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Netgear WNDR4300 Premium Edition N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router

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N750 dual band gigabit
  • Faster WiFi speeds - up to 750 Mbps
  • Share USB hard drives and printers wirelessly
  • ReadySHARE Cloud - access and share USB hard drives remotely
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Product Information

Style Name: N750 dual band gigabit
Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight449 g
Product Dimensions16 x 21.8 x 3.5 cm
Item model numberWNDR4300-100UKS
RAM Size128 MB
Wireless Type802.11A, 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A15GMTC
Best Sellers Rank 55,773 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
Date First Available30 Oct. 2012
  
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Product Description

Style Name: N750 dual band gigabit

Product Description

These days, you need better WiFi to stream more of the content you love. The big TV streams HD, the tablet is checking scores, the game console is firing away…and on it goes. This N750 WiFi router handles it all easily. Perfect for medium to large homes with multiple connected devices. Simultaneous dual band technology reduces interference and NETGEAR genie is there for easy setup and control.

Features

SPEED
SPEED - FASTER WIFI SPEED 300+450

FASTER WIFI - Up to 300+450 Mbps

icon - GIGABIT WIRED

GIGABIT WIRED - Ideal for HD gaming & video

WIFI RANGE
icon - ULTIMATE WIFI RANGE

Improved for larger homes

SHARING
icon - DLNA

DLNA - Find & play your media on DLNA TVs & game consoles

icon - ReadySHARE USB

READYSHARE USB ACCESS - Wirelessly access & share USB hard drives

icon - ReadySHARE Printer

READYSHARE PRINTER - Wirelessly access & share a USB printer

Time Machine Compatible

TIME MACHINE COMPATIBLE - Automatic Mac backup to connected USB hard drive, wirelessly

icon - ReadySHARE Cloud

READYSHARE CLOUD - Access & share USB hard drive remotely

RELIABLE CONNECTIONS
icon - SIMULTANEOUS DUAL BAND

SIMULTANEOUS DUAL BAND - Reduces WiFi interference & doubles bandwidth

icon - ADVANCED QoS

ADVANCED QoS - Optimised for smooth HD streaming & gaming

EASE OF USE
icon - EASY INSTALL

EASY INSTALL - Easy setup for iPad, tablets, smartphones & computers

icon - NETGEAR GENIE

NETGEAR GENIE APP - Home network manager

icon - PUSH 'N' CONNECT

PUSH 'N' CONNECT - Easy push button WiFi connections (WPS)

icon - WIFI & POWER ON/OFF

WIFI & POWER ON/OFF - Convenient power savings

SECURITY
icon - PARENTAL CONTROLS

PARENTAL CONTROLS - Web filtering for all your connected devices

icon - GUEST NETWORK ACCESS

GUEST NETWORK ACCESS - Separate & secure access for guests

icon - PUSH 'N' CONNECT

SECURE WIFI CONNECTIONS - Highest level wireless security with WPA/WPA2

NETGEAR High Performance

Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11 specifications. Actual data throughput and wireless coverage will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, interference, and building construction may lower actual data throughput and wireless coverage. NETGEAR makes no express or implied representations or warranties about this product’s compatibility with any future standards.

*ReadySHARE Cloud Service is free until September 1, 2014 with purchase of WNDR4300 Router. Thereafter, annual fees or surcharges may apply.

Box Contains

N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
Ethernet Cable
Power Adapter
Quick Install Guide

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alison Mckinley on 27 Aug. 2013
Style Name: N300 wireless with USB Verified Purchase
I was needlessly nervous about setting up wireless having had nightmares with older routers in the early wifi days and having only basic technical knowledge but this was a breeze - virtually plug and play meant I was up and running within a few minutes without having to use a cd. Clear instructions included but the only omission was that near the end of the wizard although it says you are connected you will need to go into your network settings to ask your pc to recognize the netgear signal as it will initially not connect automatically - after doing this it connects immediately to both my iPad and laptop - signal is excellent but range not fully tested as always fairly close to it. Stand provided giving the space saving option of sitting vertically.
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74 of 78 people found the following review helpful By S. Peacock on 10 Aug. 2010
Style Name: N600 dual band gigabit
In summary.

