NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Tri-Band Mesh Wi-Fi System (3-Pack)

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  • Overview

    The NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi System 3-pack delivers up to 2.2 Gbps of high-performance Wi-Fi throughout your house. Its compact, modern design fits into any decor and provides up to 6,000 square feet of fast Wi-Fi coverage. The dedicated wireless connection between the Orbi router and satellites 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 two compact Orbi Wi-Fi satellites to blanket homes up to 6,000 square feet

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

    Stream and play even faster with up to 2.2 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

    Five Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports for directly connecting your home media centre, game consoles and home office devices

    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 (RBR20)

    Two Orbi Satellites (RBS20)

    Ethernet cable (2m)

    Three power adapters (12V/1.5A)

    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

    UPC or EAN No.: 606449131338

    Warranty

    Note: Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer — please see your product box and literature for details. Benefits under the manufacturer's warranty are in addition to rights provided by consumer law. For details, click here.

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  • 5.0 Average
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Great mesh system

      After upgrading my Virgin Media connection to 200 Mbps I decided to get a better WiFi system than the Super Hub 3.0 supplied by Virgin. After much research I de After upgrading my Virgin Media connection to 200 Mbps I decided to get a better WiFi system than the Super Hub 3.0 supplied by Virgin. After much research I decided on the Orbi RBK23 (this product). I bought the system from another online store as Apple wasn’t selling it at the time. Now that they are I’m even more confident that I decided on the correct system. The router and satellites look very good. Wherever they’re positioned they don’t look out of place and they’re a good shape and size to basically go almost anywhere. Setup can be a little tricky, but all networking can be. Using the Orbi app is the easiest solution but more advanced features can only be accessed from the web browser interface. This may be difficult for novice users but shouldn’t be too much hassle for intermediate or advanced users. The satellites can connect directly to the router, or they can “daisy chain” through each other, with one satellite connecting to the router and another satellite connecting to the aforementioned satellite. This allows greater coverage over long distances. The system also connects to itself using a dedicated and separate WiFi band, meaning coverage and performance are both improved simultaneously without risk of interference. Devices automatically connect to the closest router or satellite, but occasionally a device will connect to the router first and eventually connect to a satellite if it gives better signal. There’s no manual override, so leaving the system to decide what’s best is your only option, but it seems to work. One killer feature is Orbi Armor (spelled with US English). This system provided by Bitdefender protects your network and connected devices by scanning for malicious URLs as well as network and device vulnerabilities. It also provides notifications regarding new connections to your network in real time, so you can tell when someone connects to your network. As a bonus it also includes Bitdefender software for your compatible devices, such as Windows, macOS and Android (there is an iOS version but it’s irrelevant). Given that so many devices (especially IoT devices) connect directly to the internet without much (if any) security features, this is a very welcome feature. It costs £60 a year, but that covers everything, so if you have many Windows, macOS and/or Android devices this is actually very reasonable. Besides, you can’t really put a price on security and privacy these days! I’ve been very happy with this system for the best part of a year. Regular updates and smooth running make this system one of the best out there. Coupled with a built in security system it should definitely be a consideration for others looking to upgrade or change their WiFi system. Highly recommended.

      • Written by Iain C from Shepperton

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great mesh system

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Great mesh system

      After upgrading my Virgin Media connection to 200 Mbps I decided to get a better WiFi system than the Super Hub 3.0 supplied by Virgin. After much research I de After upgrading my Virgin Media connection to 200 Mbps I decided to get a better WiFi system than the Super Hub 3.0 supplied by Virgin. After much research I decided on the Orbi RBK23 (this product). I bought the system from another online store as Apple wasn’t selling it at the time. Now that they are I’m even more confident that I decided on the correct system. The router and satellites look very good. Wherever they’re positioned they don’t look out of place and they’re a good shape and size to basically go almost anywhere. Setup can be a little tricky, but all networking can be. Using the Orbi app is the easiest solution but more advanced features can only be accessed from the web browser interface. This may be difficult for novice users but shouldn’t be too much hassle for intermediate or advanced users. The satellites can connect directly to the router, or they can “daisy chain” through each other, with one satellite connecting to the router and another satellite connecting to the aforementioned satellite. This allows greater coverage over long distances. The system also connects to itself using a dedicated and separate WiFi band, meaning coverage and performance are both improved simultaneously without risk of interference. Devices automatically connect to the closest router or satellite, but occasionally a device will connect to the router first and eventually connect to a satellite if it gives better signal. There’s no manual override, so leaving the system to decide what’s best is your only option, but it seems to work. One killer feature is Orbi Armor (spelled with US English). This system provided by Bitdefender protects your network and connected devices by scanning for malicious URLs as well as network and device vulnerabilities. It also provides notifications regarding new connections to your network in real time, so you can tell when someone connects to your network. As a bonus it also includes Bitdefender software for your compatible devices, such as Windows, macOS and Android (there is an iOS version but it’s irrelevant). Given that so many devices (especially IoT devices) connect directly to the internet without much (if any) security features, this is a very welcome feature. It costs £60 a year, but that covers everything, so if you have many Windows, macOS and/or Android devices this is actually very reasonable. Besides, you can’t really put a price on security and privacy these days! I’ve been very happy with this system for the best part of a year. Regular updates and smooth running make this system one of the best out there. Coupled with a built in security system it should definitely be a consideration for others looking to upgrade or change their WiFi system. Highly recommended.

      • Written by Iain C from Shepperton

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great mesh system