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NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000)


NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000)

NETGEAR
Nighthawk AC1900Smart WiFi RouterDual Band Gigabit
R7000

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R7000

Product Highlights
  • AC1900 WiFi—600+1300 Mbps speeds
  • 1GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Beamforming+ improves range & performance
  • High powered amplifiers & antennas to extend your WiFi coverage
  • Advanced features for lag-free gaming
  • Prioritized bandwidth for streaming videos or music
  • Free automatic backup software for Windows PC & Time Machine compatible for Macs
  • Manage your home network with NETGEAR genie
1GHz Dual Core Processor
AC1900

Gaming
GAMING – FOR THE WIN

Avoid character freezing & enjoy lag-free gaming with the ultimate in AC speed & performance. Nighthawk delivers AC1900 WiFi, a powerful dual core 1GHz processor, & advanced upstream QoS for optimized game play on consoles like the XBox. When microseconds count, let Nighthawk accelerate your game. For the win.

Streaming
STREAMING – UNLIMITED HD

Stop buffering and start enjoying uninterrupted streaming media. With features like downstream QoS, Beamforming+ and built-in iTunes server you’ll begin to stream like you mean it. Access your stored media quickly with USB 3.0 and keep it safe with free automatic backup software for PCs & Time Machine compatible for Macs.

Mobile
MOBILE – UP TO 100% FASTER

Improve your mobile WiFi speeds by up to 100% with Nighthawk! High-powered amplifiers & antennas help extend WiFi coverage throughout large homes & even backyards. Beamforming+ focuses WiFi signals to WiFi devices. With signals locked onto your device, experience what it really means to be mobile!


Features & Benefits

Speed
AC1900 Range

WORLD’S FASTEST WiFi –  Up to 600 + 1300 Mbps

Gigabit WiFi

GIGABIT WiFi – Next-generation WiFi now at Gigabit speeds

Sharing
DLNA Media Server

DLNA – Find & play your media on DLNA TVs & game consoles

ReadySHARE USB

ReadySHARE USB ACCESS – Wirelessly access & share USB hard drive & printer via two (2) USB ports

ReadySHARE USB 3

ONE SUPERSPEED USB 3.0 PORT – Up to 10x faster than USB 2.0

ReadySHARE Printer

ReadySHARE PRINTER – Wirelessly access & share a USB printer

ReadySHARE Vault

ReadySHARE VAULT – Free software for automatic PC backup to a USB hard drive connected to the router

Time Machine

TIME MACHINE – Automatic Mac backup to a USB hard drive connected to the router

Reliable Connections
Simultaneous Dual Band

SIMULTANEOUS DUAL BAND – Reduces interference for better connections to more WiFi devices

Advanced Qos

ADVANCED QoS – Optimized for smooth HD streaming & gaming

Beamforming

BEAMFORMING+ – Boosts speed, reliability, & range of WiFi connections

Range
Ultimate Range

ULTIMATE RANGE – WiFi coverage throughout your home

Antanna

ANTENNAS – High-powered amplifiers with 3 external antennas

Ease of Use
CD -Less Installation

EASY INSTALL – Easy setup for iPad, tablets, smartphones & computers

NETGEAR Genie

NETGEAR GENIE APP – Personal dashboard to monitor, control and repair your home network

  Push ‘N’ Connect

PUSH ‘N’ CONNECT – Easy push button WiFi connections (WPS)

