super fast, people stop and listen. It has just launched two different yet related networked products that both claim to be the fastest in their field. The new Nightwing X8 Smart Wi-FI router boasts of a "blistering" speed of 5.3 Gbps thanks to a combination of tri-band and quad-stream Wi-Fi. The new ReadyNAS 212 and 214, on the other hand, promise the fastest read and write operations on a NAS today.

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Netgear R6400 promises up to 80% boost from afar

Netgear R6400 promises up to 80% boost from afar

Netgear has added a new smart router to its home networking line-up, with the AC1750 Smart WiFi Router R6400 promising up to 80-percent better performance at a distance. The new router, which offers 802.11ac WiFi along with backward compatibility for a/b/g/n devices, offers up to 1,750 Mbps speeds (450+1300 Mbps), at least in theory, along with simultaneous dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz use. Meanwhile there's a smartphone app for management rather than having to log into a clunky browser interface.

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Netgear Arlo cuts all cords for weatherproof security cameras

Netgear Arlo cuts all cords for weatherproof security cameras

Netgear has launched a new wireless security camera, Arlo, promising complete liberation from wires thanks to WiFi and some long-lasting batteries. Streaming 720p video to iOS and Android apps, and delivering low-light vision for nighttime use, the Arlo cameras are weatherproof for outdoor use. At first glance, then, they seem like the ideal alternative to a Dropcam for the wire-averse; however, there are some compromises to be made if you want to cut your cords completely.

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Netgear Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi Router offers Gigabit, quad-stream

Netgear Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi Router offers Gigabit, quad-stream

Netgear has complemented its tri-band Nighthawk X6 (R800) router with a similar model, the quad-stream Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi Router (R7500). This quad-stream WiFi router offers Gigabit speeds (up to 1.73Gbps), and is aimed towards users who need high speeds for heavy streaming, serious gaming, and more.

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NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 is the first consumer Tri-Band router

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 is the first consumer Tri-Band router

Network equipment expert NETGEAR is once again trying to claim an "industry first" title. With the Nighthawk X6 AC3200 (R800), it is unveiling the first Tri-Band router to hit the market, promising to deliver to home users the best WiFi band compatible with their device, whether old or new, and adjusted for their particular needs.

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NETGEAR announces STS7000 home security tablet

NETGEAR announces STS7000 home security tablet

Part of the connected home initiative many are attempting to tackle is home security. NETGEAR and iControl have teamed up to make security a focus with thier new STS7000 unit. The touchscreen display will give you ful control over your home security, but can also be a hub for all things in your connected home.

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Netgear first to support BitTorrent Sync on NAS

Netgear first to support BitTorrent Sync on NAS

BitTorrent Sync is a feature that was announced a while back that is designed to be a cloud-like storage device that lets the user sync files across multiple devices. These files don’t have a home on the web like most cloud storage services, rather the files are shared across all your devices. BitTorrent has announced a new twist for BitTorrent Sync.

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Virgin Mobile Netgear Mingle hotspot gives 12.5 hours of active usage on battery

Virgin Mobile Netgear Mingle hotspot gives 12.5 hours of active usage on battery

Virgin Mobile has announced a new hotspot that uses its Broadband2go coverage plan called the Netgear Mingle mobile hotspot. The device is able to connect up to ten smartphones, tablets, or computers to the internet at one time via a shared mobile broadband connection. One of the coolest features of the device is its LCD screen.

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NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 Review

NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 Review

Netgear revealed its ambitious network storage plans early this year, rolling out the red carpet for an eventual launch of a handful of ReadyNAS units that would complement the ReadyNAS Duo v2 that we reviewed in 2011. We got our hands on one of these new units, the ReadyNAS RN102, a 2-bay connected device that offers up to 8TB of storage, which places it a step below the similarly-launched RN104. At about the same price of the Duo v2, the RN102 takes things up a notch in the hardware department, but is it ultimately worth the upgrade? Read our full SlashGear review to find out.

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