Best Motorola Modem

Best Motorola Modem – While many manufacturers make modems, Motorola is a brand with a long track record, and that familiar name gives it broad appeal.

When choosing a Motorola modem, you should first ensure that the model is compatible with your ISP. After that, let the features you desire or expect to use guide you to a comfortable decision.

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1.ARRIS SURFboard SB6190

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A successor to Arris’ extremely popular SB6183, the SB6190 continues the company’s reputation for making some of the most reliable cable modems available. If you have a regular internet connection less than 1Gbps (which is what most of us have), the Arris Surfboard SB6190 will fit your needs just fine. There’s a really good chance you’ll take this out of the box, swap it with the modem from your cable company and not even think about the modem ever again.

It’s small enough to be tucked away just about anywhere, and is also certified by all the major cable providers, so you shouldn’t have a problem getting it running with your internet service provider of choice.

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2.NETGEAR Nighthawk Multi-Gig

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If you want the best performance and cost is no object, the Netgear Nighthawk CM2000 is the fastest cable modem you can get.

Keep in mind, in order to take advantage of this performance, you need a high-speed connection from your ISP and a router capable of sending information to your other devices at the fastest speed possible.

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3.Motorola MB8611

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If you want the best possible performance, but every nickel counts, the Motorola MB8611 is a good choice. You should see the same blazing speeds as the Netgear Nighthawk CM2000, but end up with a few more bucks leftover.

Now, the same caveats apply: You need a really fast connection and a router capable of sending that fast connection to the devices on your network.

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4.ARRIS Surfboard S33

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There’s a lot of brains behind this beauty: Not only is this a fast modem, not only is this a modem you don’t need to hide in a closet (although we still would), this modem also allows you to have two separate networks from your single connection.

That’s pretty neat, although we don’t know anyone who might need such a feature. The price of the Arris Surfboard S33 is also quite good, considering its bevy of features.

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5.ARRIS SURFboard SB8200

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We have arrived at the best bang-for-your-buck winner, high-speed category: Arris Surfboard SB8200. It’s fast as heck at a very good price. If you are about to upgrade to a faster internet connection, this is the one to get.

It’s just as fast as the fast ones on this list, but for a lot less money. It’s your money, so spend it how you wish, but we know we wouldn’t spend more for something that isn’t demonstrably better.

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6.NETGEAR Nighthawk Cable

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This is the modem to get if you are also using landline telephone service from your ISP. It’s an expensive modem, but you are likely already paying a fair bit of money for a lot of service, so you can’t use any regular modem.

The good news is this modem does voice, high-speed connections, and allows you to have two independent networks. For what you get, it’s a lot. But you need this only if you are doing telephone service.

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7.MOTOROLA 16×4 C

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This modem should be purchased only if you know you aren’t going to get a higher-speed connection and your needs are pretty modest. If that’s you, this modem should pay for itself in under a year.

Now, before the word “modest” scares you away, you can still stream in 4K, use the internet like normal, and do plenty of video calls. It should meet all your needs without having to spend a lot of money.

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WRAP UP

Best Motorola Modem – Many factors can contribute to underperforming home internet service, but a major one is the equipment one uses. Most ISPs (internet service providers) will rent a modem to residential customers, but these tend to be bare-bones models that are slower or less reliable.

Purchasing your own modem (and/or router) not only can help deliver the kind of internet connection you desire, but usually does so with a long-term savings.

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