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Are you ready for the best Wi-Fi possible? The Geek Squad has your back!

by Senior Social Media Specialist Senior Social Media Specialist on ‎10-23-2015 01:49 PM (4,131 Views)

If you are someone with a spotty Wi-Fi connection, you probably have gone through all the pitfalls. Losing connection walking into another room, turning the router off and on, waving your tablet all over your head- all signs of the digitally disabled. If you have to deal with any of these issues- the Geek Squad has a solution for you. Welcome to the Netgear Nighthawk DST AC1900!

 

Netgear Nighthawk AC1900

This new Nighthawk router was co-developed with the Geek Squad and is the first router given the official Geek Squad seal of approval. This unit features DST (Dead Spot Terminator) and Powerline- good for getting signal in those hard to reach places. With a gigabit AC wireless, your device can connect with far greater focus than a regular Wi-Fi connection.

 

Right now, the router comes included with free setup and one year Geek Squad Home Network tech support- 24/7/365 support is available at a moment’s notice either by phone or Internet. Also included is a 6 month Webroot subscription.

 

 

I recently found myself in the lucky position of having Fiber Internet installed in my neighborhood. Once it was hooked up, I went out and purchased this router to complete the installation. My house had several areas where signal was spotty- notably where I liked to perch my laptop. With this router, I have not had any signal interruption and am getting unbelievably fast downloads. I haven’t had any tech issues so far, but I know the Geek Squad is just a phone call away if I do.

 

I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a better connection in their home. Click here to check out the Netgear Nighthawk!

 

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Comments
by zachm
on ‎10-24-2015 09:51 PM

"With a gigabit AC wireless"

Are you saying this transmits wirelessly at gigabit speeds?

by Senior Social Media Specialist Senior Social Media Specialist
on ‎10-26-2015 01:30 PM

This unit has a maximum speed of 1900 megabits per second. 

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