NETGEAR Nighthawk Router, Ideal for Gamers and Streaming

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Netgear-LogoNETGEAR has just launched its latest dual-band 802.11ac wireless router geared toward online gaming and video streaming. The Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000) provides superior speed and range.

The Nighthawk packs a powerful 1Ghz dual core processor along with USB 3.0 for power and connectivity. Combined with the ultra-fast WiFi connection, this router is ideal for homes that have multiple mobile devices that demand bandwidth. Namely gaming and video.

NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000)Three external antennas help to boost the WiFi range throughout the house, covering areas that one might not normally be able to receive a connection.

The Nighthawk router hosts a number of other useful features. The NETGEAR Beamforming+ is a technology that strengthens signals to wireless devices. Once a device is connected to the network, Beamforming+ pinpoints where each are located and focuses WiFi signals there in order to deliver faster and more reliable connections.

Smartrouter? I think so.

“NETGEAR designed Nighthawk to be the best WiFi router in the world today, bar none. Our goal was to make the best router for data-intensive activities such as online gaming and video streaming,” said Sandeep Harpalani, NETGEAR director of product marketing for Core Networking.

“We’ve listened to the demands of high bandwidth users and packed Nighthawk with features to surpass their expectations for speed, range, sharing, reliability, ease of use and security — the must-haves for enabling an increasingly connected digital lifestyle. Simply put, Nighthawk is for anyone who wants the best.”

So if you have a household of online gamers and/or video-watching fanatics, you’ll do well to check out the Nighthawk router and all the features it offers. Sharing is caring, right?

The Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000) is available now. Visit for full details and pricing information.


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