ARRIS / Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging

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ARRIS / Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging

ARRIS / Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem - Retail Packaging

  • Requires Cable Internet Service
  • Compatible with major U.S. cable networks
  • Internet download speeds up to 172 Mbps and upload speeds up to 131 Mbps based on your Cable provider service
  • Good for streaming Video and gaming on multiple devices at a time
  • Rear panel color coded for ease of installation
  • BROWN BOX models NOT VALID for this item, should report to Amazon immediately and RETURN to Seller

A new and improved version of the world’s most widely deployed DOCSIS cable modems. For the residential cable subscriber who wants a powerful modem capable of delivering a high-speed data service at blazing fast speeds.10 / 100 / 1000 Base-T Ethernet Port (RJ-45) and 1-Year Limited Warranty.

Additional information: • Requires CABLE Internet Service, if not sure your provider is CABLE call them to confirm
• Compatible with ALL Major CABLE providers like Comcast, Cox, Charter, Time Warner, Mediacom, Bright House

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 99.99

Bolse® 60W / 12-Amp 7-Port Fast Charging USB Wall / Desktop Charging Station With SmartICᵀᴹ Technology – Full Speed Charging for iPhone 5, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Touch Screen Tablet, Cell Phone, MP3 Player, (AC 110-220V International), Detachable 5 ft / 1.5 M Power Cord

Bolse® 60W / 12-Amp 7-Port Fast Charging USB Wall / Desktop Charging Station With SmartICᵀᴹ Technology - Full Speed Charging for iPhone 5, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Touch Screen Tablet, Cell Phone, MP3 Player, (AC 110-220V International), Detachable 5 ft / 1.5 M Power Cord

  • 7 Multiple USB Port – This portable fast Wall / Desktop charger simultaneously charges up to 7 devices at once. It charges your Apple iPhone 6, 5, 5s, 4, 4s, iPad 5, Mini, MP3 Players, iPod touch 4th generation, Samsung galaxy S5, S4, S3, Tab 2.0. Nexus 4, Xoom, Amazon Kindle fire HD, Paperwhite, Tablet, Barnes Noble Nook, blu electronic cigarette. Safely use any port for any device with any USB charger cord.
  • SmartIC™ Technology – The way the SmartIC technology works is by distributing the perfect charge to each mobile device individually and simultaneously, automatically recognizing what you have plugged in with our micro smart chip. Once the battery is full, charging will automatically stop for that specific device. Even if you have completely different devices plugged in, each one will receive an OEM quality charge, which is the best possible in terms of speed and effectiveness.
  • Extreme compact size – Easily fits in pocket. (Roughly the same size as a iPhone 4 in Verizon) AC 110-220V input voltage for any international or European travel, and a detachable 5 FT / 1.5M power cord is included for easy transport.
  • Soft LED Indication Light – Blinks when the devices begin overcharging. Simply unplug your device / USB charger cable to protect it from over charging or short circuiting.
  • Safety – A multiple-device charging station can pose risks to mobile devices, as it may provide fluctuating power output. Bolse takes care of this issue and ensures that each device connected to the charger is safe. Each USB port equipped with an over current, over voltage, and short circuit protector. In the event that the charger lowers its power output, the device will stop charging.

7 USB Ports

Completely charge all your devices at the fastest possible speed for tablets, phones, power banks, and other USB devices. 5V/12A total output.

Power

Most powerful USB charger on the market (60W/12A)-that means it will charge 5 iPad Airs at full speed simultaneously.

Compatibility
It works with all tablets, iPhones, and Android devices with a USB charger, including Samsung Galaxy S5 and S4, Galaxy Note 2 and 3, and LG G2. It’s compatible with all Android devices with a detachable 1.5M/5FT power cord.

