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What is the absolute best Netgear router?

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https://www.netgear.com/landings/ad7200/

 

All the other posts are wrong. this is the best Netgear router as of now.

 

802.11ac is old news. If you want the best, you will get this.

I need to find the best possible Netgear router. I would use ASUS routers, but I am far more familiar with Netgear configuration options and menus. Right now, I see three models I am considering:

AC2600 (R7800)

AC3200 (R8000)

AC5300 (R8500)

 

At one time or another these were all Netgear's top offering, and they all offer very very similar statistics. I only need to know which one has the best range and speed, as I will be using it to set up multiple wireless IP cameras.

 

Thanks!

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1 minute ago, Cinnabar Sonar said:

The first two links are the same router. (AC2600)

Fixed it.

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1 hour ago, .Typat said:

https://www.netgear.com/landings/ad7200/

 

All the other posts are wrong. this is the best Netgear router as of now.

 

802.11ac is old news. If you want the best, you will get this.

Thanks, I don't know why this doesn't show up in their normal catalogue.

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