Wifi & Power On-Off

WiFi & POWER ON/OFF – Convenient power savings

Security
VPN

VPN SUPPORT – Secure access to your home network

Live Parental Controls

PARENTAL CONTROLS – Web filtering for all your connected devices

Guest Network Access

GUEST NETWORK ACCESS – Separate & secure access for guests

Secure WiFi Connection

SECURE WiFi CONNECTIONS – Highest level wireless security with WPA/WPA2

Open Source

OPEN SOURCE SUPPORT – Download open source firmware from www.myopenrouter.com

FTP

PERSONAL FTP SERVER – Customized free URL to create FTP server

Choose the wireless router that fits your needs

  R6200v2 R6250 R6300v2 R7000
 
AC1200
AC1600
AC1750
AC1900
Specifications
Range Better Better Best Ultimate
Client-supported devices 8+ 10+ 12+ 12+
Simultaneous Dual Band WiFi (2.4GHz & 5 GHz)
yes
yes
yes
yes
Processor Speed 800MHz Dual Core 800MHZ Dual Core 800MHZ Dual Core 1GHz
USB Storage Access Speed Better Best Best Ultimate
USB Ports 1 USB 2.0 1 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 1 USB 3.0
Ethernet Ports 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
Key Features
NETGEAR genie
yes
yes
yes
yes
Guest Networks
yes
yes
yes
yes
Live Parental Controls
yes
yes
yes
yes
Broadband Usage Meter
yes
yes
yes
yes
DLNA
yes
yes
yes
yes
Beamforming+
yes
yes
yes
yes
Open Source Support (from myopenrouter.com)
yes
yes
yes
yes
ReadySHARE USB
yes
yes
yes
yes
ReadySHARE Printer
yes
yes
yes
yes
ReadySHARE Vault    
yes
yes
Apple Time Machine Compatible    
yes
yes
Personal FTP Server      
yes
VPN Support      
yes
Advanced QoS for Video Streaming      
yes
Advanced QoS for Gaming      
yes
iTunes Compatible      
yes
Applications
Email, chat, surf
yes
yes
yes
yes
Online gaming
yes
yes
yes
yes
HD Streaming
yes
yes
yes
yes
Multiple HD Streaming
yes
yes
yes
yes
NETGEAR genie mobile

NETGEAR genie app

  • Home network manager
  • Makes any printer AirPrint compatible to print from an iPad or iPhone
  • My Media – Find and play media files in your network
  • EX Mobile connect – Scan QR code to connect to your home network
  • Turbo-Transfer – Quickly transfer files within your home network across various devices 40% faster than normal file transfers
  • For PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, & Android devices
Beamforming

What is Beamforming+?

  • Focuses WiFi signals from the wireless router to WiFi devices like smartphones, tablets & laptops
  • Automatic signal management checks with your device to keep WiFi signal at its optimal strength
  • Designed for home environments to support multiple WiFi device connections for highest quality
  • Extends WiFi coverage, reduces deadspots, & boosts signal strength
  • Beamforming+ boosts speed & range for the newest AC WiFi devices like Macbook Air & Samsung Galaxy S4

Compatibility

Package Contents
  • Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Router
  • Three (3) detachable antennas
  • Ethernet cable
  • Power adapter
  • Quick install guide
Minimum System Requirements
  • Microsoft 8,7, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, UNIX, or Linux
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Firefox 2.0, Safari 1.4, or Google Chrome 11.0 browsers or higher
  • Use laptop with 2×2 300 3×3 450 Mbps adapter or 802.11ac adapter like NETGEAR A6200 for maximum performance
Technical Specifications
  • Model #: R7000-100PAS
  • Simultaneous Dual Band WiFi – 2.4 & 5GHz
  • WiFi Transmitters/Receivers (Tx/Rx)
      3×3 (2.4GHz) + 3×3 (5GHz)
  • WiFi Boost with high-powered radio amplifiers
  • Memory: 128 MB flash and 256 MB RAM
  • Downstream & upstream Quality of Service (QoS)
  • IPv6 support (Internet Protocol Version 6)
  • Five (5) 10/100 (1 WAN and 4 LAN) Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology

  • AC1900 Wi-Fi: 600+1300 Mbps Speed
  • First to market: 1GHz Dual Core Processor
  • Beam forming+ improves range & performance
  • High powered amplifiers & antennas to extend your Wi-Fi range
  • Advanced features for lag-free gaming
  • Free automatic backup software for Windows PC & Time Machine compatible for Macs
  • Manage your home network with NETGEAR genie
  • Prioritized bandwidth for streaming videos or music

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Question by judywasapunk: What wireless router would you recommend (under )?
Looking for a good wireless router that costs $ 50 or less. I was thinking D-Link, but their new routers have horrible reviews. Any suggestions?

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Answer by colin g
linksys has the best routers but they range about 10 to 15 dollars more than you want to pay

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What customers say about NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000)?

  1. 473 of 498 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The new standard for high end dual band WIFI routers!, October 11, 2013
    By 
    jjceo (Greenwood, Indiana) –
    (TOP 10 REVIEWER)
      
    (#1 Hall OF FAME REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000) (Personal Computers)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 8:49 Mins

    This is the best wireless WIFI router available at this time (IMHO). I had a very good router installed in my home and a secondary powerful AP (Access Point) that covers several acres of land. I can get a WIFI connection in some directions almost 500 yards away from my home. I removed that primary router (ASUS) and installed this one and then I took signal strength readings on the 2.4 GHz band at varying distances within my home and on different floors. The results show that on longer distances this router’s WIFI signal strength is more than 10 times stronger than the one I removed. I will post that detailed data later.

