Next-Generation ARRIS SURFboard SB8200 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging- White

January 19, 2018 - Comment

Introducing the first DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem in the SURFboard lineup. The SURFboard SB8200 is a DOCSIS 3.1 modem – the newest technology being offered by cable providers. It is capable of the fastest speeds available by cable Internet service providers, perfect for things like 4K Ultra-HD Video Streaming and Virtual Reality Gaming. Plus, it

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Introducing the first DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem in the SURFboard lineup. The SURFboard SB8200 is a DOCSIS 3.1 modem – the newest technology being offered by cable providers. It is capable of the fastest speeds available by cable Internet service providers, perfect for things like 4K Ultra-HD Video Streaming and Virtual Reality Gaming. Plus, it has 2 Gigabit Ethernet ports! The SB8200 is compatible with major US Cable providers like Comcast (Xfinity service by Comcast) Cox, and others. Today’s connected home demands speeds far more powerful than ever. Power your home network with the SB8200 and get the fastest speeds and most reliable connection to the Internet. Own yours today and stop paying rental fees.

Product Features

  • Comcast Xfinity and Cox Cable APPROVED! Spectrum (Charter, Time Warner and Brighthouse) and others pending approval.
  • Not compatible with: Verizon, AT&T, or CenturyLink. Not compatible with bundled voice services.
  • Cable Modem only (no WiFi router)
  • DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem, the newest technology being offered by Cable Internet Providers. Backward compatible with DOCSIS 3.0.
  • 32 DOWNLOAD and 8 UPLOAD Channels. BEST for 300 Mbps Internet plans and above! Perfect for streaming 4K HD video and online gaming.
  • Gigabit Ethernet ports. Create 2 Home Networks, both capable of gigabit speeds.

D. Dean says:

SB8200 – Quick Overview Upgraded from SB6121 to SB8200 on Comcast 200/10 plan. SB6121 was running approx. 137Mbps/12Mbps with latency to Comcast speedtest @ ~29ms. With SB8200, approx 215Mbps/12Mbps with latency to Comcast speedtest site ~14ms, with 24+1 bonded channels down and 4 up. Good overall SNR and power levels (which I had on the older modem also). 

garyrh says:

SB8200 on Comcast is great! Could not believe Comcast self activation worked from my computer because I tried it two other times before with other surfboards and did not work. So far everything is running great. I am on the Blast 200 plan and speeds are 240 down and 13 up. Hooked ethernet directly to computer for self activation and once it was done unplugged the modem and connected router to modem and restarted modem and everything is running great. The thing is I didn’t have to call them to activate it.

Daim says:

This one should be good for the long haul Installed this beauty over the weekend replacing the new Linksys flagship AC1900 with the Puma Chipset. I have heard about the Puma Chipset being problematic and I can confirm that first hand. The Arris has the new Broadcom Chipset, now I’m Broadcom chipset fan. This modem is significantly smaller than your traditional modem but packs some power. The photos below show the standard size modem sitting next to the new Surfboard. 

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