NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Review – a Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router

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Netgear nighthawk x6 review – By today maybe you have many wireless devices need to connect to the internet, from smartphone, computers until smartwatch. When all become connected to the internet simultaneously you might feel that the connection is not stable although you already have fiber optic connection to the internet. Let’s meet the NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router. This flag-ship router from Netgear not only stable but it also has the longest range of WIFI I ever use. This means you don’t have to buy another access point to extend the range, just use this router. Some says that the appearance look like spaceship and other remind them of bug in upside down position.

Review of NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Pros:

With the total speed up to 3.2Gbps this router make sure uninterrupted streaming

Tri-band WIFI router separate slower and faster devices automatically so the bandwidth utilization is very effectives and equipped with dual core 1Ghz processor for free lag gaming experience. One 2.4Ghz radio and two 5Ghz radios for load balancing make it the perfect tri-band router.

Bandwidth prioritization and Quality of Service for devices and application will make sure smooth operation when all devices are actives. This is excellent feature to make sure no application or device consume the most bandwidth and make the rest slow/suffer. I can watch bluray streaming from and ISO format file.

Powerful 6 antennas will maximize WIFI distance range in my experience this is the fastest and strongest WIFI signal for home area / office.

Comes with 5 port of LAN you can use for wired devices when required

Smart Connect intelligently selects best WiFi for every device

1 USB 3.0 port offers high-speed

Remote access facility called NETGEAR genie

To setup the router is very easy it will detect automatically based on connected network, it will know whether to use access point or router mode. Can up and running in 2-5 minutes.

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200

Review of NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Cons:

  • Antennas look not strong as it made from plastic
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