    When you unbox this router you will be shocked at its size. It is more than twice as large as my other routers and it takes up a lot of desktop real estate. Its performance makes it worth it though, especially if you have a larger home and need longer transmission distances.

    What’s in the box?
    * A high quality Ethernet cable to go from your cable modem to the WIFI router. The cable is 60 inches long.
    * An AC power supply to power the router. It is rated to operate from 100 to 240 VAC and 50/60 Hz. It is UL approved. The cable is 74.5 inches long from the tip of the AC plugs to the tip of the DC output plug. The power supply outputs 12 VDC at 3.5 Amps.
    * Three adjustable antennas that can be used to adjust the directionally of the WIFI coverage. They are also used to amplify the WIFI signal output from the router.
    * A brief instruction manual
    * There is no detailed user manual or disk included. (My only negative)

    On the top of the unit is a label and there is also one on the bottom that list the name of the default SSID and the network password key. On the back of the unit you will find:
    * Three gold plated screw on antenna connections.
    * A recessed reset push button.
    * Four Ethernet LAN ports rated at 10/100/1000 to allow up to a gigabit Ethernet connection which is ideal for the faster wired data communication speeds.
    * One yellow WAN Ethernet port that is to be wired to the output of the cable modem.
    * A USB port for use as an input/output for a network printer, external thumb drive or and external HDD for backups.
    * A power On/Off button for the router
    * The power input jack

    On the front of the router is a USB 3.0 port for connecting your devices like a USB flash drive or a HDD for back up processes. Since it is a USB 3.0 port save it for your faster speed requirements and use the slower USB 2.0 port on the back for items like your network printer. On the bottom of the router are labels that provide you with the factory SSID name, SSID password, Router admin password user name and admin password. If you change them to another value, WRITE THEM DOWN!

    The antennas are adjustable to allow you to adjust the WIFI transmission to achieve the best coverage for you home. There are several good WIFI Analyzer Apps available for your tablet that will help you to measure signal strength, look for open channels that you should use for a better signal and to help you possibly adjust your antennas. The beamforming+ functionality will help improve the coverage area of the WIFI network. This router will provide adequate coverage for most homes.

    This router has a 1 GHz dual core processor that helps speed up data communication and the use of the Admin functions. This was obvious to me while using the Netgear Genie software. This faster CPU speed is also ideal for fast gaming situations and the streaming of HD video. It provides faster and stronger WIFI signals with less stalling, stuttering and buffering.

    In addition this is a dual band router that provides a 2.4 GHz WIFI and a 5 GHz WIFI. This allows you to use the 5 GHz WIFI for video streaming and you will be able to control the video feed as well as you would a DVD player for fast forwarding, fast reversing and pausing. You can also split the workload between bands to maximize the speeds of the different tasks you are doing. For example, you can be backing up a computer using WIFI to a server while streaming HD video on the other bandwidth. This router is capable of up to 600 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz WIFI and up to 1300 Mbps on the 5 GHz channel. In my experience you will get much faster streaming on the 5 GHz WIFI but better range on the 2.4 GHz WIFI.

    This router also has programmable QOS (Quality Of Service) settings where you can prioritize certain applications like gaming or video streaming and assign the bandwidth you want to set aside for those applications. Some applications are critical for bandwidth considerations like VOIP, fast action gaming and streaming HD quality video.

    Here are some of my experiences from setting this router up:

    1. No disk is included in the kit and one is not needed to install the router to your internet…

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  2. 413 of 448 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just… Holy… Crap!, October 19, 2013
    By 
    David “Digital Dave” (San Jose, US, Canada) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000) (Personal Computers)

    My Experience: 19 years in the IT industry as a Systems Administrator. I have worked for the largest companies on the planet (IBM, HP, Intel) and then did 10 years in the start-up world. I know how to put a network together. I know what works and I know when it doesn’t.

    Like a lot of the reviewers here, most of us seem to be coming from either older routers or replacing Asus routers (at an alarming rate I might add from what I have been reading.)

    Like a lot of you, I am ALSO replacing an ASUS Router I have had for about a year now. It’s not that I wasn’t okay with the Asus router I just needed more from the router!

