Netgear Orbi AC3000 Whole Home Mesh WiFi System - Twin Pack

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About this product


  • Monitor all connected devices via free NETGEAR Orbi app
  • Compatible with Amazon Alexa for voice control
  • WiFi Mesh technology offers thorough consistent connectivity up to 5,000 square feet

Product overview

• Tri-Band AC3000 speed* gives you a reliable, secure WiFi connection throughout your home
• Enjoy a full coverage WiFi ‘Mesh’ connection without dead-zones or low signal areas
• Create a High speed connection for all your wireless devices and reduce buffering and game lag
• Quick and easy to setup, the Orbi Router works straight from the box with your existing ISP
• A single SSID lets you take devices from room to room for maximum WiFi coverage
• Link multiple wired devices to create a LAN using high speed gigabit Ethernet ports
• Maintain a fast, strong connection when multiple devices are connected via Wi-Fi, using MU-MIMO technology
• Dynamically optimise your wireless connection to ensure that best speeds are achieved at all times, regardless of the number of devices connected.
• Ultimate scalability, increase your WiFi range with additional Orbi Satellites
• Monitor all connected devices using a smartphone or tablet device with the Netgear Orbi Whole Home WiFi System
• Manufacturer model number: RBK50-100UKS
• Two-year manufacturer’s warranty

* Wireless signals may be affected by environmental factors such as thickness of walls, building materials and the number of connected devices

What is the Netgear Orbi?
The Netgear Orbi is a combination router and separate WiFi Orbi satellite that will help expand your home wireless signal to eliminate areas of low or no signal. Multiple Orbi satellites can be connected to the Orbi router and expand your wireless signal up to a further 2,000 square feet for each satellite connected. This means you can easily cover your home with a high strength WiFi connection that is accessible to multiple users

What wireless speed can I expect from the Netgear Orbi?
The Netgear Orbi router and satellite uses three wireless bands which work in tandem to create a high speed wireless network. Broken down, each band operates at speeds of 1,733Mbps + 866Mbps + 400Mbps. This gives each of the connected devices the option to operate on a separate 2.4GHz or 5GHz band from other devices, this keeps your WiFi speed fast when someone is streaming 4K media or playing online games. This also keeps your wireless network providing its best WiFi speeds when multiple users are connected.

What can I connect to the Netgear Orbi?
Further to the wireless features of the Netgear Orbi, the router is home to three Gigabit Ethernet ports which allow you to connect devices such as smart televisions, games consoles and personal computers. Four more Ethernet ports are also located on the Netgear Orbi satellite, which lets you connect wired devices to your network at a distance from your router – without the need for long network cables.

A USB port is featured for you to connect devices such as USB printers, mass storage devices and digital cameras, which can be accessed across your network.

