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Netgear Nighthawk X4S Wireless Router Review — 4/26/2016

Gadget Review, Chris Stobing

Gadget Review’s Chris Stobing loved the design of the R7800 saying “the brushed steel-esque casing just oozes an aura of sophistication.” They also liked the performance of the device and said “the router still shines bright under the fact that it’s still significantly cheaper and faster than the competition without breaking a sweat.” The one major criticism they had is that the Genie app feels out of date but overall called the device a “strong performer and a good looker.”

Technology For Home, Small Office: Docking Station To Travel Router — 4/25/2016

Investor’s Business Daily, Ted Needleman

Investor’s Business Daily posted a list of top technology for the home/work office and included the R8500 saying, “Upgrading to the latest Netgear Nighthawk X AC5300 router provides tri-band performance” and noted that the device “provides multiple Wi-Fi devices with maximum wireless performance.” They also noted that the device will “reach most areas in even a large office space” and “incorporates 6-gigabit Ethernet ports that allow you to attach wired devices as well.”

Extend your Wi-Fi range with these powerful amplifiers — 4/23/2016

Digital Trends, Tyler Lacoma

Digital Trends posted a list of top WiFi range extenders in which they included the Netgear EX6200. The article highlighted the functionality of the device by saying “Netgear’s powerful Wi-Fi extender has the ability to create dual band Wi-Fi speeds up to 1200Mbps and spread them throughout your house with a powerful 700mW range booster.” They also said “the extra features that really make this powerhouse stand out from the crowd” and called out features such as the ability to directly connect up to five wired devices and tracking capabilities that check your Wi-Fi strength based on location.

Netgear Arlo Security Cameras for Home Security — 4/16/2016

Storage Review, Consumer Desk

Storage Review posted a positive review of the Arlo Wire-Free noting its seamless setup and manageable features. Arlo cameras are well built, easy to manage, and allow both insurance companies and property owners to save money. The review also notes that some insurance companies will provide a discount for homeowners with the installation of a surveillance system.

NETGEAR NeoTV Streaming Player (NTV300) Review — 4/15/2016

Gazette Review, Staff

Gazette Review gave a positive review of the Netgear NeoTV Streaming Player stating that, “NETGEAR deserves some praise when it comes to this as they have done a good job, improving the performance of the NEOTV300 from its predecessor the NTV200. The device plays back content and features hi-definition properties, meaning that the picture quality exhibited is great.”

Netgear Arlo Q Review: One of the Best — 4/13/2016

Best Pet Cam, Staff

Netgear recently announced the release date for the Arlo Q HD Security Camera. In this write-up we will give you everything you need to know about the new Arlo Q smart cam including release date, pre order info, specs, pictures, and a review.

MGG 600: Dave & John’s Crystal Balls — 4/10/2016

The Mac Observer, John F. Braun and Dave Hamilton

MacObserver mentioned the C7000 during an episode of the Mac Geek Gab podcast. They begin discussing the product at about the 19:30 mark. They favorably compare the device to an ASUS cable modem and emphasized how easy it is to set-up. They also liked that it runs Netgear firmware and has the relevant features that come with the firmware. Overall they liked that it could be a modem or a router and said it was “pretty cool”.

Netgear ReadyNAS RN202 – Part 2 — 3/30/2016

AppleTechTalk, Staff

Since then, we’ve had an opportunity to put the RN202 through its paces and while we were generally pleased with its performance, we noticed some opportunities for improvement that we’ll discuss below.

Review: Netgear Nighthawk X8 AC5300 Tri-Band WiFi Router — 3/26/2016

Examiner, Patrick Scott Patterson

The Netgear Nighthawk X8 is the latest in the veteran company's varied product line. This time around, the router is actually ahead of the curve, providing a quad-stream signal before any products on the market are able to even support it's 2,166Mbps top speed.

Netgear Arlo Wireless Security Camera Review — 3/19/2016

Gadget Review, Christen Costa

The Arlo is 100% wireless.  It runs off a battery, albeit an awkward one; the CR123A.  They were, and perhaps are, still largely used in photography, so they’re available on a some what ubiquitous level, though you probably won’t find them in your grocer’s aisle.

