5 Reasons To Pick The Netgear Nighthawk R7000

There are so many tough decisions to make in life. What should I do for a career? Where should I live? Where should I go on vacation?

Perhaps though, there is another more serious question that needs answered – Should I go and get myself a Netgear Nighthawk router? Well, today is your lucky day!!!

The Nighthawk has been around for a few months now and has been fighting head to head with other AC1900 routers, including the Asus RT-AC68U and the Linksys EA6900. This article runs through 5 reasons to pick the Netgear Nighthawk R7000 and why should be on your wish list.

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#1 – It Has A 1GHz Dual Core Processor

If you’re multi-tasking on your computer you would have a multiple core processor that is capable of doing lots of things at once. So doesn’t it make sense to have the same on your router? The Netgear Nighthawk has an abundance of features as well as powerful wireless AC that may have multiple users at the same time, with Quality of Service on top, streamlining your data flows. With a Dual Core CPU and 256MB of RAM at it’s disposal, the R7000 can run multiple flows & features at the same time without any fear of locking up or bottlenecking under strain.

#2 – If You’re A Gamer You’ll Love It!

Quality of Service is a life-saver. Online gamers need to have priority over everyone and everything else on the network – otherwise they run the risk of suffering from lag and delay just because someone else on the network is downloading the latest episode of Game Of Thrones or the Big Bang Theory. QoS can be configured to make sure your gaming traffic gets first call on the network, and the Game of Thrones traffic can just wait it’s turn! This will help you climb the table in Call of Duty. Your router could be the difference between you coming 1st or 2nd in your team’s list.

#3 – USB 3.0

All AC routers should have at least one USB 3.0 port. There’s just no excuse for using USB 2.0 only in this day and age. Netgear have done the sensible thing and included a USB 3.0 port. Now you can stream from USB 3.0 drive across your network without the router being the bottleneck.

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#4 – There’s Lots Of Cool Features

You want features? You got ’em! You can do pretty much anything you want with the Nighthawk. From the basics, including Parental controls & WPS, to being able to prioritize traffic (QoS), simultaneously running dual band and having multiple networks – great for when you have guests who want Internet access but you don’t want them getting anywhere near your personal network and files!

#5 – It Looks AWESOME

Ok, so there’s a whole list of reasons why the Nighthawk R7000 should be on your comparison list. We’ve listed the more important reasons above. There is however another reason why it’s so cool – and that’s how it looks!
Yes, call us shallow and fickle all you want, but at the end of the day looks still matter right? As we said in our full review, the R7000 has a menacing look about it, like it means business. There really is no other router that even comes close to how good the Nighthawk looks – it winds hands-down in that department!


Alternatives To The Netgear Nighthawk


Asus RT-AC68U AC1900 Review Netgear R6300 AC1750 Apple AirPort Exreme Base Station Linksys EA6900

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  1. Great writeup, the Netgear Nighthawk was my #2 pick. Ended up going with a Cable Modem Wireless AC Router combo device instead…. check out my full write-up at http://www.squidoo.com/802-11ac-wireless-ac-router


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