NETGEAR Nighthawk Dual Band AX1800 Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 System (MK63) - 3 Pack - Only at Best Buy
- Three units with 2 powerful satellites cover up to 4,500 sq. ft. to provide lightning-fast, seamless Wi-Fi throughout your home, eliminating dead zones
- Add satellites (sold separately) to expand the coverage to every nook and corner of your home
- Nighthawk App allows easy set up and control of your whole-home mesh Wi-Fi system
- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and dual-band technology with combined speeds of over 1.8Gbps allows all the members of your family to simultaneously browse, play, or stream using multiple devices without interruption
- Backwards compatibility supports all older Wi-Fi devices, including those compatible with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n), and earlier Wi-Fi versions (802.11a/b/g)
- One Ethernet port, one LAN port, and one WAN port allows lightning fast, wired connectivity
- Quad-core 1.5GHz processor with 128MB flash memory and 256MB RAM delivers powerful performance
Wireless Networking Features
Network Security / Management Features
- Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Router (MR60)
- 2 x Mesh WiFi 6 Satellites (MS60)
- 2m Ethernet Cable
- 3 x 12V/1.5A Power Adapters
- Quick Start Guide
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Of the 30 reviewers who responded, 16 would recommend this product.
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- Tried many - this was the best for 2400sq ft house- September 27, 2020
I have Bell 1.5 Gbps internet with Home Hub 3000 Router. Bell Whole Home Hub was poor and couldn't deliver consistent signal to my office room, causing me to disconnect a lot in between meetings and sometimes during my gaming sessions. I tried about 5 Mesh systems that week (My second best was ASUS AX6100) including Google Nest Wifi, Eero, TP Link. My test results are based on ethernet cable being connected to a mesh in my room and my computer. My room is downstairs and about 25ft away from the Router Mesh. Eero was very consistent and gave me about 150-200 Mbps speed with Ethernet cable and 100-140 Mbps on wifi. AX6100 gave me 300-350Mbps on ethernet and 240-260Mbps on wifi from my room. Nest was good but sometimes lost connection on wifi while changing channel. It gave me 200-250 Mbps on ethernet and 150-160 Mbps on wifi. Lastly, I got this and I got amazed by how easy it was to setup and also on speed test. I was getting 1ms latency, 400-480 Mbps on ethernet and 350-400 Mbps (with 5ms latency) with wifi. And the connection is super consistent. One tip for anyone who's trying to set up Mesh with Bell Home Hub. Connect it to Lan 4, not WAN, then login to bell server and change the speed limit for Lan 4 to max. For 1.5Ghz, it's locked to 1Ghz but it can be unlocked for higher (call bell).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Invisible, excellent performer!- May 21, 2020
I needed a system that simply provided excellent coverage and stable performance. I use ethernet backhaul so the capabilities and lower price point for this system matched my needs perfectly. All of my devices connected to the right node and are operating with solid stability and speed. I must add that I had to use tech support for the setup because the App did not recognize the satellites, although they indicated connected. Tech support had me redo the setup using an ethernet connection to the router, for each satellite, and everything was perfect after that. I am loving the simplicity and performance.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- easy, fast, good coverage- July 26, 2020
I originally purchased the Nighthawk 8 wifi router. I had a 3hour session with tech support to get it up and running. Then, while it worked fine, it didn't cover my entire 1200 sq ft house. so I took it back and got the Nighthawk Mesh WiFi 6 system. Wow! It easily covers my entire house with fast reliable internet speeds. As for installation, it was a snap. I just downloaded the app on to my phone and followed the instructions. Do plug in the primary unit and power it on before starting the app process. the app immediately looks for the it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.