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SmartIC™ Technology: the way the SmartIC technology works is by distributing the perfect charge to each device individually and simultaneously, automatically recognizing what you have plugged in. Once the battery is full, charging will automatically stop for that specific device. Even if you have completely different devices plugged in, each one will receive an OEM quality charge, which is the best possible in terms of spe

List Price: $ 35.99

Price: $ 35.99

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  1. 1,878 of 1,917 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Does the job well/tip for Comcast users, September 29, 2011
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    T. Hyatt
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    This review is from: ARRIS / Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging (Personal Computers)
    Out of nowhere, I was having excruciatingly slow internet speed on Comcast. The Comcast tech advised that my Motorola SB 4100 was at the “end of life” and that I should upgrade. Skeptical, I purchased this modem which is a DOCSIS 3.0 (and backwards compatible) modem. It worked. I went from a 2mbps download speed to over 17mbps. What a difference. There was one installation glitch that you need to be aware of. When you hook up the modem (connect the coax cable, connect the ethernet cable, and plug it in, that’s it), and then try to get online, it will direct you to a Comcast self-activation screen (no other site is available). After entering my account number and phone number and hitting the “next” button, I got a blank screen, and nothing happens. So I called Comcast and they said that usually happens if you are doing an upgrade; it mostly works only for a new service connection. However, it is a simple matter to give the tech your MAC address and the serial number. After about 5 minutes, while he stayed on the line, it came alive, no problem. BUT, here’s the thing: the serial number they need is the CUSTOMER serial number. This is only found on the bottom of the Motorola box the modem came in. This is different from the “S/N” serial number that is on the label that is on the instruction sheet and on the bottom of the modem itself. The customer S/N has letters in it; the regular S/N has only numbers in it and is too long. My first Comcast tech didn’t know that and it took a day to sort it out. Other than that, it works well with my iMac and Apple Airport Extreme Base wireless router. Enjoy

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  2. 1,161 of 1,214 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Modem NOT defective – Comcast conspiracy?, February 4, 2012
    By 
    Kendoso

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    This review is from: ARRIS / Motorola SB6121 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging (Personal Computers)

    I felt compelled to write this to help those who will encounter the problems I faced (and mentioned here). I’m one of the many people who wanted to avoid renting a modem from Comcast and bought this modem based on the stellar reviews, only to find that on the day of installation/activation that it “didn’t work”. Didn’t work meant experiencing the same symptoms that’s been mentioned here several times – “modem connects but then resets/power cycles/disconnects itself within a few minutes.” This happened to me on the day I activated my Comcast internet. The technician spent 1.5 hours trying to figure it out and ended up loaning me a Comcast modem (Motorola SB5120 DOCSIS2), which came up almost instantly and activated just as fast (go figure). He suggested I return this modem as it was defective, in his opinion. I didn’t like this since the probability of this was very small. But I saw what I saw and could not get past the first page of Comcast self activation screen with this modem. Before the web page for self activation could proceed, after typing my account info and phone number, the modem would conveniently lose connection. At one point I did get to the next screen where it was scanning for devices, but the modem cut out thereby hanging the process. The modem was packed up in the box for return to Amazon when I couldn’t shake how much this bothered me and by my bad luck. So I came back here and read pretty much every review. What I found was there’s several people who experienced the EXACT same symptoms while trying several of the same modem. There were two reviews that stood out. One was from a person who mentioned the Comcast technician moaned when he saw it was this modem, indicating that the technician was aware of difficulties using this modem. The person mentioned that after 70 minutes of trying to get the modem to connect the technician advised him to leave the modem powered on and hooked up for awhile and to try activating later. The person did this and was successful in activating the modem. The other review was from a person who was admirably persistent. His review talks of several attempts to connect and refusal to accept that the modem was defective. He ended up leaving the modem power on and connected overnight so the modem could “download firmware”. The next day he was able to activate after two attempts with Comcast self activation process. Lastly, I noticed for me that if I left the modem power on and connected but make no attempt to activate it via Comcast web site, the modem retains connection (via indicator lights) for prolonged periods of time. It only seems to lose connection when I try to activate. Based on this I felt something was broken with Comcast activation process specifically for this modem or perhaps Comcast was intentionally making it difficult to activate this modem to convince customers to rent a “reliable” modem from them. To be honest, it almost worked for me. After sitting there watching the technician agonize trying to get the modem to work, I was tempted to rent the modem and move on with life. So as one last hail Mary attempt, this is what I did:
    1. Took the modem back out of the box and left the Motorola SB6121 power on and connected to cable outlet overnight just to entertain the possibility that some firmware or info needed to be downloaded to the modem and that for some reason it took a long time to do so.
    2. The next morning I tried Comcast’s self activation process.
    3. Every time Win7’s network icon in the lower right corner of my screen indicated that a internet connection was established (vs. exclamation mark) I immediately opened a IE windows and started the activation process with my account and phone #. The modem still lost connection when I did this but I kept on trying.
    4. It took me about 4 tries to SUCCEED. Each time I tried, I started back on the account and phone # page. But each time it got further and further in the activation process.

