Netgear unveils a couple more wireless routers
Netgear is a name often associated with network equipment, and today signals the release of two more wireless-N networking solutions for consumers and office folk in the form of the NETGEAR Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-in DSL Modem (DGN2000). Both devices are more than capable of delivering the performance required to support the simultaneous use of bandwidth-intensive applications such as Internet surfing, Internet telephony, online gaming, and high-definition video streaming. Not only that, users will also benefit from Quality of Service (QoS) that ensures the right prioritization of simultaneous traffic. More details on both models right after the jump.
The NETGEAR Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem (DGN2000) deliver the highest wireless performance and longest ranges to support today’s Wireless-N notebooks and adapters while providing simultaneous support for legacy 802.11g devices. The Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem incorporates an ADSL2+ modem enabling users to easily and seamlessly upgrade existing equipment provided by DSL Internet service providers. The WNR2000 and DGN2000 both incorporate efficient Energy Star-qualified power supplies and feature an on/off switch to save energy when the network is not in use.
The NETGEAR Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem (DGN2000) enable users to quickly and easily establish a secure network with a robust security feature set that includes: double firewall (NAT and SPI), Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack protection, Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS), WiFi Protected Access(TM) (WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK), Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP), Wireless Access Control to identify authorized wireless network devices, and Wi-Fi Protected Setup(TM) (WPS) for push-button connection of network devices.
You can pick up the Wireless-N Router (WNR2000) and Wireless-N Router with Built-In DSL Modem (DGN2000) for $89 and $119, respectively. Each purchase comes with a one-year limited warranty. Image courtesy of Engadget.