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So whats the XR450?

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Killhippie

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I noticed that Netgear are now selling a XR450! seems identical but has slower speeds over 2.4Ghz 600Mbps not 800Mbps, apart from that not sure if this is a unit for a different country or a American Best Buy type exclusive. Any info on this?

https://www.netgear....duct/XR450.aspx



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Slower speeds is only difference as far as I'm aware, its exclusive for a store


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Slower speeds is only difference as far as I'm aware, its exclusive for a store

I thought that might be the case, thanks for the quick answer Fraser.



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So just to confirm, I'm not going to see any differences being on wireless-AC?



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So just to confirm, I'm not going to see any differences being on wireless-AC?

Both of the routers have 802.11ac and if you have ac clients you will see a faster connection much faster and I would say more stable as well but it’s backwards compatible with previous versions.





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