Reviews and Problems with Netgear RangeMax WNDR3300
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Netgear WNDR3300 Powerful Yet Weak
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I brought the Netgear WNDR3300 Wireless Router for its price and features. This was the cheapest router I found that would allow me to broadcast on two ranges simultaneously. This was especially important as I live with multiple roommates, some who do not have Wireless N while others do. I also picked this router as I was able to format it with custom firmware of DD-WRT, which makes the router much more powerful.
Summary: WIRELESS ROUTER CONNECTS BUT CONNECTION IS SOON LOST AFTER COUPLE OF MINUITES ABOUT EVERY TWO MINUITES.CANNOT FIND THE SIGNAL ON THE LAPTOP BUT SOON REAPPEARS. WASTE OF MONEY I THINK IT HAS SOME SIGNAL ISSUE MAY BE ANTENNA.
"Worked for six months. Connection consistenly drops."
29 December 2009
Pros: Worked good for a while.
Cons: Consistently loses connection. My PS3, laptops, and finally my wired PC have all lost connections. 90 day tech support is worthless. Have to be about 10ft away and in line of site to establish wireless connection. Tech support has not answered emails