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NETGEAR announces RangeMax Dual Band Router

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NETGEAR RangeMax

NETGEAR led off it’s new product introductions this morning with the RangeMax Dual Band Router, and with good reason. Much of what the company is focusing on is their proprietary antenna arrangement and their manufacture from metamaterials, giving their products stronger signal across the network.

The RangeMax supports 802.11g devices as well as clients based on 2.4 and 5 GHz Wireless-N along with 802.11n draft 2.0 single and dual band. The 8 antennas and support for 5 GHz utilize 23 non-overlapping channels allowing the unit to avoid interference from household appliances. The unit also features QoS to prioritize network traffic.

$129.99 (WNDR3300).

Another version featuring the same 8 internal antennas is the RangeMax Wireless N Gigabit Router. This five port unit costs $159.

The NETGEAR RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router (WNR3500) incorporates an ultra-fast five-port 10/100/1000 Mbps switch (one Gigabit Ethernet WAN and four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports), to deliver the fastest possible wireless-to-wired network performance, and an array of eight internal Antennas to reduce the effects of RF interference and maximize wireless performance and range.

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  1. Netgear can blow me.
    I've been a sheep by using their products for well over 2 years now.
    have not seen ANY improvement.
    Do yourself a favor guys- if you want good products, get cisco products.
    I'm not working for cisco, but I've had ONE cisco product and it's had way more BANG for my buck than any of Netgear's chinese assembled pieces of sh*t.
    Support sucks, I have not got ONE competent employee while I was trying to get my products fixed.
    Go to this URL- It's got a review from a guy on there named "datajockeys".
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N82E16833122007
    He's got some wise words ALL OF YOU need to see.

    matthew S