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Deals May 17: Netgear 802.11ac Router + 2TB HDD $199

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. Netgear R6300 Wireless 802.11ac Dual-band Gigabit Router + 2TB Seagate USB 3.0 External Hard Drive for $199 with free shipping (normally $299 - using coupon code EMCXRWN42 will add the 2TB drive to cart directly).

 

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    JOSHSKORN , May 17, 2013 4:24 PM
    Lame. Router with USB 2.0, not 3.0??
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    razor512 , May 17, 2013 5:49 PM
    why cant netgear just release a new version of the wndr4700 that uses 802.11ac.
    Currently have the wndr4700 and it is the best router I have ever used so far. (the r6300 + seagate external drive seems like a weird combination (the r6300 from reviews that I have seen, does not have USB performance at a level that will justify any use above handling basic text files and other minor things. The 4700 on the other hand has NAS performance (especially with the latest firmware) that rivals many dedicated NAS boxes 35-40MB/s writes and around 90MB/s reads