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Netgear Intros Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Router

Posted in Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on June 26th, 2014

Netgear Nighthawk RouterNetgear announced their latest in Wi-Fi routers this week at the CE Week New York Event with the Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router. Aside from the cool new Batman-like appearance, the router features 3 bands and increased speeds, but the tri-band isn’t really an extension of the dual-frequency routers we’ve seen, as one might initially think.

The Nighthawk provides one 2.4GHz band and two 5GHz bands, where the 5GHz is actually provided as two separate bands. Newer, faster devices can connect on a higher-speed while older, slower devices can use a slower band and not interfere with others allowing the router to deliver higher speeds. Netgear states the router can deliver up to 3.2 Gbs if you combine all three bands. That would likely be in perfect conditions and circumstances, however the potential is there.

The X6 AC3200 sports six movable …

AT&T Announces Unite Pro LTE Touchscreen Hotspot

Posted in HotSpot by Darrin Olson on November 23rd, 2013

AT&T Unite Pro LTE mobile hotspotAT&T announced on Tuesday the release of the Unite Pro LTE hotspot from Netgear. This mobile WiFi device, scheduled to be released on November 22nd, features a 2.4 inch touchscreen display and has some upgrades from its Unite predecessor. The Pro will manage up to 15 simultaneous wireless connections with a 16 hour batter life, upping it from 10 devices and 10 hours in the previous model.

The price is increasing a little as well, however. While the Unite when for 99 cents with a 2-year contract, the Unite Pro is $49.99 with a 2-year contract. More details are available in this video below from AT&T.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhGgtETUGBw

AT&T

Netgear TEW-684UB Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2011

If you have a computer that has slow wireless networking connectivity, you can always change the card out, but for some people that isn’t the answer. A USB network adapter that supports the faster tech might be easier.

Trendnet is here to help and they have a new USB network adapter that is dual band and will work at 2.4GHz or 5GHz. That means that HD video and other bandwidth heavy things can use the 5GHz band. The adapter has WPS for easy setup and a MIMO antenna for the 450Mbps transfer speeds. It will cost you $90.

Netgear N750 wireless router

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on April 25th, 2011

Who says that all WiFi routers need to look out of place in your home? Not I and certainly not Netgear. The N750 keeps its antennae stashed inside and out of sight. Your wife will certainly appreciate that as it at least keeps a low profile.

Aside from looking pretty sleek, this dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n router is capable of speeds of up to 450Mbps over the 5GHz band and 300Mbps at 2.4Ghz, for an “aggregate combined data rate” of 750Mbps. That just means that you can connect one device in either band without the transfer rate of the other suffering. You won’t get full 750Mbps. The N750 also sports a ReadySHARE USB port for network storage, parental controls, and guest access. All for just $150.

Netgear N300 DGN2200M Router now shipping

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2011

Netgear has announced that it is now shipping the N300 Wireless ADSL2+ modem router. The device is basically a DSL modem with an integrated 802.11n wireless WiFi router. The feature that you will appreciate the most is that it has failover if DSL goes down.

The failover function is thanks to a 3G USB modem that you can plug into an attached USB port. When DSL is out the 3G modem kicks on automatically and once the router detects that your DSL is back the 3G modem stops.

NetGear Push2TV 1080p WiDi Adapter

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2011

Netgear has unveiled the second generation of it’s very useful Push2TV HD TV adapter. The device uses WiDi (Wireless Display) to push a computer’s screen content to an HDTV connected to the Push2TV box via an HDMI cable. Hence the name. This second generation of Push2TV supports 1080p at 30 fps (previously 720p) with a shorter lag time than before.

Also, Psuh2TV now works with discrete graphics processors, which you absolutely need for gaming. The NetGear Push2TV will cost about $119.99 and will be available sometime before march of 2011.

Netgear announces NeoTV 550 and 350 HD media players

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2010

Netgear has surprised no one by announcing a few more HD media players. The NeoTV 550 and 350 are both similar to the Digital Entertainer Elite which was released last year without a 500GB internal hard drive as well as access to VOD services including CinemaNow.

