Summary: I had a problem I'm a amazon prime member but was unable to watch movies. Had be back and fought between amazon and my internet provider. Both was saying that they weren't the problem. I had a old router by D-link (THEY HAVE NO CUSTMER SERVICE!!!!!!).
Summary: In terms of speed/connectivity, I'd say it beats my cisco and other netgear product. However, the ready share works doesn't work as expected. From my network enable TV, I can access to a USB drive connected to WNDR4000 intermittently. Sometime it just disappear!!!.
Summary: When I set out to find a new router I had the following requirements: - Must be able to run dd-wrt (in case the stock firmware sucked) - 802.11n - Wall mountable (Needs to be mounted inside an in-wall enclosure).
Summary: I have several Netgear products including the often maligned Netgear Stora and the Netgear N750 is the first not to work completely as advertised. I NEVER see the top wireless speeds listed for 2.4ghz band.
Summary: Almost perfect, with lifetime warrantyUS only and lots future. I think is quite good. I just hope netgear can fix those small problem by upload next firmware. PS: PS3 connection sometimes will drop when play coop game with other player.
Pros: Very Good, However you have to put router under floor if you have two stories, if you have one stories, user stander and put cover shows netgear fach to all the room if possible. It sound crazy but is true. The USB support almost every HDD,Flash Drive.
Cons: I found coup device still have comparable issues PS3,Android phones and PSP. Those device have no connection problem, But when these device wish to connect to internet,PSN,Android Service, it will experience lagging problem. USB only support storage device, any other device are not support.
Summary: Whatever kinks existed with this product in the last year seem to have been resolved. After realizing that most of the negative reviews of this product occurred pre-2011, I decided to take a chance, despite the 4-to-1 good-to-bad rating trends.
Summary: I bought this to avoid frequent dropouts on my wireless network which I thought was being caused by too many overlapping networks in my apartment complex. My old Linksys E1000 would break the connection between the wireless devices for about 30 seconds (real annoying when you are streaming video and...