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For those who want to monitor and tweak the Nighthawk X4 from a tablet or smartphone, the Genie app is also available for mobile operating systems and has all the functionality most consumers will need.
NETGEAR Nighthawk X4 – AC2350 Review – Conclusion
Starting off with the build quality and design of the Nighthawk X4 we have a router which very much stands out in its marketplace. The angled design looks like some sort of spacecraft and the nice chunky antenna add an extra aesthetic appeal to it. We like that there are a decent amount of status LEDs … and that they can be disabled. We also feel that the port layout is good with the least accessed on the back and USB / eSATA on the sides where we can reach them easily. The use of matt plastic is also a good move, it hides dust much better than a glossy finish.
As far as setup and maintenance goes, no significant issues to report. Setup, as always with Netgear, is quick and easy. Just plug in the router, turn it on and follow the on-screen instructions. We can connect devices with the push of a button and having web, application and mobile access to the admin functions covers all the bases. It is also good to find that the firmware can be updated from within the panel, rather than needing to find a separate download as with some of the competition. If we had one complaint it would be that Netgear need to work on their interface, firstly making it a touch more responsive and it wouldn’t hurt to give it a more modern skin too.
On the performance front, again no issues to report. The router was completely stable during our testing. All devices we tested, both 2.4GHz and 5GHz, connected and operated without issue. The X4 was able to handle multiple users streaming video while others gamed and surfed. Signal strength was decent too, similar to other high end models from the likes of Linksys and TP-Link.
Given that the retail price is a competitive £169, down from over £200 at launch, the Nighhawk X4 (R7500) wins our recommended award.