Wednesday, August 29th 2012

NETGEAR Introduces New Feature-Rich High Performance N750 Premium WiFi Router

NETGEAR, Inc., a global networking company that delivers innovative products to consumers, businesses and service providers, today announced the NETGEAR N750 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router - Premium Edition (WNDR4300), a wireless solution that combines a rich feature set with blazing fast 750 Mbps (300 + 450 Mbps) speed to stream HD video, support multiplayer gaming and handle large file transfers. Featuring secure NETGEAR ReadyShare Cloud service and compatibility with Apple Time Machine, the NETGEAR N750 is a cost-effective router that makes home networks faster, more reliable and easier to manage in medium-to-large homes.

The NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Premium Router includes NETGEAR ReadyShare Cloud service, which enables the creation of a highly secure private cloud for easily accessing and sharing files wirelessly. NETGEAR ReadyShare Cloud keeps all your files stored securely at home but available to transfer, edit or share anywhere, anytime remotely via your smartphone, tablet or PC. Simply and securely drag and drop files and folders without the hassle of using multiple file sharing sites or uploading.


The NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Premium Router's compatibility with Apple Time Machine provides automatic wireless backup to a connected USB hard drive for Macs. The router also offers expanded TiVo Storage via a connected USB drive for saving your favorite programs and NETGEAR ReadyShare Printer for sharing USB printers on the network. Simultaneous dual band (2.4 and 5.0 GHz) and four gigabit Ethernet ports ensure an ultra-fast connection and stronger WiFi connections for medium-to-larger homes.

"The NETGEAR N750 Premium WiFi router provides a feature rich solution to meet increasing consumer demand for safe and secure access to data anytime and anywhere," said Sandeep Harpalani, senior product line manager for wireless networking, NETGEAR. "By offering a feature set unmatched by any other wireless router on the market, NETGEAR raises the bar and firmly reiterates its position of leadership in the market."

The NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Difference:

● Faster WiFi speed – up to 750 Mbps (300 + 450 Mbps) for fast HD video streaming, simultaneous downloads and lag-free online gaming
● NETGEAR ReadyShare Printer easily turns any existing USB printer into a fully functional networked printer that is compatible with Macs and PCs
● NETGEAR Genie is a free utility for PCs and Macs that enables home users to easily control, monitor, repair and manage their home networks through a simple dashboard
● Makes any printer compatible with Apple AirPrint so that iPads or iPhones can print to any printer in the home
● NETGEAR MyMedia enables you to quickly find and play media files in your network
● Supports the DLNA standard for streaming media to DLNA-enabled HDTVs, Blu-ray players and game consoles
● Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) provides the best possible viewing experience for Internet video by giving priority to video streams over other home network traffic
● Security is provided by WPA and WPA2 protocols for WiFi, double firewall (SPI and NAT) protection against Internet threats, and denial-of-service (DoS) attack prevention
● NETGEAR Live Parental Controls offer centralized, flexible and reliable parental control through web filtering for all devices on the network for a safe online environment

Easy to Install, Set Up and Use
Setup for the NETGEAR N750 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router - Premium Edition is easy for the Apple iPad, tablets, smartphones and computers. Just the push of a button establishes WiFi connections (WPS), and NETGEAR Genie makes home network management simple.

Pricing and Availability
The NETGEAR N750 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router - Premium Edition (WNDR4300), is available from major worldwide retailers, in stores and online for $119.99 USD.
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6 Comments on NETGEAR Introduces New Feature-Rich High Performance N750 Premium WiFi Router

#1
james888
Not much better than my netgear n600(3700)
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RicheemXX
Its a total waste considering most devices (iPad,s, tablets, notebooks ect) and adapters on the market today aren't capable of those speeds. Even then the ones that are are typically crap USB models.
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james888
These are not a waste if you have 10+ devices using them. I only have 7 or so at a given time. My n600 handles that great. Not a waste. I am very happy with my router. This can't be much better, but even being the same as my n600 would make it good.
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RicheemXX
by: james888
These are not a waste if you have 10+ devices using them. I only have 7 or so at a given time. My n600 handles that great. Not a waste. I am very happy with my router. This can't be much better, but even being the same as my n600 would make it good.
The only benefit over your N600 would be the added speed on the second channel and maybe the cloud service? Unless they added better chips for better range and you are running at those speeds then, yes its a total waste! All of your clients adapters have to match the performance of the N600 (300Mbpsx300Mbps) and even if they did you're are more than likely not even touching the theoretical throughput the router can handle. Adding a theoretical 150Mbps is more marketing than performance.

I have the Linksys E4200v2 that runs at 450x450 but see little to no performance gains since there aren't any decent adapters out there that can handle those speeds. Its a bit like using a 10/100 network adapter on a Gigabit router, it just makes no sense. You have to match your all of components across the board for the optimized speeds. Otherwise you are simply running at the highest wireless speed you'll see supported between two devices is limited to that of the lowest wireless technology of each device.
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james888
The reason I upgraded to it was for more simultaneous connections. My old belkin could would get super slow with 4 devices all trying to do something through it. I now have 7 sometimes at a given time. I wanted something reliable also. I wanted something relatively future proof, so that I wouldn't have to get another router for a while. I bought my n600 and am happy with it. It may not be for everyone but it fits my needs.
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RicheemXX
I've been eyeballing the new 802.11ac routers. They are still ridiculously high and there is a lack of wireless adapters right now, but it is eventually going to be the latest greatest. Right now I don't really have much to worry about since most of my wireless devices are only used for browsing the web but if you live in a house that is media centric these things are supposed to be pretty impressive. If you have several concurrent wireless connections streaming loads of video then they are supposed to offer tons of extra bandwidth.
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