NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro XR700 Gaming WiFi Router

NETGEAR has released Nighthawk Pro XR700, its latest AD7200 gaming WiFi router. Need a more stable and fast network connection for your gaming? Let’s keep checking.

NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro XR700 Gaming WiFi Router

The Nighthawk Pro XR700 is a high-performance WiFi router that works with Xbox, PlayStation, PC and more. The router measures 15.3 x 12.5 x 5.3 inches and weighs 6.26 pounds. As we can see from the images, it has a sleek, streamlined appearance design, and the black exterior with red accents allows it to blend well with your gaming console or computer. Meanwhile, the compact and slim form factor ensures you can easily place it anywhere in your room.

NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro XR700 Gaming WiFi Router

The WiFi router features AD7200 Quad Stream Wave2 WiFi that delivers up to 4600(AD)+1733(5GHz)+800(2.4GHz) Mbps wireless speed for a stable and fast wireless network. And it comes equipped with 7 Gigabit Ethernet ports, so you can use cables to connect it with your PC, gaming consoles and other devices for more stable wired speeds, and 10 Gigabit LAN SFP+ port allows for lighting fast backup and streaming from a NAS.

Furthermore, the gaming WiFi router is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core processor in order to provide improved performance efficiency for all connected devices and keep the connection and speed consistent and reliable. Moreover, using an intuitive gaming dashboard, you can effortlessly control connected devices and check real-time bandwidth usage. The Geo Filter ensures it delivers optimal connection by limiting distance to game servers or other players, and using whitelist and blacklist you can get a guaranteed local connection.

The Nighthawk Pro Gaming WiFi router is priced at $499.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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