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NETGEAR Wireless Router - N300 (WNR2000)

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  • Get connected to high-speed Internet instantaneously and effortlessly with the NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router. It's compatible with both older Wireless-G devices, as well as the new Wireless-N devices. The patented Push 'n' Connection feature on this high-speed internet router uses Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) technology to make online communication safe and secure. The PIN and SSID are randomly generated by the Push 'n' Connect router, and are difficult to decode. This NETGEAR wireless router features five Ethernet ports, including one WAN and four LAN. This allows you to connect up to four devices such as your PC, gaming console and iPad simultaneously. The live parental control lets you personalize the filter setting and block inappropriate applications and websites for children. The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router comes with a broadband usage meter that generates customized reports, so you can keep track of your usage.

    Get connected to high-speed Internet instantaneously and effortlessly with the NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router. It's compatible with both older Wireless-G devices, as well as the new Wireless-N devices. The patented Push 'n' Connection feature on this high-speed internet router uses Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) technology to make online communication safe and secure. The PIN and SSID are randomly generated by the Push 'n' Connect router, and are difficult to decode. This NETGEAR wireless router features five Ethernet ports, including one WAN and four LAN. This allows you to connect up to four devices such as your PC, gaming console and iPad simultaneously. The live parental control lets you personalize the filter setting and block inappropriate applications and websites for children. The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router comes with a broadband usage meter that generates customized reports, so you can keep track of your usage.

  • Get connected to high-speed Internet instantaneously and effortlessly with the NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router. It's compatible with both older Wireless-G devices, as well as the new Wireless-N devices. The patented Push 'n' Connection feature on this high-speed internet router uses Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) technology to make online communication safe and secure. The PIN and SSID are randomly generated by the Push 'n' Connect router, and are difficult to decode. This NETGEAR wireless router features five Ethernet ports, including one WAN and four LAN. This allows you to connect up to four devices such as your PC, gaming console and iPad simultaneously. The live parental control lets you personalize the filter setting and block inappropriate applications and websites for children. The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router comes with a broadband usage meter that generates customized reports, so you can keep track of your usage.

    Get connected to high-speed Internet instantaneously and effortlessly with the NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router. It's compatible with both older Wireless-G devices, as well as the new Wireless-N devices. The patented Push 'n' Connection feature on this high-speed internet router uses Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) technology to make online communication safe and secure. The PIN and SSID are randomly generated by the Push 'n' Connect router, and are difficult to decode. This NETGEAR wireless router features five Ethernet ports, including one WAN and four LAN. This allows you to connect up to four devices such as your PC, gaming console and iPad simultaneously. The live parental control lets you personalize the filter setting and block inappropriate applications and websites for children. The NETGEAR N300 Wireless Router comes with a broadband usage meter that generates customized reports, so you can keep track of your usage.

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    The Netgear N300 wireless router (WNXR2000) is special in that it combines a conventional router with a wired powerline connection. No need to fumble with two different devices to get that kind of functionality. If you happen to have the older-gen Xbox 360, for example, this could prove to be very useful. No one wants lag and jitteriness when they’re pwning n00bs in Call of Duty.

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The Netgear N300 Wireless Router is a simple and affordable way to navigate the internet, manage email, chat online and conduct social networking. It has detachable antennas. The dashboard makes it easy to monitor and manage your home network. Set up is easy and does not require an installation CD. Parental controls are included.

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The Netgear N300 conforms to the IEEE 802.11n wireless standard, so it is referred to as a . Theoretically, it can operate at speeds up to 300Mbps. If you want to buy the best home wireless router and your budget is not limited, then you should look at an IEEE 802.11ac router. While wireless ac routers are at least triple the cost of n routers, an ac router would also boost the theoretical data-transmission speed to 1.75Gbps. Realize, however, that even if you can afford a wireless ac router, you would also need to buy new laptops, tablets and smartphones to take advantage of the extra speed supported by IEEE 802.11ac. Wireless ac equipment will drop in price in about two years, and in the meantime, 802.11n is the affordable approach.