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The review is part of a piece discussing MU-MIMO technology and highlighting some top devices with that capability.
The piece outlined the specs of the R7800 and called it out as one of the top devices “delivering the best performance of any we tested.” The article called out the device for being expensive but overall said “it's worth the extra few dollars to eliminate the need for purchasing range extenders and other paraphernalia to extend signals throughout the average, multi-story house or office.” Gear Diary published a positive review of the Arlo Wire-Free.
The reviewer called the device “really well-rounded” and said it “runs flawlessly for media transcoding.” Windows Central included the EX7000 in their list of best Wi-Fi extenders for improving coverage in the home.
They called out features such as a high-gain antennae to maximize coverage, five gigabit ports for connecting devices via Ethernet and a USB 3.0 port for access to stored media.
The review noted that they initially “gave a mixed review of Netgear’s documentation” but said now “Netgear really did a great job of communication and documentation.” The review noted a few issues they had regarding populating content across folders and the photo upload function which they outlined their potential fixes for.
Overall though the reviewer said the upgrade is “very stable and appears to be a worthwhile addition to what was already a very robust NAS device.” Hudson Valley Press published an article on improving small office/home networks and discussed the R8500, PLP1200 and Pro SAFE Click Switch.
The review praised how easy the device is to use with Netgear’s Genie interface and liked features such as beamforming and MU-MIMO.
Overall, they gave it a score of 4.5/5 and said “the Arlo Q security camera outperforms most other home security cameras and really competes with the infamous Nest Cam.” Michael Berman’s personal blog Jocgeek published a positive review of the R7800.
The reviewer said the R8500 exhibited "rock solid stability" and praised "top-spec features like three quad-stream radios, six Ethernet ports, [and] future proofing Wave2 enhancements (e.g.
MU-MIMO)." They called out the price as being "on the high side" but overall said it is "a great solution for those with a large home looking for a cutting edge Wi-Fi system." The Tech Reviewer posted a positive review of the R7800.
Hot Hardware included the Arlo Wire-Free in a list of their top IT Security Cameras for office or home.
The review liked features such as 720p video recording, night vision and weatherproof design.