Netgear’s new Arlo home security system is a lot like Nest Cam, except the cameras can run off battery power, so you really can stick them anywhere. If that sounds like something you’re looking for, Amazon will sell you a refurbished 5-camera starter kit for $360.
Once upon a time you could squeak by in life with a $60 router, which would do the simple job of blanketing your house in a respectable cloud of wi-fi. But in 2017, a satisfactory home network isn’t just a single cheap box tucked away in a corner. For many homes, it’s a whole system of routers, which work together to…
Wi-Fi range extenders can’t work miracles, but if there’s one spot in your house with spotty coverage, they can be a much cheaper solution than buying a new router. So at $30, why not give this one a try? That’s about $10 less than usual, and the best price Amazon’s listed since Black Friday.
If your home network has more holes than Swiss cheese, Netgear’s Nighthawk R6700 features beamforming, USB ports, and up to 1750 Mbps maximum throughput, meaning it’s more than enough router for most homes. You can save an additional $20 by clipping the on-page coupon, which brings it down to just $100.
If your home network is still based on older 802.11n technology, if you’re still paying a modem rental fee to your ISP, or if you’re sick of dealing with wireless dead zones, there’s a Cyber Monday deal just for you today.
If your home network has more holes than Swiss cheese, Netgear’s Nighthawk R6700 features beamforming, USB ports, and up to 1750 Mbps maximum throughput, meaning it’s more than enough router for most homes. Amazon’s currently listing it for an all-time low $140, but you can save an additional $20 by clipping the…
Routers are going through a design renaissance of sorts, and Netgear is a microcosm of that change. Take, for instance, the company’s popular Nighthawk router—black, angular, full of antennas. It’s everything Netgear’s newest router isn’t. Called Orbi, this router embraces the well-design future of your home’s…
Within the last two years, routers have gone from ugly boxes tucked away in shame to well-designed products, complete with a variety of new technologies and user-friendly interfaces. Led by ambitious startups like Eero, Luma, and Starry, and even bigger companies like Google’s OnHub, routers are having a gadget…
If you thought Amazon’s own-branded products were a little strange—baby wipes, anyone?—then things just got a little more serious. The retailer has just announced that it’s starting to sell its own ARM-based silicon chips.
If you aren't totally satisfied with your home network, Amazon's got a ton of deals for you in today's Gold Box.
BitTorrent Sync is basically explicitly designed for people who need to move huge amounts of data back and forth between different devices. Now the service is getting support for the network attached storage these types are likely to use.
While Google's Chromecast might seem poised become the quintessential universal streaming device, it's taking a hell of a long time to get there. So in the meantime, Netgear's new NeoMediacast dongle is picking up where Chromecast left off by offering streaming content with Micro SD storage capabilities—assuming…
Add Netgear to the long list of tech companies joining up with Google TV—it just jumped onboard the train with its NeoTV PRIME streaming box.
Netgear has been boosting wireless signals for a while, but its newest range extender works with AirPlay speakers for the first time. The Wall-plug Edition (WN3500RP) will amplify your Wi-Fi signal and frequency and it'll work with your speakers from your iPhone, iPod, or through DLNA.
Worried about midnight intruders? Netgear's VueZone camera—already a popular security solution—just got night vision powers.
You can't be a gadget company and show your face on the playground without selling some way to make our TVs smart TVs. Whether this is a good thing is a matter of some dispute. But Netgear is throwing down.
Wi-Fi sucks. Well, it sucks if your router is lurking in a subterranean realm of your apartment and your gaming rig is located aboveground with an iron staircase in between the two and you don't want to run 100 meters of cable or wire the apartment with ethernet because you don't own the building.
It's easy to become jaded when you review as much cutting-edge hardware as we do. We try not to be curmudgeons, but we do get grumpy when next-gen hardware fails to make a leap in performance-or worse, when it falls behind the gear it's intended to supplant. So we're happy to report that benchmarking Netgear's new…