    I live on the East Coast and I have a tri-tiered house and getting a signal to the basement has been a challenge. I ended up having to put in a powerline Network (el-sucko when it comes to speed) and wanted to improve that throughput several times over. I also have, at times 3 kids who LOVE (and I mean LOVE) videos and online gaming over a wireless connection. I needed a router that could keep up and going from a single core CPU router to a dual core with TWICE the throughput sounded like what I needed as my house has the following (all talking to my router):

    – 4 Roku’s (HD)
    – 4-6 phones
    – 6 tablets
    – 4 DVR’s
    – 4 TV’s (wireless and LAN)
    – 4 Blu Ray players (firmware updates)
    – 2 Surround Sound systems (firmware updates)
    – 2 gaming systems (if you have teenagers, you have gaming systems): 1 – XBOX 360 and One PS3. Both wirless connections.
    – 3-4 laptops (depends on which kids happen to be home)
    – 1 Desktop machine (mine, multiple NIC’s and active connections)
    … and I believe a Partridge in a pear tree (up in the attic!)

    Bottom line… I have a hell of a lot of things that have to talk to the router who are constantly chewing data. I needed more and I needed more fast!

    For me to purchase a new Netgear router took A LOT! I have been VERY disappointed with Netgears offerings as of late as prior to my Asus router purchase I had Netgears ‘other’ TOTL router, the R6250 Smart WiFi Router. That router was so bad, I had to take it back to the store once AND had to return the router to Netgear once (so x2 total) because it kept dropping connections and rebooting… all on its own. I had (up until that point) never had a router perform that bad. It blew…

    That said, it looks like Netgear has FINALLY listened to me! I wanted router that had a dual core processor and could cover my ENTIRE house or at least “talk” to my access point consistently without ‘losing the connection’ every time the wind blew.

    I do want to say upfront, I did look at the new Asus “super router” which also sports a dual core processor but I read a few reviews over on Newegg and it just doesn’t seem like it’s as good as what Netgear is offering (I know… mind blown also!) – […] – so I decided to give this spaceship a try.

    I bought this from my local Best Buy store as if it sucked I wanted to be able to take it back and not have to mess with the shipping.

    Like a lot of people state here this router is twice the size of any router out there (but looks really cool!). I honestly like it better since the cooling of the router seems to be much better especially when we’re cranking multiple video streams to multiple devices throughout my house. I can also tell you that after getting it hooked up and set up on the ‘inter-tubes’ I’ve noticed that even my wired LAN speed seems to be much smoother (not necessarily faster but smoother) than it was on my top-tier Asus router.

    Setup of this device was ridiculously easy. Actually easier than most other routers that I’ve set up over the years. I changed a IP addressing range and subnet, change the password, plug it in, and off I went.

    So far this has been an absolute pleasure to work with! That said I’ll see how it is in a couple of weeks but the smoothness of this router and the wireless speed I now get throughout the house is better than anything I’d had before.

    I’m not getting rid of my Asus router just yet. What I’m going to do is actually use it as an AP point in the basement after purchasing some very large antenna extenders so that I can get rid of the powerline adapter that I have down there. I believe any kind of wireless connection is going to be 10 times faster than the powerline adapter that I have down there right now.

    The only word of caution I have for Netgear is don’t screw up the firmware updates! Netgear has a tendency of putting out updates that actually cause the router to become unstable over a period of time. I just want any Netgear folks who happen to be reading this review to ‘take note’ of that. You put out a really nice product, probably the best product you have put out in several years… Don’t screw it up!

    Again, if you’re looking for a router that can…

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  3. 68 of 74 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing.. and here is why, January 14, 2014
    By 
    Ron (Maryland) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band WiFi Gigabit Router (R7000) (Personal Computers)

    This router is exactly what my family needed. I will give you a brief summary of our use and how it might apply to you.

    In our home we have Verizon Fios 75/35 and have been using the supplied Actiontec router for the past several years. Because my kids have gotten tablets recently and are constantly streaming Netflix, I have seen a decline in my wireless quality for my own use. I initially tried purchasing the newer wireless N router from Verizon, but that only gave a slight boost in my speed, if any. I also recently purchased an Nvidia Shield and needed a 5ghz AC router in order to take full advantage of the PC game streaming ability. At our highest usage we will have the following electronics connected wireless:

    Xbox One ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless N )
    Playstation 4 ( Capable of up to 2.4ghz wireless N )
    Ipad Air ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless N )
    Nexus 7 ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless N )
    Kindle Fire HD ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless N )
    2X Galaxy S4 Phones ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless AC )
    Nvidia Shield ( Capable of up to 5ghz wireless AC )
    Laptop with a recently added dual band wireless AC card

    With only one of these devices connected, using my supplied Fios router I was lucky to get 20/15 and that was close to the router. If I tried to go upstairs with a tablet my speeds would take a severe plunge to as low as 5mbs download speed. Needless to say, I have been searching for a better solution. Just on a side note, my speed on my PC when connected by ethernet averages 85/40

    After a ton of research my choices were narrowed down to three routers. The Netgear R7000, Asus RT-AC68U, and the Asus RT-AC66U. All three routers are fairly close in price, with the AC68U currently being the highest and the AC66U the lowest but also the oldest of the three routers.In the end it came down to the AC68U and the Netgear R7000. I’m not going to post all the specifics here but I will lead you to one of my sources so you can do your own research and make a logical decision for which you feel is right for you.