NETGEAR Nighthawk X4S R7800 AC2600 Wireless Router — 3/18/2016

Missing Remote, Andrew Van Til

In fact, the 5GHz performance of the R7800 is the fastest I have measured both in media bridge mode and using PC adapters. While we have yet to see wide-spread rollout of 802.11AC client that support the full feature set of the R7800, including MU-MIMO and 160MHz channel width, it is fantastic that these are implemented in the router, providing a credible foundation for meeting the demands of future devices.

Netgear Nighthawk C7000 WiFi Cable Modem Router Review — 3/18/2016

Mac Sources, Nicholas Calderone

If you are setting up a network, home or small office, the Netgear Nighthawk c7000 should be on your short list of options for Internet equipment. It’s a very easy to use, stable, secure, and aesthetically pleasing, too. It’s great that since we’ve set it up, we haven’t had to do anything else with it. We have a lot of smart technology in our home and we’ve not had any issues with setting up the devices with the WiFi. It’s a great device with a very bright future.

MGG 595: Mike’s Dirty Sandbox — 3/16/2016

The Mac Observer , John Braun and Dave Hamilton

As part of a segment recommending routers to a listener they called the R7000 “tried and true technology” but noted the device has been out for a while and the listener may be ready for an upgrade. They moved on to highlight newer routers and recommended the R8500 as a great tri-band router that offers faster streaming and will be reliable for years to come.

Netgear ReadyNAS RN202 – Part 1 — 3/16/2016

AppleTechTalk, Apple Tech Talker

The Netgear ReadyNAS RN202 is a two bay NAS server and is sold in three configurations, Diskless, 4TB (2 x 2TB Drives) and 6TB (2 x 3TB Drives). Our evaluation unit, provided by Netgear came diskless but we were also provided with two Seagate Barracuda 7200 series, 1TB drives.


Digital Trends, Justin Pot

Netgear’s Nighthawk X4S gaming router is for exactly that sort of person. At $260, it’s not cheap, but that money gives you an 802.11ac router with combined bandwidth of up to 2.53Gbps. Four antenna and MU-MIMO capability means it can handle large houses, at least in theory. All of this is backed by a 1.7GHz dual core processor and 512 MB of RAM.

Netgear Arlo Wire Free Security System — 3/14/2016

ASE Labs, Aron Schatz

The Netgear Arlo two camera security system retails for $300 (Amazon) at the time of this review. The base system with a single camera can be had for about $170 and each camera adds about $130 to the system. A single base station can support up to five cameras.

NETGEAR NIGHTHAWK X4S D7800 Review — 3/14/2016

GamerHub.TV, Michael Wang

Lookwise, the sleek black Netgear Nighthawk X4S is quite similar to the old Nighthawk X4 router that launched last year. The design is classy and blends in well with other electrics with it’s matt black outer shell. To go even more low key, you can turn off all LEDs except for the power LED with a flip of a switch.

Netgear Arlo Q 1080P Security Camera Review — 3/11/2016

GamerHub.TV, Michael Wang

The Arlo Q 1080p HD Security Camera clearly stands out among the home security systems. It is an excellent investment that is reasonably priced at $220. Some may say the price is high but considering it’s loaded with features like motion detection, night vision, a two-way audio and a free cloud recording space, we honestly believe this currently offers the best value for the dollar.

New tech products to prepare for spring — 3/11/2016

New York’s PIX11, PIX11 Report

NETGEAR’s Arlo Q 1080p HD Security Camera with Audio (VMC3040) provides 1080p high-definition video and two-way communication to give smart home security its biggest IQ boost yet. NETGEAR also has an outdoor version – the Arlo Wire-Free. Weatherproof and wireless, this camera can see who’s coming up the driveway, knocking at the door, or out in the yard.

Netgear Arlo Q Review — 3/10/2016

TheTechReviewer, Colt Agar

Netgear’s Arlo Q is a top-end option for a home Wi-Fi enabled cameras though they justified its premium price-point with the quality build and design coupled with a highly competitive feature-set.

