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Netgear N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router

by NetGear

Price: £199.00 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Simultaneous Dual Band - reduces WiFi interference and doubles bandwidth
  • Parental Controls - centralised protection for all of your connected devices
  • Guest Network Access - separate and secure access for guests using the WiFi network
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight680 g
Product Dimensions17.2 x 25.8 x 8.1 cm
Item model numberWNDR4500-100EUS
RAM Size128 MB
Wireless Type802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB005UGRF16
Best Sellers Rank 32,464 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available14 Oct 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Blazing Speed - Ultimate Range

The NETGEAR N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router provides the ultimate performance and range for demanding applications such as: streaming 3DHD video, multiplayer gaming, and wireless access to a USB connected hard drive and USB connected printer. Get up to 450 +450 Mbps speed with simultaneous dual band technology, which runs both 2.4 and 5 GHz bands at the same time to avoid interference, thus ensuring top speeds and ultimate range.

The NETGEAR Difference - WNDR4500
  • Ultimate Speed - Now up to 900 Mbps
  • Ultimate Range - Improved 2.4 and 5GHz range
  • Faster USB Storage Speed
Applications
3D and HD video streaming and multiplayer gaming

3D and HD video streaming and multiplayer gaming

Wirelessly share, stream, and backup media to USB hard drives

Wirelessly share, stream and backup media to USB hard drives

Wirelessly print from computer to a connected USB printer

Wirelessly print from computer to a connected USB printer

Network Speed

Faster Wi-Fi Speed
Faster Wi-Fi Speed

New N900 dual-band WiFi delivers 450 + 450Mbps for combined wireless speeds up to 900Mbps

Gigabit Wired
Gigabit Wired

Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports are ideal for HD gaming and video and ultra-, high-speed wired networking

Wireless Range

Ultimate Range
Ultimate Range

Powerful WiFi amplifiers deliver improved wireless range for larger homes

Reliable Connections

Simultaneous Dual Band
Simultaneous Dual Band

Wireless access on both 2.4- and 5-GHz bands concurrently, reduces WiFi interference and doubles total available bandwidth

Ease of Use

NETGEAR genie
NETGEAR genie

Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control and repair home networks

CD -Less Installation
CD -Less Installation

Easy setup for iPads, PC, MAC computers, smartphones and tablets without a CD

Push 'N' Connect
Push 'N' Connect

Secure push button WiFi connections using WiFi Protected Setup (WPS)

WiFi and Power On/Off
WiFi and Power On/Off

Convenient power savings to power down the entire router and/or just WiFi

Sharing

DLNA Media Server
DLNA Media Server

Find and play media stored on an attached USB storage device on DLNA TVs, game consoles and media players

ReadySHARE USB
ReadySHARE USB

Wirelessly access and share USB hard drives

ReadySHARE printer
ReadySHARE printer

Wirelessly access and share a USB printer

Security

Live Parental Controls
Live Parental Controls

Centralised and easy-to-use website filtering for all devices connected to the Internet via the router

Guest Network Access
Guest Network Access

Separate and secure WiFi access for guests using your home network

NETGEAR genie

Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control and repair home networks

Box Contains

Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
Ethernet Cable
Power Adapter

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By RD on 26 July 2012
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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 thing that failed was the NTP connection from my server, this is because it needed to have the DNS server set for this router (the hub requires weird settings), which I fixed in less than a minute.

If you are not experienced, the user manual will lead you through the settings.

How does it work then? Very well, both on 2.4GHz, where I have no more disconnections, and on 5GHz. Brilliant, as I said.

WARNING: if you are looking for a modem/router/access point, you are looking at the wrong product. This device require an ethernet feed and NOT a phone lead.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Spent-Out on 24 May 2012
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Excellent router.
Compared to my old routers, this is by far the best. It beats my old Buffalo on ease of use, the Netgear routerlogin is very straightforward, nothing like the complicated menus and options of the Buffalo. Also, the build quality is superb. It beats the horrible D-link in every way possible. So, this is my third router and I'm finally satisfied. It looks good, provides excellent high speed wireless broadband and beats the pathetic Virgin 'Superhub' wi-fi. That's why I purchased it, to provide wi-fi coverage from my Virgin broadband connection. The Virgin 'Superhub' is in modem mode with its useless wireless now disabled. Everyone in the house is now happy, several PCs, two Xboxes, four laptops and the occasional tablet. All connected and getting a fair share of bandwidth.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Salman on 13 May 2012
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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 was getting before.

All in all I am very happy with my purchase. Price wise it is little bit on high end. But if it solves your home internet/network problems then I would say money well spend.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Steve King on 11 April 2012
I looked around for over a year for a router to replace my old and failing Netgear G router.

This one is not cheap, but it does appear to be a good product. I have a faultless connection throughout my house with three computers, three phones and two media players all receiving a fast link. It is easy enough to set up but it took some digging in the settings to find the access list facility.

I wanted a router to also act as a server for my media files and printer. This has two USB ports but I connected a USB hub and the router happily connected four USB hard disks and my printer without complaint.

It's quite a big unit so bear that in mind when ordering.

So far, then, very happy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mystery Shopper on 30 Aug 2013
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I purchased this router for a 100mbps Virgin Media connection a little over a year ago. So far it has performed exceptionally.

A Virgin Media 'Superhub' can be set to utilise the 5ghz band, which means less signal interference and faster speeds to your wireless devices. But the 5ghz band has a smaller radius than 2.4ghz (the standard) and thus requires you to be nearer the router. Also, only the most up-to-date computers, tablets and smartphones have network cards which are are 5ghz compatible. The iPhone 4S, whilst relatively recent, cannot receive (and connect to) 5ghz routers (althought the iPhone 5 can). While it's impressive for Virgin to offer the 5ghz option on its 'Superhubs', it's a choice of one or the other: 2.4ghz OR 5ghz. Even if all your devices are 5ghz compatible, what if you had a guest with an iPhone 4S (or other fairly recent device which is not 5ghz compatible) who wanted to use your WiFi?

Enter the Netgear N900. A dual band router, it supports 2.4ghz and 5ghz bands simultaneously (each of which is capable of speeds up to 450mbps). This means that your latest devices can really take advantage of that fast connection, whilst older devices can still use your WiFi as normal (and in fact the 2.4ghz performance is excellent). With six antennas it has a truly excellent range.

The Admin Interface is pretty decent. It's divided into two screens: either 'Basic' or 'Advanced' and these can be switched between at the click of a button. Less techie users (using the Basic view) see only what they need to, with an uncomplicated, easy to navigate interface. More techie users, such as myself (using the Advanced view), see a vast array of configurable options at their fingertips.

The firmware is full of features as well.
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