The Linksys CM3024 is one of the least expensive Comcast modems, providing great value for the money. This modem doesn't feature a wireless router, making it an inexpensive choice.
By providing combined download/upload speeds of up to 960 Mbps, this modem can support an entire household of high-bandwidth video streaming, downloading, and browsing (assuming your Comcast package supports such speeds).
|Up to 960 Mbps||24 x 8||$|
Up for a surf? These ARRIS Surfboard modems are definitely making waves in the networking sphere. The SB6183 is a great blend of affordability and reliability.
Featuring over 370Mbps and 16x4 channels, this is an excellent cable modem fior both home and professional use.
|Up to 373 Mbps||16 x 4||$$|
Seriously, these Surfboard devices are not to be overlooked. The SBG7580-AC comes with the reliability of ARRIS' usual modems, but with the added bonus of wireless capability.
This bad boy clocks in with speeds up to 921 Mbps. Did someone say HD streaming? I think it's time for some HD streaming.
|Up to 921 Mbps||32 x 8||$$$|
Looking for something high speed? Check out the Linksys CG7500. It comes with wireless capabilities, 24 x 8 channels, and up to 857 Mbps.
This device is on the higher end of the technical spectrum. So if you're looking for something affordable, wireless, and ready to take on some serious data—pick up a Linksys CG750.
|Up to 857 Mbps||24 x 8||$$|
When it comes to gateways, Motorola is always up to the challenge. The Motorola MG7540 provides an incredible amount of speed for a gateway in this price range—up to 375 Mbps. It should go without saying, this is no device to ignore.
|Up to 375 Mbps||16 x 4||$$|
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