NETGEAR Stories October 23, 2014

9to5Toys Last Call: iPad Air Smart Covers up to 50% off, Seagate 2TB desktop HDD $70, Beats Solo2 $160, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals: PSA: original iPad Air Smart Covers will fit iPad Air 2, save up to 50% now

USB 3.0 Desktop HDDs: Seagate Backup Plus 2TB $70 (orig. $120), WD Elements 3TB $91 (orig. $160)

Beats By Dr. Dre Solo2 on-ear headphones (all colors): $160 shipped (Reg. $200)more

Bang & Olufsen enters the competitive portable Bluetooth speaker arena with its gorgeous BeoPlay A2

Small States: Tinsel and Timber makes beautiful wooden homes for Apple TV and other accessories, multiple giveaways & 10% promo code

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NETGEAR Stories February 18, 2014

9to5Toys Last Call: Samsung 60″ HDTV $880, Netgear AC router w/ free cable modem $160, Mac app bundles, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals: 

Samsung 60″ 1080p 120Hz Clear Motion HDTV $880 shipped (Reg. $1800)

Netgear R6300 v2 wireless 802.11ac router w/ FREE cable modem $160 shipped ($300 value)

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NETGEAR Stories September 24, 2013

9to5Toys Last Call: $50 iTunes gift card for $40, Airport Extreme 5th gen. (Refurb.) $75, iPad 4th gen $425, iPad mini $295, more

From 9to5Toys.com:

A large majority of the deals we cover each day come from a variety of ‘Daily Deal’ websites or are so popular that they don’t even last 24 hours. We know you can’t be at your computer every second, so we’re going to round up the best deals each day to make sure you have a fair shot at the deals you want. Be sure to follow 9to5Toys.com so you never miss a deal... Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+.

Today’s featured deals:

SOLD OUT $50 iTunes gift card for $40: Save 20% on future app, music, movie, book purchases (Limited quantities remain)

Apple Airport Extreme 5th Gen (Refurb): $75 shipped (Reg. $180 new)

Apple iPad 4th gen. w/ Retina display 16GB WiFi $425 (Reg. $499), iPad mini 16GB WiFi $295 (Reg. $229)

Other great deals from today:

  • New! Netgear Wireless WiFi N Router with Integrated 4-Port Switch $18 shipped (Reg. $59)
  • New! Western Digital 3TB Elements External USB 2.0 Hard Drive $95 shipped
  • New! Iron Man 3 is now available on DVD/Blu-ray, here’s the best current deals
  • New! Pioneer DDJ-T1 & S1 DJ Controllers at $100 off: $600 shipped

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NETGEAR Stories April 26, 2012

Netgear announces 5G 802.11ac Wi-Fi router, speeds to 1.3Gbps!

We’ve talked about next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi that will be able to deliver Gigabyte Ethernet type speeds to your wireless devices.

The chips, also called “5G Wi-Fi” by Broadcom, do not correlate with 3G and 4G cellphone networks. The BCM4360, BCM4352, BCM43526 and BCM43516 chips improve Wi-Fi’s range and are significantly more efficient. Perhaps, the most tantalizing aspect is that the 5GHz-based technology has speeds beyond 1Gbps and is currently in the high-end range of consumer Ethernet.

Apple currently uses Broadcom Wi-Fi Chips in its Mac line and in its iOS devices, including iPad and iPods.  The latest MacBook Airs have the Broadcom BCM4322 Intensi-fi® Single-Chip 802.11n Wi-Fi Transceiver.  Maybe we will see something a little faster later this year…

Broadcom, the supplier of the first chips to support 5G Gig Wi-Fi, is not just the chip supplier for all of Apple’s iOS devices and Macs, it also provides chips to outfits like Netgear, which today announced the first 802.11AC Wi-Fi router that will be sold next month for a retail price of $199.

The R6300 will be backwardly compatible with N Wi-Fi and will be as future proof as you can get when it goes on sale next month. One has to wonder exactly how long Apple fans will have to wait in order to get this tech in their Macs. Remember…Apple was one of the first to the Wi-Fi Party with its AirPort, released in the late 1990s, and it is always near the front when it comes to Wi-Fi technology.

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