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Netgear DGND3300 Wireless N Router Review

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010

This is a brilliant new router that I purchased for myself, replacing my outdated and malfunctioning Linksys G Router. It consists of Dual Band Wireless, with both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, and also a USB port for USB HDD share with any USB compatible device, except for printers (I'm not entirely sure, but plug-n-play doesn't work for printers). Features a piano black glossy finish, and a rather uneeded blue Netgear circle on the top that has little blue LED's in it. It also has 4 fast (100mbps) ethernet ports, and an in-built ADSL2+ modem. The router itself can also be used as just a 4 port high speed hub for gaming or LAN based work, as the DSL modem inbuilt can be disabled. More details are in the review. Please comment, thumbs up and subscribe, as all are appreciated.

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