|Processor||2.1 GHz Intel Pentium 4|
|Hard Drive||320 GB|
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Netgear N600 Wireless Router - Dual Band Gigabit (WNDR3700)
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- Supports Windows 8
- High-performance wireless router with speeds up to 600 Mbps; ideal for video streaming and online gaming
- Simultaneous Dual Band - Doubles bandwidth and reduce WiFi interference for better connections
- NETGEAR Genie® App - Easy-to-use dashboard to monitor, control & repair home networks
- Wireless security with the highest grade protection
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|Data Transfer Rate||300 Megabits Per Second||300||300 Megabits Per Second||1200 Megabits Per Second|
|Total Lan Ports||4||2||4||Information not provided|
|Wireless Comm Standard||802 11 BGN||2.4 ghz radio frequency||802 11 ABGN||802 11 AC|
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From the Manufacturer
- Faster WiFi speed - up to 600Mbps
- WiFi range for medium to large homes
- Powerful antennas - Improved wifi speed & range
NETGEAR N600 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router
The N600 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Router delivers high-performance wireless speeds of up to 300+300Mbps and is the ideal router for medium to large homes. It delivers speed and reliability need for HD streaming, online gaming and a secure, reliable connection to the Internet
- Wirelessly access & share a USB hard drive
- Wirelessly access & share a USB printer
- NETGEAR genie App – Enjoy more of your connected home
- Live Parental Controls
- Dual Band reduces interference for better connections to more WiFi devices
Speed, Range, Reliable Connections. ..
Faster WiFi – Up to 300+300 Mbps
Range – For medium to large homes
Gigabit Wired – Ideal for HD gaming & video
Advanced QoS – Optimized for smooth streaming & gaming
DLNA – Find 7 play your media on DLNA TVs & game consoles
ReadySHARE USB Access – Wirelessly access & share USB storage
ReadySHARE Printer – Wirelessly access & share a USB printer
ReadySHARE Vault – Free software for automatic PC backup to a USB hard drive connected to the router
Ease of Use
Easy setup for iPad, tablets, smartphones & computers
NETGEAR Genie App – Personal dashboard to monitor, control & repair your home network
Push ‘N’ Connect – Easy push button WiFi connections (WPS)
WiFi on/off – Conveniently program access times & conserve up to 30% of power
VPN Support – Secure access to your home network
Parental controls – Web filtering for all your connected devices
Guest network access –Separate & secure access for guests
Secure WiFi connections – Highest level wireless security with WPA/WPA2
- N600 WiFi Router (WNDR3700v5)
- Ethernet cable
- Power adapter
- Quick Start Guide
NETGEAR genie App
NETGEAR genie makes installation almost effortless. Genie also allows you to easily monitor, connect & control your home network from a PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
- Home network manager
- Makes any printer AirPrint compatible
- Find & play media files in your network
- EZ Mobile Connect – Scan QR code to connect
- Ultra fast file transfer across devices in your home network
Top Customer Reviews
This router works well, has excellent coverage, has an excellent user interface, uses SAMBA to share either storage or a printer which has native support on Windows machines and on Apple computers, supports Kindle Fire and Apple devices (IPAD, ITOUCH) with a SAMBA app. This unit has the same security hole that every other router I have tried has in that it allows you to log into the device via the wireless using just http instead of https which means that you are broadcasting your user id and password unencrypted over the air. To avoid this sign in only using one of the hard wire router ports.
Here are the things that I wanted it to be able to do:
1. Support Apple products including IPAD2, IPAD3, and the I-Touch.
2. Support multiple Microsoft Operating Systems to include: Vista Pro, Windows 7 Pro, Windows 7 Home, Windows 8, and Windows Home Server.
3. Support multiple manufacturers of Internet Enabled TVs
4. Support multiple manufacturers of Internet Enabled Blue Ray.
5. Support multiple manufacturers of Internet Enabled Audio Receivers.
6. Provide full coverage to a two story home of 3300 square feet, and attached three car garage, and coverage to all areas of the 1/3 acre property that the house sits on.Read more ›
Modifying the two dual band networks for different names and passwords is straight forward, and I preferred to do it manually. After logging into the firmware, the screens are divided into three panels. The left panel is the list of the feature sets, such as "wireless settings," or "guest network" settings; the middle panel has the pick list of options for the feature set; and the right panel on the screen explains, in the easiest of terms, what the features and options mean. There is little need to refer to the product manual or other help. Everything is in one place, and in the right place.
I attained maximum speeds with each of the dual bands when my laptops were in close proximity to the router. My throughput on the 5 Ghertz band using the "n" protocol was a blazing 300 Mbps. With my previous router, I was never able to achieve anything faster than 130 Mbps. As is the case with the 5 Ghertz channel, this speed drops off quickly as I moved my laptop away from the router. By 30 feet, I was down to 100 Mbps a second, but still relatively fast when compared to the legacy "g" speeds. On the 2.4 Ghertz band, using the "g" protocol, I saw very little degradation within 50 feet of the router.
I streamed a Netflix movie to an HD television flawlessly through a Toshiba laptop and an HDMI cable. There was no stutter in the picture, and the picture quality was excellent.Read more ›
Transmit power of the WNDR4500 is excellent; the best, in fact. Power is proportional to transmission speed; the farther away you are from a wireless transmitter, the slower your Internet will become. So power of transmission is of paramount importance. You can reliably measure power using software like inSSIDer; don't go by number of bars. I prefer the WNDR4500's 2.4GHz transmitter (to the 5GHz 802.11ac transmitter) because signal power is about 12dB higher. Having two transmitted signals in a household just confuses clients and creates two separate independent networks; which is bad when you want all the computers and accessories in a house to talk to each other. So, I generally turn off the 5GHz transmitter in the Netgear Genie.
WNDR4500 is NOT a beamformer; and that is a good thing, in my opinion. The latest generation of Routers tout "beamforming". This is a good idea, theoretically, only if a transmitter knows (can localize) where the receiver actually is (your computer or cellphone). But I don't believe it is possible to localize a receiver well because a typical house provides too many reflections, barriers, and receivers to a transmitter. So if a Router makes a mistake in localization (points its beam in the wrong direction), then that means someone in your household is going to get a lousy low power signal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never had an issue with this. Just plugged it in and went through the simple set up and have forgotten about it. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by JerryS
I've had zero connectivity issues since installing this router. It was an easy install. The only thing that was a bit difficult was finding were I could set my own password and... Read morePublished 1 day ago by inkyinkerton
Works well and very fast for the price, but took a little work to configure it to take full advantage of my gigabit internet connection. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kreebler
This was just what we needed. It came very nicely packaged and our wifi has been working great since we installed it.Published 2 days ago by Dana L.
Happy with the product, except that the electrical cable just stopped working and I had to get another one from an old router, I thought it was the modem but I tested it with... Read morePublished 3 days ago by elena
I have owned this router for several years without any complaints. Setup was simple and I am glad that no antennas protruded from the unit. Read morePublished 4 days ago by junkfoodjunky
Installation was fairly easy and the router works well. I tried to add a wireless printer and lost my wireless network. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing router. I've had it about a year and a half now. Other routers were somewhat inconsistent and needed frequent power cycling to stay up, but not this one! Read morePublished 4 days ago by R. Tomek
Wouldn't work with my set up and had to return. I did spend hours and different configurations to get it to work and finally gave up. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Denise Cortelyou