Technical specs aside (what do all those numbers actually mean anyway), we had a Comcast plan with a stated download speed of 25Mbps. Most tests I performed fell right in that area, compared to about half that (with the same plan) prior to the Motorola SURFboard.
Bottom Line service subscribers looking for a device that's both a modem and router with less than high-demand throughput needs will find the Surfboard worth a look. A bonus is its support for MoCA devices. The Motorola Surfboard SBG6782-AC ...
In my case, for example, my Comcast-branded Motorola Surfboard SB5101 is only rated for up to 30 Mbits/s down—enough to handle a 25-Mbps connection, but not capable of handling the 50 Mbits/s that Comcast now offers. I'll need to
Groupon is offering refurbished Motorola SURFboard modems at a 30% discount through September 13th. The high speed modems are discounted to $69.99. That’s 30% off the stated retail (although closer to 22% off if you check sources like Amazon).