Netgear Nighthawk X6 Wireless Router Review — 3/8/2016

Gadget Review, Gadget Review Staff

The Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 AC3200 router is another entry into Netgear’s “ultra-performance” lineup of networking devices that look like they’re straight out of a military catalog, and perform with enough firepower to back it up.

Best Tech and Apps for Your Home Office — 3/7/2016

Forbes, Wirecutter Staff

The router and modem we recommend for home office users are the Netgear AC1750 R6400 and the ARRIS SURFboard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0, respectively. The Netgear AC1750 R6400 was faster at most tests than the router we recommend for most people—40 percent faster at longer distances under ideal conditions—and it offers power features usually found in much more expensive routers, such as a built-in VPN server to provide a secure connection to your network while you’re on the road, and a QoS feature to prioritize certain apps’ traffic.

Review: Netgear Nighthawk X4S Router — 3/4/2016


Netgear definitely has a winner here w/ the Nighthawk X4S (R7800). Adding the option of a 5GHz network in my home has been a big plus as I don't have too much ground cover in regards to area space. With the plethora of the aforementioned devices, having the feature to prioritize apps has been super helpful.

NETGEAR R7800 Nighthawk X4S Smart WiFi Gaming Router Reviewed — 3/3/2016

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

NETGEAR took its first step into the functional MU-MIMO router market with the R7500v2. The v2 swapped out the still-waiting-for-its-MU-MIMO-firmware Quantenna 5 GHz radio for a QCA9980 4x4 radio SoC with working MU-MIMO. But since it left the QCA9880 3x3 radio handling the 2.4 GHz side, the R7500v2 remained an AC2350 / 2400 class router.

Netgear Nighthawk X8 AC5300 Tri-Band Quad Stream Wi-Fi Router Review — 2/25/2016

TweakTown, Tyler Bernath

Netgear is one of the very few companies that continue to churn out high-quality products time after time. Since I have been reviewing routers, we have gone from seeing the launch of consumer 802.11ac with the first Nighthawk R7000, to several Nighthawk routers later the biggest and possibly best of them all, the R8500.

Netgear Nighthawk X8 Router Review — 2/17/2016

Audio Gurus, Clint DeBoer

When the Netgear Nighthawk X8 router was announced, I studied the specs and features and decided this would be a worthy use of my time to step up from the Netgear Nighthawk X6 router I had been using to optimize my wireless streaming for the past couple of years. I stream a lot of music from Spotify, but I also perform much more difficult tasks like pulling down content from DISH Netflix streaming and VUDU. 

NETGEAR Nighthawk R7300 AC1900 DST Router Review — 2/2/2016

Tweak Town, Tyler Bernath

With the Nighthawk R7300 DST, we have a hybrid solution that along with being a solid AC1900 solution uses the built-in power supply along with an adapter to extend the wireless network further than it could ever go. With that said, this solution is catered to users with very large homes, so it could be a little too much for some.

Netgear Nighthawk X8 R8500 AC5300 WiFi Router Review — 1/27/2016

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

Although expensive, we absolutely love the Netgear Nighthawk X8 R8500 AC5300. The X8 Wi-Fi is the fastest we have ever seen, has multiple Ethernet ports that expands it use for expanded NAS use as well as peripherals. We aren’t sure the R8500 has enough bells and whistles to justify its cost – and the MU-MIMO functionality has yet to be initiated, but this is far and away the best router we have seen.

Netgear ReadyNAS RN212 Network Attached Storage Review — 1/26/2016

Hot Hardware, Josh Norem

Netgear has released a new line of high-end-yet-consumer-friendly Network Attached Servers dubbed the RN210 family. They are available in both two-and-four bay models, and this time around we’ll be examining its two-bay model, the RN212. Keep in mind, however, that almost everything we cover here applies to the four-bay model as well, which goes by the moniker RN214.


Digital Trends, Brad Bourque

At the top of the Netgear lineup of new products, the Nighthawk X4S AC2600 (pictured above) packs in every possible performance feature, and then some. The device supports Wave 2 Wi-Fi, with MU-MIMO, 160MHz bandwidth, and quad-stream architecture for 2.4GHz and 5GHz broadcasting. The Nighthawk X4S AC2600 is the perfect router for gamers or media lovers and is available now for $270.