    Attempt #1: Account/phone # screen -> Retrieving Device Information -> Modem lost connection.
    Attempt #2: Account/phone # screen -> Retrieving Device Information -> List of devices detected (screen showed my MOTR SB6121 modem and a DTV box both shown as “inactive” -> Modem lost connection. (A thing to note here is that Comcast’s activation system could specifically identify this modem. This meant it was in their system and their system was able to communicate with it)
    Attempt #3: Account/phone # screen -> Retrieving Device Information -> Listing devices detected -> Clicked “Rescan” device (modem)-> Hit “Next” to activate then got to screen where it said “Activating Device – This may take 10 minutes” -> Modem lost connection
    Attempt #4: This isn’t a real attempt because all I did is leave the web browser in the previous “Activating Device” screen and waited for the modem to re-establish connection again. I stepped away for a few minutes and…

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  3. 759 of 827 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Stay with the SB6120, July 8, 2011
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    Ayame (Denver, CO) –

    I have tried both the SB6120 and the SB6121 and the signal levels and speeds were the same on both.
    The SB6121 is a little smaller than the SB6120 but runs much warmer than the SB6120. Looks like they tried to cram too much hardware into too small of a space.

    My SB6121 did not come with the power save button (it’s listed as an optional feature), so about the only difference between the two models is the design. Both the SB6120 and the SB6121 use the same firmware: labeled SB612X.

    So unless you want the different looking LED lights and a smaller and warmer box for a higher price, stay with the SB6120.

    As far as speeds are concerned: the multiple channel bonding on these DOCSIS 3.0 modems is nice for sustained constant speeds. It also makes it easier for your ISP to enforce the speed cap if they choose to do so (Comcast in my case does). I was getting 20+ Mbps down and 3+ Mbps up on my old Linksys DOCSIS 2.0 modem, however that was the peak when the transfer first started, then it would taper off.
    The DOCSIS 3.0 modem stays right at the 12/2 ceiling of my speed tier, but at least the speeds stay right up there and do not drop off after a few seconds.

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  4. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Any port in a storm, July 26, 2014
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    Mike Tarrani “Jazz Drummer” (Deltona, FL USA) –
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    This review is from: Bolse® 60W / 12-Amp 7-Port Fast Charging USB Wall / Desktop Charging Station With SmartICᵀᴹ Technology – Full Speed Charging for iPhone 5, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Touch Screen Tablet, Cell Phone, MP3 Player, (AC 110-220V International), Detachable 5 ft / 1.5 M Power Cord (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I love this for a few reasons. First I’ll get the technology out of the way. The review sample that I received is everything the specs and product description claim. What sets this apart is the smart technology that does detect and adjust charging rates to whatever you plug into whichever port. Compare this to nearly all of the other chargers in the market that have ports marked Apple, Samsung and Universal.

    Being the skeptic that I am I did populate this with a Samsung Note 3, Samsung Tab 3 10.1, iPad 2, HTC Droid Incredible and some bluetooth speakers and other devices. Only the tablets and the Note 3 were high current drawing devices – the others were just fine in 1 Amp ports. This charged all of them at varying levels of remaining capacity, and I played musical ports while doing it. I’d swap one device’s port for another and this charger (and the devices) apparently did not care. I did not time the charging, but roughly guessing everything seemed to charge up about the same as if I used their OEM wall chargers.

