Wi-Fi 7 Revolution: Netgear Unveils Two New Game-Changing Routers, Nighthawk RS300 and Orbi 770 – Preorder Now for Unbeatable Prices!

New York, NY – Netgear has unveiled two new Wi-Fi 7 routers, the Nighthawk RS300 and the Orbi 770, offering users faster wireless speeds and connectivity options. Both routers are equipped with 2.5Gbps ports and the advantages of Wi-Fi 7 technology, including 320Mhz channels that can potentially double wireless bandwidth for compatible devices.

The Orbi 770 router features four 2.5Gbps ports, with one for connecting to the modem and three for distributing internet to other devices. The satellite mesh nodes also have two 2.5Gbps ports each, allowing for additional connections. Compared to its predecessor, the Orbi 970, the Orbi 770 comes at a lower price point with slightly reduced bandwidth capabilities.

To fully utilize the benefits of the 320Mhz channels, users will need devices with Wi-Fi 7 capability connected to the 6GHz band. The Orbi 770, priced at $999.99 for a three-pack, offers a more affordable option compared to the Orbi 970, priced at $1,699.99 for a three-pack.

One of the key features of these routers is Multi-Link Operation (MLO), a new feature in the Wi-Fi 7 standard that allows for simultaneous connections on two bands for a more stable connection. While older devices may not directly benefit from MLO, the Orbi and its satellites can take advantage of this feature to improve network stability and performance.

The Nighthawk RS300, priced at $329.99, is a tri-band router with similar specifications to the Orbi 770. It offers a 6GHz band with 320Mhz channel bandwidth and a 5GHz band with 160Mhz bandwidth. The router provides multiple ethernet ports for wired connections and supports up to 100 devices with coverage of approximately 2,500 square feet.

Both the Orbi 770 and Nighthawk RS300 are available for pre-order on Netgear’s website and will be released to other retailers in the near future. These new routers aim to provide users with improved speeds, connectivity, and network stability in their homes or offices.