Netduma R1 Router

Price: $199.99
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Manufacturer Description

Thanks to patented, novel software, the Netduma R1 router is proving to be a global sensation. Launched in December 2014, the Netduma router is already used by gamers and busy homes in over 90 countries, including some of the world's biggest YouTubers and pro-gamers, and has received multiple awards and nominations. The Netduma's unique software is perfect for busy homes, gamers and any household hoping to optimise their Internet connection. The Netduma R1 is compatible with all Internet connection types (e.g. dsl, adsl, Fibre etc), all Internet Service Providers and all modems. You will also be provided with the correct power cable for your country. There are so many features that they we can't do them all justice on Amazon's homepage so see www.netduma.com/features for more info

Product Features

The Netduma R1 is the only router in the world that will fix lag and congestion. Perfect for gamers and busy homes Eliminate congestion with Netduma's patent-pending Anti-flood, which allows everyone in your home to download & upload without affecting each other Guarantee game hosts / servers are located near your home with the world's only patented geographic filter. This dramatically reduces your game's lag Easily allocate bandwidth to your favourite devices, such as your console or PC, using a powerful yet simple, beautiful user interface, unlike any other router Compatible with all Internet connection types (e.g. dsl, adsl, Fibre etc), all Internet Service Providers and all modems; 5 Gigabit LAN ports, 802.11 b/g/n wifi with a theoretical max speed of 300mbps (50-150mbps more likely in real world). Outstanding, friendly customer support

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