Is the Netgear Orbi easy to setup?
The Netgear Orbi has a simple setup process which works straight from the box, and can be achieved in minutes with the Netgear setup app from your phone. The Netgear Orbi uses a single WiFi name (SSID) for both the router and the satellite, meaning that you can access your Wi-Fi network without having to swap access points. Pairing the Netgear Orbi satellite to the router is easy, as the satellite uses a one button pairing process to expand your wireless network quickly, without fuss.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Home WiFi - a little expensive though I bought this device a few weeks back having read about this and a few others. I needed a wifi that would cover my house with out any gaps. This device does just that and the speed throughput is full. So now I can get my actual speed of my Internet through my wifi. Negative points are the size of the wifi units are quite big, alot bigger than I was expecting but nevertheless I have managed to blend in. The price is the other I feel that for this price I would expected much more features then it has. Would certianly recommend if you want good wifi.
Date published: 2017-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Netgear Orbi, In my view and for my requirements, Probably the best mesh system I bought this yesterday. (Peterborough Store, thanks Stuart) I have BT infinity 1 FTTC with about 28 Mbps on internet speed, with the BT Smarthub. I was looking for a more robust wifi system with better coverage. The orbi is a router and mesh Wifi system. I was told it works with all ISP supplied hubs in the UK. Set up, followed the instructions, connected Orbi router to BT Smarthub and turned it on. Logged into Orbi via wifi as instructed, from a pc. The Orbi recognised the Smarthub as a gateway for internet access and set things up accordingly. I then positioned and turned on the satellite and that connected, went through changing admin password and wifi SSID (to same as BT Smarthub so I didnt need to change all the devices in the house) and turned Wifi off on the BT Smarthub. I disconnected Samsung smartthings hub and Philips Hue hub from BT smarthub and connected these direct to the Orbi router. Had to forget the netork wifi on a few devices and reconnect. All went smoothly and everything works well. I also have Samsung wireless speakers (R1), these also connected without any problems. (these were often trouble on the BT wifi for some reason and would take several attempts to connect, but not with the Orbi.) The Orbi is a tri band system with a dedicated 1.7Gbps 5Ghz wifi channel for internet connection to the satellites leaving the other 2 channels for device connections. It has only been a day but all is working as it should. Wifi accross the bungalow (1500 sq ft and solid walls) is delivering full internet speed throughout. The network seems far more responsive with less latency than before. OK so thats the good news, now the not so good. The Orbi router and satellite are quite big (I don't care) the power adaptor is quite large (I don't care) the price is high (I don't care) the finish on the units mark quite easily if you have dirty hands (I don't care). You cannot seperate the 2.4 and 5 Ghz wireless, would be nice to have the option but not a deal breaker. If you think I like the Orbi your wrong, I LOVE it.
Date published: 2017-04-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Difficult setup. Works OK Took over an hour to set up. Got to switch my virginmedia superhub to modem mode, then setup, then download firmware updates. The download of these hung for over an hour and needed reloading etc. I tried to call netgear support - NOT EASY - got to upload a photo of proof of purchase, register etc etc then I was kept waiting on the phone for an hour, then I gave up. By that time, the update had loaded. A few reboots later, it seems to work. I get 43Mbps via wifi. Not too bad but seems slower than the superhub was when in the same room. Coverage of the house seems ok, so I guess job done, but I was swearing never to get another netgear product, and will still avoid them where possible
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good - when it works!! The Orbi is good when it works (5*)! At the start Wi-Fi drops several times a day. Now since the last firmware it's several times an hour!! (1*) The wired internet keeps working so it's something to do with the Orbi wifi. I would wait until Netgear get this sorted (or buy something else)
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All my wifi problems gone An outstanding product that is not cheap but worth every penny. Extremely easy to setup and if required more advanced features are available to the more experienced user. Built to the usual high Netgear hardware and software quality.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent - Fixed my wifi issues I live in a 3 floor house and had tried powerlines and wifi extenders but never got close to max speed in the loft (2Mbs) now with Orbi I get 50 (Max speed at the router). Well worth the money if you need fast reliable Wi-fi.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stunning Speeds! Easy to set up - I now only have 1 wifi throughout the very complex layout of my house, I get 75MB down and 20up to my wired PC, from both the main Orbi and the satellite I get 70 and 15 from my MOBILE device via wifi - simply stunning. I don't notice the Orbi now, but by heck if it were ever to go I'd realise what I was missing.........
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I've been struggling with patchy wifi reception around the house, despite range extenders. I was going to buy the BT Whole Home system but, having discussed the issue with the team at Maplin, I opted for the Netgear Orbi - great choice, so easy to install and the house is now alive with WiFi!
Date published: 2017-02-21
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Package Contents:

1x Orbi Router
1x Orbi Satellite
1x 2m Ethernet cable
2x Power adapters
1x Quick start guide

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My home is cat-cable wired.  Can I connect one unit via Ethernet?  (I'm hoping this will work, because my building is concrete, and no extender can penetrate to my basement.)

Asked by: Jonathan71
Yes, you can use ethernet for backhaul - exactly what you need.
Answered by: Daggers
Date published: 2018-01-23

The Internet line enters an outbuilding 15 metres from my house. The far end of the house is then a further 20 metres. Will this system work for me?

Asked by: Monkey man
Unfortunately we cannot confirm full compatibility as it depends on the environment the units are placed in.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2017-11-26

Does this broadcast 2 SSID’s, (2.4&5) if not will all devices which only operate on the  2.4Ghz range still connect?

Asked by: Graham
You can configure this to do both.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2018-01-23

I'm seeing and hearing differing views on the connection. Does the Orbi system actually replace your existing router (as some answers have said), or does it work alongside it, connected via the ethernet cable (as some other answers have said)? Thanks

Asked by: TrevReav
It can do either however it would work best when replacing your router.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-09-11

Can I connect this to my virgin media modem.

Asked by: Desy
Yes, I am pleased to advise this product will do exactly as you require.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-09-05

How are the orbi ac 3000 station interconnected. If they use the power lines, does it still work properly when the connection is via the fuse box e.g. approximately 50 meter cable ?

Asked by: sualk
Full details about how the item works and is set up can be found in the link below
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-06-28

I have a new garden office and need my wifi from the house to work in the new place but it's 90ft from the house would the Orbi cover and work this distance?

Asked by: Steveo
Yes, I am pleased to advise this will be suitable for your needs.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2017-06-07

Can I change this for my sky hub and will it solve the issue of dead spots in a house with thick stone walls. I have bought a TP-Link from you but this has not solved the issue.

Asked by: Norma
It is possible that this could work, however we would be unable to guarantee as environmental factors can vary as to the cause of dead spots. This does have the advantage of including a satellite unit to boost the WiFi range so would likely fare better than a router alone.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2017-05-26
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