    One thing to note is the instructions highly recommend that you only use OEM cables when charging with this device. When I ran my tests I used the original cables for my two Samsung devices, but third party ones for the others because I had long since worn out or lost the originals. This still worked without problems, but I do recommend following the advice in the instructions if possible.

    Technology aside, there are other reasons why I love this charger and awarded it five stars. First, it comes with a return card in case you are not satisfied. That impressed me. Another thing that indicated that this company is focused on customer satisfaction is a notice in the packaging that clearly explains the limits of this charger. It can only handle current loads of 60 Watts/12 Amps and the notice gave an example of how this would not support seven iPad Air devices that each required 2.4 Amps. The honesty is refreshing.

    However, the most compelling reason in favor of this charger is the fact that you can plug any device into any port. That is why I am completely satisfied with it.

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  5. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is *perfect* for your home office as a full-time charger…, August 8, 2014
    By 
    Thomas Duff “Duffbert” (Portland, OR United States) –
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    This review is from: Bolse® 60W / 12-Amp 7-Port Fast Charging USB Wall / Desktop Charging Station With SmartICᵀᴹ Technology – Full Speed Charging for iPhone 5, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Touch Screen Tablet, Cell Phone, MP3 Player, (AC 110-220V International), Detachable 5 ft / 1.5 M Power Cord (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    This just became my new permanent USB charging unit on my home office desk… the Bolse 60W (5V/12A) 7-port USB wall/desktop charger. It has a lot of power, it adapts to the different power loads of each device, AND it’s easy to reach and use…

    This has, by far, more USB ports than any other charging unit I have. What I like most about it is that I can use just one device (and one plug on my power strip) to be charging various items at the same time, like my iPhone, iPad, Kindle, and whatever else needs to be charged. The unit adapts each port to the actual power needs of whatever is plugged into it, so it’s not like I have all the 2.1A ports used and the 1A ports are going to waste. I really like that feature…

    I also like the fact that with that many ports, I can leave a variety of cords plugged in for instant use. For instance, I have two lightning cords plugged in all the time, as well as a mini-USB and micro-USB cord. Therefore, I can quickly start charging my devices without having to hunt down the associated cables. It also means I have three additional ports left over for those less-often-used devices. No more hunting down a second charging unit and trying to fit it into the power strip.

    And speaking of “fitting it into the power strip”…

    Unlike most charging devices that plug directly into the wall or outlet, this actually has a power cord with a normal plug. At first I thought it would be just one more cord I’d have to manage, but it actually is a major benefit. I don’t have to worry about the charger blocking multiple power strip plugs, as it’s just another power cord. It also means that I can set the charger on my desk while the power strip is on the floor. No more trying to reach down/under the desk to plug and unplug cords. It’s extremely convenient to use.

    I won’t be using this one during travel, as I just don’t see a need to have to charge that many things at one time while on the road (and it definitely weighs more than a two- or three-port unit). But when it comes to something to leave plugged in at my desk, it’s a no-brainer.

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    Obtained From: Manufacturer
    Payment: Free

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  6. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    In summary, this one is going on my bedside table to replace all those other charging blocks., July 31, 2014
    By 
    Rob Slaven “slavenrm@gmail. com” (Zionsville, IN) –
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    This review is from: Bolse® 60W / 12-Amp 7-Port Fast Charging USB Wall / Desktop Charging Station With SmartICᵀᴹ Technology – Full Speed Charging for iPhone 5, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Touch Screen Tablet, Cell Phone, MP3 Player, (AC 110-220V International), Detachable 5 ft / 1.5 M Power Cord (Wireless Phone Accessory)
    I received this unit free for review but I’ll be candid about it anyway.

    * Helpfully heavy, won’t slide off the table with multiple things are plugged in.

    * Connected to output meter, even with multiple items plugged in it provides the same output as an OEM charging block

    * Power indicator is visible but not hopelessly overpowering in brightness.

    * Good size; not too long to be obnoxious but not so short that it’s hard to get stuff plugged in properly.

    In summary, this one is going on my bedside table to replace all those other charging blocks.

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