Both are capable of playing a long list of codecs in full HD from a variety of attached sources like USB, eSATA (in the case of the 550) or SD storage, as well as streaming content from UPnP, DLNA or WMP11 networks. The 550 has support for external Blu-ray drives and BD-Live.

Netgear Wireless Home Theater Kit

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2010

Netgear has a new wireless home theater kit that comes with some awesome features. The kit consists of a pair of adapters that you plug into your router or gateway while the other connects to the computer, gaming console or Ethernet/Wi-fi. You can purchase more adapters to expand the functionality of your system as well.

This is a good solution for those who are tired of the limitations of Boxee for instance. If it performs well, it’s a great way to keep esxpanding.

Netgear MBRN3300 shares 3G connection with the home

Posted in Netgear by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2010

Netgear’s MBRN3300 comes from a collaboration with Ericsson. The unusual device can use an internal 3G modem which includes HSPA+ at about 20Mbps, while sharing that link via 802.11n Wi-Fi or through one of the four 100Mbps Ethernet ports.

Owners can also switch off the 3G, Wi-Fi or both when not in use. The MBRN3300 is for households where regular cable, DSL or fiber isn’t available, and for those who rely on just mobile local networks. You can even charge it up in the car with the optional car charger and a battery pack. Nothing on pricing yet, but Netgear primarily intends the router as an option for carriers.

Netgear unveils Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB

Posted in Netgear by Shane McGlaun on October 5th, 2009

netgearrangemax-sbIt used to be that the wireless router only did one thing and threw in a few wired ports for computers close to the hub. Today the wireless router is becoming a converged device that serves multiple purposes. Netgear has announced a new router called the Rangemax Wireless-N Gigabit Router with USB model number WNR3500L.

The router has gigabit ports on it for fast wired connections and has a single USB port on it. The USB port will allow you to share USB peripherals with the wired and wireless network including hard drives and other devices.

NetGear 1TB Stora NAS

Posted in NAS by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2009

NetGear 1TB Stora NASNetGear has now jumped into the consumer NAS market with a 1TB offering dubbed Stora. It’s basically a “dumbed down” version of their business NAS devices, compatible with Mac, Linux and Windows platforms. It should work pretty good as an iTunes or DLNA server.

It’s also ships with a two-bay configuration which is auto-set to mirror data. The NetGear Stora MS2110 will retail for $229 and comes with a 1TB drive.

Netgear Home Theater Internet Connection Kit finally available

Posted in Netgear by Shane McGlaun on August 11th, 2009

netgearhomeentrouter-sbI have wished on several occasions that I could get my DVR connected to the internet. The problem for me is that my house is larger and my router and modem are a long way from my living room and running new cable through the walls is not an option.

At CES Netgear was showing off its Home Theater Internet Connection Kit and the company has announced that the kit is finally shipping. The kit is nothing more than a powerline networking system that includes a switch for the entertainment center with four ports and the adapter that plugs into your internet router.

Netgear MoCA Coax-Ethernet adapters hit market

Posted in Netgear by Shane McGlaun on April 22nd, 2009

netgearmocacoax-sbI would really like to connect all of my home theater components to my wireless network, but most of the gear I have can’t connect wirelessly. My router is in a different room and running wire through my walls is much more than I am willing to do. Netgear has launched a new Coax-Ethernet adapter kit that might be just what I need though.

The kit is called the MCAB1001 Netgear MoCA Coax-Ethernet Adapter Kit and is designed to offer the bandwidth needed to distribute HD video and multimedia content to your Blu-ray player, TV, and cable box.

Netgear unveils new wireless N upgrade kit

Posted in Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on July 30th, 2008

Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100)

Netgear is bundling a few of its  wireless 802.11n products together so one can add 5GHz wireless n speed to an existing network. This bundle is called the Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100) and pricing is set around $150.

The Netgear Wireless-N Upgrade Kit (WNEB3100) consists of Netgear’s 5GHz Wireless-N HD Access Point (WNHDE111) and RangeMax Dual-Band Wireless-N Adapter (WNDA3100). Netgear says this kit lets you quickly get 802.1n 5Ghz wireless up and running by plugging the WNHDE111 into an existing router or gateway. Adding it to an existing 802.11b/g network will, in effect, give you a dual-band network.