Netgear ProSAFE XS728T 24-Port 10GbE Ethernet Switch — 1/4/2016

TechPowerUp, Crmaris

Today, we will evaluate the XS728T, Netgear's flagship model with a price tag of around 8.000 US dollars right as it was released. The smaller model includes twelve 10-Gigabit copper ports and two combo SFP+ ports, while the XS728T has twice as many copper and SFP+ ports.

Top 10 Best Network Attached Storages In 2015 Reviews — 1/2/2016

EOTM Blog, EOTM Staff

Some people want to use this NAS unit [NetGear Ready NAS 102] today because they are interested with all features from this unit. It comes with complete file protection with 5 different levels of security system. This unit has automatic backup and synchronizing system, so you can store your essential files securely.

Modern Day Man Tech Gear — 1/2/2016

Men’s Health, Robert Twitty

Arlo is the world’s ONLY 100% wire-free, HD, Indoor/Outdoor Smart Home Security Cameras for at home monitoring. These small, discreet, motion activated cameras initiate automatic recording and alert you via email or app notifications.

Netgear ReadyNAS 202 — 12/30/2015

PC Mag, PC Mag Staff

The Netgear ReadyNAS 202 is a speedy consumer/SOHO network-attached storage (NAS) device that gives you access to your documents, music, photos, and videos whether you're at home or away. It's a simple way to get a personal cloud setup.

Tech Tuesday: The best home-security cameras — 12/22/2015

CTV News, Simon Cohen

So the Netgear Arlo, despite its limited feature set, is very attractive to buyers looking for a wireless option. On the downside, you need a separate base station to connect Arlo cameras to the Internet, but it’s included at this price point.

Netgear ReadyNAS RN214 with Real-time 1080p Transcoding — 12/17/2015

Audio Gurus, Audio Gurus Staff

The ReadyNAS RN214 is priced just under $500 (without drives) and you can get it configured with anything from 4TB to 12TB (or more). For that price you get a very robust, redundant, media server that can hold all of your songs, movies, and more—and serve them up to you whether you’re in another room…or another state!

NETGEAR Arlo Home Security System — 12/17/2015

Famadillo, Maria S

You plug [Arlo] in the base, you load the app and then poof. It’s all done. Life is that easy. We get tons of products, but honestly I can say I’ll be buying more add-on cameras for this thing because it was awesome and easy.

Review: NETGEAR Nighthawk R7300 DST Router & Adapter — 12/16/2015

We Got Served, Terry Walsh

Although there are some differences which inform that it’s not a simple rebadge. Visually, this 3×3 AC1900router is almost identical, with three detachable rear antennas and chamfered chassis housing a dual-core 1 GHz processor, supported by 128 MB flash and 256 MB RAM.

Actiontec WCB6200Q Wireless Network Extender — 12/14/2015

PC Mag, PC Mag Staff

The WCB6200Q delivered good single-user wireless throughput at up to 25 feet in my tests, but its range performance couldn't match our top pick for wireless range extenders, the NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (EX7000).

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 212 Review — 12/9/2015

Storage Review, Adam Armstrong

NETGEAR’s new ReadyNAS 212 (RN212) is designed for SOHO and home users. It comes with up to 12TB of capacity (6TB x 2), a 1.4GHz processor, and 2GB of memory.

Netgear Nighthawk X8 Router (R8500) review — 12/6/2015

Tech Gaming, Robert Allen

Netgear's Nighthawk X8 R8500 is the most powerful home router on the market, and is capable of handing the net traffic in even the busiest home. But the unit's awesome abilities might be overkill for most consumers.

The Best Gaming Routers — 12/1/2015

PC Gamer, James Norris

Range is above average [for R7000], with better throughput at distance than either of the budget picks, along with an excellent reliability record now that the initial firmware frustrations have been worked out. Netgear’s brand new Nighthawk X8 takes the crown for high-end routers after a tough battle in the lab with ASUS’s equally new and impressive RT-AC5300.

Arlo Q 1080p HD Security Camera Review — 11/23/2015

Nerdy Techy, Tech Guru

The Arlo Q (VMC3040) comes standard with 1080p high definition video recording capabilities. This clarity is what you need to see an in-depth field of view with visually appealing recordings that are easy to view.