Pros:
1. Big internet upload/download speed improvement over my old 3Com combo modem/router/switch
2. Improved reliability over my old 3Com - fewer timeouts and dropped VPN connections
3. Big speed improvement in wireless performance between 802.11n and 802.11g
4. VPN passthrough support less tolerant than old 3Com (also a con, see below)

Cons:
1. Requirement for an external ethernet modem (a nuisance and cost but not a big deal)
2. VPN passthrough support less tolerant than old 3Com - took several days of trouble-shooting which eventually required a Cisco VPN client upgrade - not the router's fault, but a pain
3. 5GHz 802.11n wireless range very limited (to be expected)
4. 2.4GHz 802.11n wireless range more limted than 802.11g (to be expected, but more limited than I expected)
5. Harder to see DSL connection status, faults, diagnostics when using an external modem makes fault finding trickier
6. (getting very picky now) Can light up a room with its array of very bright LEDs

Bottom line:
Excellent, dearer than basic products but works well. Not for the novice.

In detail.

I bought this as a replacement for a 4 year old 3Com 802.11G DSL modem/router/hub. I wanted dual band wireless N (with both bands simultaneously active - look carefully, many other products don't do this, the giveaway is normally the price, if it's much less than £100 it probably isn't simultaneous), but also wanted gbit wired ports too.

Having shopped around a bit I settled on this as being the nearest to my requirements.
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88 of 94 people found the following review helpful By A. Baxter on 6 Dec. 2009
Style Name: N600 dual band gigabit
Decided it was time to move with the times, since wireless Internet arrived in our household around 7 years ago in the guise of a Bullalo GR54...oh how things have changed !

One button press on the Netgear WNDR3700 followed by a button press on, 2 laptops, Canon MP 620 printer and a Netgaeat 5ghz access point and away you go.

Also my Office PC via gigabyte ethernet, A PS3 via gigabyte ethernet, daughters pc via gigabyte ethernet.

So, So easy, no assigning IPs or anything like that, I have added a Freecom 250gb external usb hard drive to the network via the WNDR3700s USB, put a music folder, movie folder and homework folder.

This Router is superb, nothing upsets it, as I write this Daughter 1 is watching streamed movie, Daughter 2 is playing an online game via laptop and wife is watching a movie downstairs via the 5ghz link and its all running so smooth.

I paired this up with a netgear WNHDE111 access point that I got off ebay, again one putton push and away we go. That is situated diagonaly opposite in the house (ie one floor down, three rooms away 25m...ish)hooked up to this is a the new AC Ryan Playon HD player and again as I write it is streaming HD quality with full DTS sound out put.

With this setup I do not need to turn on my main PC to stream media anywhere in the house (or street)the WNDR 3700 also has a simple button on the front to press and turn off both networks, thereby saving power and reducing exposure to RF.

As soon as I hooked the unit up it asked if I wanted to update firmware, I said OK, it did it automaticaly and asked for a restart, since then pure plain sailing, no dropped connections, no glitching whilst streaming.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By E. McKnight on 3 Sept. 2010
Style Name: N600 dual band gigabit Verified Purchase
I was a little concerned to read some of the negative comments regarding this product before buying it. I needed to upgrade an ageing 54g router which had started to become unreliable. All the negative comments concern, speed of the router, wireless range, even it's capability of hooking up a USB hard disk to act as an NAS device. I have always had very positive experience of Netgear's networking products and this is no exception. For all the people who are disappointed with the performance or have problems with this router clearly do not know what they are doing. This device was a breeze to set up and works like a charm. I hooked up a 2Tb LaCie hard disk to the USB port - it worked straightaway so am able to stream HD content and uncompressed music wirelessly to various computers around a large house, My Xbox 360 saw the media streaming functions of the Router straight away there was no setup problems there, PS3 owners would also find it equally easy, I could also tune the Routers QoS functions to optimize its speed for online gaming. It has so many advanced networking features that are tailored to home entertainment network enthusiasts, and those people are who is router is really marketed at. If you are looking for something that will just make your internet quicker without changing anything else or give you greater range over a large area this is not the product for you and you need to be considering a different combination of home networking products to achieve that. Overall I am extremely impressed with the array of functions and performance of this router, I get blazingly quick wireless connection speeds on my laptop and desktop, and there are so many features to accommodate any current or future facet of wireless entertainment networking for the home, that you just can't go wrong with this device. A super-league router, that packs an abundance of useful features into an expected higher price tag, but is ultimately worth every penny.
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