    […]

    The above website is a comparison between the Asus 68U and the Netgear R7000, and from my personal opinion is one of the best articles I have found during my research. I obviously went with the Netgear, but I will say it was a tough choice and I am sure the Asus performs very well and neither could be a bad choice.

    After researching various options I chose to keep my Fios router as a modem and disable wireless then bridge my Netgear to my Actiontec and use the Netgear as a wireless access point. Using this option I was able to keep my Verizon Fios TV guide, on demand, and DVR working as normal. If you try and take the actiontec router out completely, just keep in mind that you will loose some or all of those TV features.

    All of that might sound confusing, it did for me.. but it’s really not. Use the link below to research your various options and decide which is best for you. Then just follow the steps listed and you will have it running in no time.

    […]

    So how did this all work out in the end? Very very well and extremely pleased. It took me around 20 mins to set up the new router following those directions. After I applied all my new settings I then updated the Netgears firmware. For some reason I wasn’t able to use the ” search internet for upgrade” so I just went to the Netgear support page and downloaded the file and manually inserted it, worked like a charm.

    I live in a 2 story, 5400 Square foot home and regardless of where I am in the house I cannot loose a single bar. My signal is so strong and fast regardless of what device I use. I can even go outside in my yard and I am still able to maintain all the signal bars. Using my Galaxy S4 and my Nvidia shield i am able to get over 80mbs download speed ( keep in mind both of those devices take advantage of wireless AC ) My shield just gave me 85/39 with a 18ms ping after running another test just now.

    And speaking of the Nvidia Shield, what a great device it is. I won’t get into how much I love my Shield, because I do :)
    I picked mine up from a different retailer on a special and don’ regret it one bit. I know it hasn’t caught on much but someone out here might be interested to know that this router works flawlessly with Shield. Another reason I purchased this router, because it is listed on the Nvidia website as a recommended game stream router. Using my fios router my pc game streaming my choppy and barely playable on my Shield. Using this Netgear router I can now stream perfectly without a hiccup. I have been playing Batman Origins and Borderlands 2 streaming from my PC all day and I couldn’t be more satisfied.

    So all in all, I would obviously recommend this router to anyone with similar needs. Don’t let some of the negative reviews steer you away like…

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  4. My first router was Netgear and I loved it, it work flawlessly. Then I moved to another state and left my router. I had to buy another one, unfortunately the store I went to did not have Netgear and I had to have one right there right then. So I settled with Linksys..could not figure out how to set it up…wasn’t as easy as the Netgear. Had to call the computer tech guy and help me.

  5. pcworld.com

    they have tons of reviews. you can use it on any other technological item that you would need in the future.

  6. This is like asking which is the best type of breed of a dog, cat, etc. I can tell you one thing and someone else will tell you another. Also, your question was very limited. Are you wanting great wireless? Do you just want to have a wireless router that can hook up 4 wired computers? Do you want to be able to network additional routers and servers? How many end devices all together (computers, printers on networking, Network storages, etc)?

    If you are just wanting wireless, how far of a range do you need?

    How important is security to you? It is not very hard once able to get inside a router to find your way into individual PCs. You want a router with great security that will protect your from that. Never leave it unsecured!

    Take these questions and visit a computer store or visit one online. Ignore the reviews for a second and find something that fits your goal in mind. Then look at the reviews. How critical are the reviews? Who is doing them? Most sites allow anyone to do it so anyone could be leaving good or bad messages. You realize that most of the problems people complain about are usually not router problems? It could have been bad Cabling, bad ISP service, or even a lightning strike and they didnt put on a surge protector or battery backup ( i do this). Routers are just boxes to provide internet to multiple PCs. If you are trying to take it to the moon, you will pay more. Just to connect a few PCs, then you will have no problem pretty much buying anything in your price range. I do stick with any name brand though. Linksys, Netgear, D-Link.

    I personally use Netgear but this is because I have been using them so long and I am use to them. I would use Linksys or anything else in a heartbeat. It is all how you want the router to work for you.


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