The best gaming routers — 11/18/2015

PC Gamer, James Norris

The first midrange selection, Netgear’s R7000, is borderline budget hardware with a typical street price of $180 but an official listed sticker around $250. The entry-level Nighthawk sports dual cores, a swift USB 3.0 implementation for connected devices and sweetens the deal with some of the best range and stability in the dual-band class.

The best gaming routers — 11/18/2015

PC Gamer, James Norris

Two routers dominate here, but there’s really only one winner. Netgear’s brand new Nighthawk X8 takes the crown for high-end routers after a tough battle in the lab with ASUS’s equally new and impressive RT-AC5300. As always, it’s a tale of Netgear’s range and smooth firmware experience vs ASUS’s superior transfer speeds and more detailed options, but this round had a few additional surprises.

Netgear Nighthawk X4S D7800 review — 11/14/2015

APC, Dan Gardiner

Wave 2 is the next phase of 802.11ac Wi-Fi tech, and one which could ultimately see routers reaching 6.93Gbps transfer speeds — four times as fast as the 1.73Gbps on offer here. That’ll require entirely new hardware however — this is more just a first step.

Review: NETGEAR Prosafe 16 Port Click Switch — 11/5/2015

We got Served, Terry Walsh

While it's rare to see insight-driven innovation in the networking world - it's a feat that NETGEAR achieves with their 16-port ProSAFE Click Switch. While cheaper switches are available, if you're happy to pay a premium for great design, you'll love it

The best Wi-Fi router for most people — 10/30/2015

Business Insider, David Murphy

If you don’t mind paying more for terrific Wi-Fi performance and way better features than our pick offers, the Netgear R6400, our new $150 upgrade pick, has a great dollar-per-megabit ratio as well.

Netgear Nighthawk DST Review: The AC1900 router with DST adapter — 10/27/2015

The Slanted, Sean Thomas

If you have had connectivity issues in the past, then the NETGEAR Nighthawk R7300 DST system comes highly recommended. It’s one of the few systems specifically designed to make extending your home-network range as easy and as reliable as possible. Add the fact that NETGEAR’s genie app is one of the best in the business and our days of roaming around the house cursing the internet may finally be coming to a close.

10 Office Gadgets to Boost Your Productivity — 10/23/2015

Inc., John Brandon

Netgear Nighthawk WiFi Range Extender EX7000 ($169) Worth every penny, this Wi-Fi extender makes sure you can connect anywhere in the office up to 10,000 square feet. It uses three antennas that amplify the signal; installs in minutes.

Set The Mood With Philips hue Smart Lighting and Netgear Nighthawk DST Router #BBYConnectedHome #ad — 10/19/2015

G Style Magazine, TJ Jordan

In my home, we have way more connected devices than any normal family may need, but we’re not “normal” that has definitely impacted performance on plenty of occasions and has also made my new 4K television almost a wasted upgrade at times. For someone like me the new router, exclusively developed between Best Buy and Netgear, is a worthwhile purchase.

The Best Wi-Fi Router (for Most People) — 10/15/2015

The Wirecutter, David Murphy

If you don’t mind spending more for great wireless-ac speeds, range, and fancy features, get the AC1750 Netgear R6400 for $150. It was faster than our pick on a majority of our latest wireless-ac tests (it was roughly 40 percent faster at long distances under ideal conditions). Even better, it has all the major features of our previous upgrade pick, the AC1900 Netgear Nighthawk R7000, but it costs less. (You don’t need an AC1900 router.1)

Netgear Nighthawk R7000 Router Review — 10/14/2015

Gaming Illustrated, Ryan Bloom

The router features five Ethernet ports (one to connect a modem) and two USB ports, including a USB 3.0 port on the front. During our testing, fast WiFi speeds made the Ethernet ports unnecessary, but it’s always nice to have the option of a hardwired connection. A hard drive can be attached to the USB ports (we recommend using the front-facing USB 3.0) to easily create an in-home cloud network.

