NETGEAR Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi System 350 sq m Coverage AC2200 Tri-Band with Router and 2 x Satellite

Netgear Orbi RBK43 Kit Router + 2x Satellite High-Performance AC2200 Tri-Band Home WiFi System, 3 piece kit 7500Sq

Scan code: LN85482 Manufacturer code: RBK43-100UKS Request call
RRP: £331.49
Pay on Scan Finance with a 10% deposit from just £7.65 / month (APR 15.9%)
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Monthly Payment: £53.19
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £306.49
Total inc. interest: £319.10
Monthly Payment: £27.52
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £306.49
Total inc. interest: £330.18
Monthly Payment: £18.98
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £306.49
Total inc. interest: £341.51
Monthly Payment: £14.72
Instalment Rate: 14.9% p.a. (fixed)
Cost of purchase: £306.49
Total inc. interest: £353.04
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Product Overview Features
Networking, Connectivity & Ports
Device Type N/A
Compatible Internet Connections  
Network Connectivity  
Network Ports  
Other Connectors N/A
USB Applications  
Wired Protocols  
Total LAN Connections  
Total WAN Connections  
64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance  
512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance  
Wireless Speed N/A
Wireless Protocols N/A
Wireless Band  
Operation Channel  
Wireless Transmitter Power N/A
Core Features
Router/Modem Processor  
Internal RAM Memory  
Internal RAM Memory Type  
Internal Flash Memory  
LED Indicators  
OS Support  
Max. Power Consumption  
PSU Type  
Security & VPN
Security Protocols N/A
Firewall/NAT No
VPN Support  
Physical Specifications

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24 months
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Manufacturer Contact Details
0134 445 8200
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