Netgear N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Enclosure Type:Desktop Status Indicators:Power, WAN, USB Device Type:Wireless router – 4-port switch (integrated) Remote Management Protocol:HTTP Frequency Band:2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

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Product Features

  • Enclosure Type:Desktop
  • Status Indicators:Power, WAN, USB
  • Device Type:Wireless router – 4-port switch (integrated)
  • Remote Management Protocol:HTTP
  • Frequency Band:2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

Comments

Salman says:

Excellent Purchase. Obiviously like everyone else I have read tons of reviews. And I found people who didnt give full marks to this product, mostly complaining about high price or cable modem is not build-in, beacuse they have to use cable modem along with the router. Obviously having a cable modem build in would be a very big plus. But still without cable modem this router no way less than excellent.I used to do video streaming to watch movies on TV donwloaded in my laptop. before with my older router It was next to imposiable.but now with my N900 its marvellous.Plus before I was unable to do windows HomeGroup on my old Belkin router. In-order to make that work I had to restart the router several times. But now with N900 I m a happy bunny. Manage to connect all my dives which inlcudes three laptops, two desktop PCs, one iPhone, One HTC phone and my PS3. All getting blazing fast internet everywhere in my house. The max connection speed I get is 150mps which is way more than I…

RD says:

The end of my networking problems! I belong to the group of people who have been given a BT Home Hub 3 when they got their internet connection. The Home Hub is a very good looking device but a poor performer as a router.I have two wireless access points at home and one day I decided that I had enough of the continuous WiFi disconnections on my laptop, trouble with mobile phone WiFi connection, and so forth. After some research I found this dual bander router, which I have chosen as the 5GHz band is absolutely free in my neighbourhood.I’ll be straight to the point: this router is absolutely brilliant. If you are just an modest intermediate computer user, you can set it up without even reading the user manual. In my case I didn’t want to fiddle too much with passwords and settings on all my clients so I just copied the BT Home Hub settings and pasted in the relevant boxes of the new access point.When I unplugged the BT Home Hub and plugged this one in, it worked immediately. The only…

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