802.11ac Wi-Fi Router Round-Up: ASUS, Netgear, D-Link, and TRENDnet — 10/13/2015

Hot Hardware, Josh Norem

The Netgear Nighthawk X6 certainly sounds and looks like one bad-ass router. It's the kind of router where you know it's expensive (relatively speaking) just by looking at it. With its wing-shaped antennae and mesh grill on top, this puppy would look right at home next to any high-powered, liquid-cooled, custom-built PC. Naturally this is a tri-band router designed to provide wireless internet to a slew of devices all over a large area. In fact, on the Netgear website for this router under "WiFi Range it simply says, "very large homes." It offers dual 5GHz bands along with a lone 2.4GHz band.

Best Picks — 10/1/2015

Ottawa Life, Staff

Maximize your WiFi experience. The Netgear Nighthawk WiFi Range Extender boosts your connection in hard-to-reach areas.

NETGEAR Announces Quad-core A15 ReadyNAS 212/214 — 10/1/2015

MissingRemote, Andrew Van Til

NETGEAR announced the ReadyNAS 212 & 214 today bumping the spec from dual to a quad-core 1.4GHz ARM Cortex A15 for the 2XX family. The general feature set hasn’t changed; still offering all of the great backup and cloud goodness as before.

EP #280 – Netgear Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band WiFi Router Review — 10/1/2015

The Show Radio Media, Andrew Alliance

Netgear Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band WiFi Router, the latest from the hardware giant is a top tier router for those running multiple clients on their network. It features Tri-Band WiFi which helps deliver more stable Wifi to your clients, app and device dynamic QoS bandwidth and 6 high performance antennas for maximum range. Powered by a 1GHz dual core processor with 3 offload processors, the Nighthawk X6 can manage anything that you throw at it and it is also equipped with a USB 3.0 port for your printer and hard drive solutions.

Netgear AC1200 WiFi Range Extender Review (EX6200) — 9/17/2015

DailyTekk, By Staff

If the Internet access around your home or office is slower or weaker than you’d like: pay attention. The AC1200 WiFi Range Extender from NETGEAR can extend your WiFi range to the max while also ensuring fast connection speeds. It’s safe to say you don’t have an ultimate gaming, movie or network setup in general if you don’t have a device like this.

Boost your Wi-Fi at home or connect on the move — 9/18/2015

T3, David Nield

For most of us, staying connected is a necessity, which is why plenty of gadget makers have come up with hardware to help you deal with Wi-Fi dead zones either at home or when you're out and about. The Netgear AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender, is first on the list because its range extenders hook on to your existing Wi-Fi network and then blast it out again in all directions, acting as a kind of middleman between wherever your router is and the furthest reaches of the house.

Back-to-School Essentials You Didn’t Know Your Kids Needed — 9/10/2015

Aka Mom, Greer Barnes

Moms are experts when it comes to multitasking. You can take your daughter to ballet, get your son ready for fall ball practice, make a wholesome dinner, and do it all while planning the agenda for tomorrow morning’s work meeting. While you’re juggling the demands of everyday life though, your kids are trying to accomplish their own tasks as well, especially difficult and often tedious homework assignments. That’s why the Netgear Around Town Mobile Internet is such a lifesaver. While your daughter dances away at ballet practice, your son can work on all of his school assignments, including the ones that require the Web. This no-commitment 4G LTE mobile hotspot gives you high-speed Internet connection anywhere for up to ten hours. The hotspot can connect up to ten devices so everyone, including a busy mom, can take advantage of the fast connection.

NETGEAR FVS336G-300 ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit Firewall Reviewed — 9/14/2015

SmallNetBuilder, Doug Reid

Overall, the FVS336Gv3 is certainly a performance upgrade over the older FVS336G. I think the reliance on Windows'Virtual Passage SSL adapter holds the FVS336Gv3 back a bit, compared to other SSL VPN solutions, such as Open VPN. On the whole, though, the FVS336G-300 is a fast and highly configurable Dual WAN VPN Router.

Netgear ProSAFE Click 16-Port Ethernet Switch — 9/15/2015

TechPowerUp, By Staff

To wrap up, if you want a 16-port switch with a good feature set and don't have enough space for a bulky one, the GSS116E can be the solution to match your needs. It is backed by a lifetime warranty, so Netgear must be confident about its reliability over the long haul.

