NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (2-Pack)

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  • Overview

    The NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi System 2-pack delivers up to 3 Gbps of high-performance Wi-Fi throughout your house. Its sleek, modern design fits into any decor and provides up to 5,000 square feet of fast Wi-Fi coverage. The dedicated wireless connection between the Orbi router and satellite enables seamless 4K streaming, gaming and device connectivity everywhere in your home. Orbi also creates a single Wi-Fi name to maintain uninterrupted connections as you move from room to room or floor to floor.

    Highlights

    Includes one Orbi Wi-Fi Router and one Orbi Wi-Fi satellite to cover homes up to 5,000 square feet

    Dedicated wireless connection between the Orbi router and satellite delivers fast and consistent Internet speeds, even as you connect more devices

    Stream and play even faster with up to 3 Gbps combined Wi-Fi speeds — one seamless signal as you move from room to room or floor to floor

    Orbi app provides easy setup, quick speed tests and more

    Smart Parental Controls help you manage content and time online for any connected device

    Easily create a guest network for visitors — no need to share your Wi-Fi password

    Free 30-day free trial of NETGEAR Armor anti-virus and data theft protection for all of your iPhone and iPad models

    What’s in the Box

    One Orbi Router (RBR50)

    One Orbi Satellite (RBS50)

    Ethernet cable (2m)

    Two power adapters (12V/3.5A)

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Connections: Ethernet

    Height: 22.6 cm/8.9 in.

    Width: 17 cm/6.7 in.

    Depth: 7.9 cm/3.1 in.

    Weight: 890.5 g/1.96 lb.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: RBK50

    UPC or EAN No.: 606449116472

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: One-year limited

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  • 4.5 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      NOT 3 Gbps

      The stated 3 Gbps are the combined dedicated backhaul (4x4 MIMO, theoretical 1733 Mbps), the user available 2.4 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 400 Mbps) and the use The stated 3 Gbps are the combined dedicated backhaul (4x4 MIMO, theoretical 1733 Mbps), the user available 2.4 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 400 Mbps) and the user available 5 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 867 Mbps). Real life, people are measuring 300-500 Mbps LAN-WAN speeds, slower Wi-Fi. That being said, coverage and actual average speed is beyond anything else on the market right now! Just need Netgear to fix their firmware so Wi-Fi devices aren’t kicked off every once in awhile... You should also look into the Orbi Pro line, which is rated for up to 40 simultaneous connections (non-pro is rated to 20 in spite of identical hardware) and offers a few extra features at the same price. Do also notice the RBS50Y outdoor satellite, rated IP66 in the Netgear consumer site - and IP56 on their business site :)

      • Written by Rune M from København V

      24 of 26 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?NOT 3 Gbps

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      A Very Windows-Like User Experience

      I bought the Orbi cable modem for a fresh Spectrum install, only to be told by the technician that the 3.0 spec isn't supported by Charter nowadays ... Spectrum I bought the Orbi cable modem for a fresh Spectrum install, only to be told by the technician that the 3.0 spec isn't supported by Charter nowadays ... Spectrum requires 3.1. So I returned the unit to Apple, drove down the street to Target and bought the Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System. It was $40 more expensive, but at least it was readily available. My nearest Apple Store is some distance away. The interface is very Windows-like and belies the simplicity the product claims to offer. At one point, the UI demanded the router serial number and I was standing in the middle of the room, holding the modem upside down and trying to read the SN with a magnifying glass. As an Apple user, we take for granted that products should 'just work.' This one doesn't. Setup requires some time - each unit needs several minutes to power on, connect and register in the clumsy online app - and is not without frustration. All in all, I spent about 4 hours getting the two units to communicate properly.

      • Written by Jim M from Belleville

      11 of 12 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?A Very Windows-Like User Experience

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      can you fix this issue

      my phone have been hacked or some one attack for fishing

      • Written by antos C from riyadh

      4 of 38 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?can you fix this issue

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      A Very Windows-Like User Experience

      I bought the Orbi cable modem for a fresh Spectrum install, only to be told by the technician that the 3.0 spec isn't supported by Charter nowadays ... Spectrum I bought the Orbi cable modem for a fresh Spectrum install, only to be told by the technician that the 3.0 spec isn't supported by Charter nowadays ... Spectrum requires 3.1. So I returned the unit to Apple, drove down the street to Target and bought the Tri-Band Mesh WiFi System. It was $40 more expensive, but at least it was readily available. My nearest Apple Store is some distance away. The interface is very Windows-like and belies the simplicity the product claims to offer. At one point, the UI demanded the router serial number and I was standing in the middle of the room, holding the modem upside down and trying to read the SN with a magnifying glass. As an Apple user, we take for granted that products should 'just work.' This one doesn't. Setup requires some time - each unit needs several minutes to power on, connect and register in the clumsy online app - and is not without frustration. All in all, I spent about 4 hours getting the two units to communicate properly.

      • Written by Jim M from Belleville

      11 of 12 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?A Very Windows-Like User Experience

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      can you fix this issue

      my phone have been hacked or some one attack for fishing

      • Written by antos C from riyadh

      4 of 38 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?can you fix this issue

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      NOT 3 Gbps

      The stated 3 Gbps are the combined dedicated backhaul (4x4 MIMO, theoretical 1733 Mbps), the user available 2.4 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 400 Mbps) and the use The stated 3 Gbps are the combined dedicated backhaul (4x4 MIMO, theoretical 1733 Mbps), the user available 2.4 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 400 Mbps) and the user available 5 GHz (2x2 MIMO, theoretical 867 Mbps). Real life, people are measuring 300-500 Mbps LAN-WAN speeds, slower Wi-Fi. That being said, coverage and actual average speed is beyond anything else on the market right now! Just need Netgear to fix their firmware so Wi-Fi devices aren’t kicked off every once in awhile... You should also look into the Orbi Pro line, which is rated for up to 40 simultaneous connections (non-pro is rated to 20 in spite of identical hardware) and offers a few extra features at the same price. Do also notice the RBS50Y outdoor satellite, rated IP66 in the Netgear consumer site - and IP56 on their business site :)

      • Written by Rune M from København V

      24 of 26 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?NOT 3 Gbps