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NETGEAR Wireless Router - N300 (WNR2000)
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- Supports Windows 8
- Fast downloads and online gaming with speeds up to 300 Mbps
- NETGEAR Genie® App - Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control & repair home networks
- Live Parental Controls - Centralized parental control for all of your connected devices
- Wireless security with the highest grade protection
- Backed by NETGEAR Lifetime Warranty
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First Impressions/Hardware Impressions
This router looks very nice. The lines are clean (there is no external antenna). The plastic is shiny. The lights on the front are stylish. The only thing I didn't like was that the manual said that the unit MUST be used in the vertical position, due to concerns about operating temperature (and probably the internal antenna, too). This is fine and all, but I liked the ability of the Linksys and other routers I've owned to be wall-mounted or positioned horizontally. The router is set up thoughtfully, and I like the on/off switch; I've never seen one on a router before, and I don't intend to use it, but it's nice to be able to turn off a piece of electronic equipment for a change! The packaging was spartan, sensible, and minimal, which I liked.
The router comes with a CD with a Windows-based setup wizard. As a Mac and Linux user, this made me a bit nervous.Read more ›
For the physical look of the product, I'm happy with the direction Netgear is going - a slim, vertical product like a book-end rather than the usual horizontal arrangement where you end up stacking all other components on top of each other. This design is smarter for a product that has no external antenna.
(As comparison, I have been using an Apple AirPort Extreme router also with an internal antenna and I elevate it on higher ground in order to get better coverage across the home. Although I have had no problems with the wireless coverage of the Apple Base Station, I would assume this uses a lot more power to provide a stronger signal).
With Netgear WNR2000, the vertical setup allows a bit more wireless coverage and hopefully less power. Case in point the product has gone green as well and even includes a power switch.
Anyway, the router comes with the power supply, a snap-on stand for that vertical arrangement, an ethernet cable to get you hooked up to your modem, and a CD that contains the Smart Wizard installer for Windows users.Read more ›
I saw the exact same router in someone else's house, but it was working amazingly well! Everything connected and worked beautifully. What was the difference? The version. If your router says only WNR2000 on the back, you're out of luck -- it's the first version, and it will have serious issues. If it says WNR2000 ver 2 or ver 3 instead, you should be fine. Unfortunately, there's no way to know from looking at the box, so I don't recommend buying this router on Amazon. Go into Best Buy and demand to open the box, or just be ready to return it if it's the wrong version. I think this also explains why some people have really bad issues while other people have none -- they've got different versions of the same router.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
software that comes with the router (Netgear Genie) has some good options to configure the router as desired. Good range and fast speed. Read morePublished 5 days ago by DC in CT
It improved my TV, computer is running faster. It is the best router around.Published 8 days ago by Lester Albaugh
I had a terrible experience with a Netgear 15 WNR2000v4 router. It didn't work. After 45 minutes on the phone with Netgear, Netgear told me it was defective and promised to send... Read morePublished 9 days ago by The Goldstein Residence
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