Verizon launches NETGEAR Jetpack AC791L -- the carrier's first 4G LTE-A mobile hotspot — 9/10/2015

BetaNews, Brian Fagioli

While portable hotspots are a dime a dozen, many of them are unreliable and flaky. Not to mention, you can typically tether directly from your phone. Using your phone, however, can quickly drain the battery -- a separate unit is preferable. Today, Verizon announces the NETGEAR Jetpack AC791L. This is Verizon's first-ever 4G LTE Advanced (LTE-A) Mobile Hotspot. Not only is it fast, but it has other goodies too. Not to mention, NETGEAR's reliability.

NetGear’s Arlo Home Security System – Travel With Peace of Mind #NETGEAR — 8/25/2015

Tourist Meets Traveler, Annemarie Leblanc

Since we returned home from vacation, we still use our Arlo camera system every day. We actually are doubling it as a baby monitor for when my granddaughter stays over. Whenever we hear a strange sound coming from her room, all we have to do is whip out our smart phones and we can tell exactly what she is up to. Altogether, I can honestly say that the Arlo security system has given me peace of mind – and in comparison to what it cost, it has gone above and beyond.

Speeding up your Internet streaming — 9/8/2015

WRBL, Staff Writer (Blue = Positive enough?)

If you need to upgrade your service, it should cost only another $5 to $10 per month to get to the next speed tier. Be aware that the problem might be with the modem, which brings the signal into your house. If you’re using an older modem, replacing it with a newer model can help improve speeds. If you rent your modem, ask your Internet provider to replace it with a newer model. And if you have Wi-Fi, make sure your router is new enough. Check the manufacturer’s website under technical specs to see that it supports the 802.11n standard. If you need to upgrade your router, consider a recent Consumer Reports Best Buy, the $90 Netgear model N750.

Arlo Home Security By Netgear Review: What It Offers That Others Don’t — 9/8/2015

As Mom Sees it, Mom

I’m thankful to live where we do. Our surroundings feel much like we’re in the middle of nowhere, but we’re within a 5 minute drive of a college town with great restaurants and shopping. But, that doesn’t mean that we’re completely safe from crime and I love how our new Arlo home security system from Netgear allows us to keep an eye on the house outside, as well as what’s going on inside.

Gizmo Guy: We have an embarrassment of surveillance options — 8/23/2015

Philadelphia Inquirer, Jonathan Takiff

Netgear Arlo. Designed for indoor or outdoor use, this HD camera system is weatherproof and entirely "wire-free" (other WiFi wireless security-cam systems above still require AC power connections). Love the magnetic camera mounts and the free cloud backup system, saving seven days of recordings.

How to save money on your internet cable bill! — 8/18/2015

Paul’s Tech Talk, Paul Sylvester

When I was contemplating getting internet, I decide to look for some good routers to use for my network. After much searching and looking, I found the NETGEAR N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router [Amazon Affiliate Link], which was in my price range and did what I wanted it to. It was rated highly on Amazon and other sites for the Parental Controls feature on the modem. I also got this for really cheap at a yard sale for about 20$, if I remember correctly. This might sound strange but I am always looking for the best deals for used electronics at yard sales. It is the best place to haggle and get what you are looking for. It however took some time to find the right modem when I went on yard sales. They can be sporadic to say the least and may not be the ones that I am looking for. I had a list of routers that I wanted to buy and had my mind set on those. It uses OpenDNS for the Parental controls and is really has a solid WEB UI to help parents set up the controls the right way!

NETGEAR R6400 Review — 8/19/2015

HomeNetworkAdmin, Staff Writer

Overall, the Netgear R6400 is a solid choice if you’re looking for a good dual-band wireless AC router, especially considering its large range. At $150, it faces some stiff competition, but you won’t be disappointed by its performance.

NETGEAR EX6150 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender Reviewed — 8/18/2015

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

The EX6150 earns a SmallNetBuilder Ranked #1 award, because it had the highest results in all ranked performance categories. But given the EX6150's 2.4 GHz wonkiness, I'd also give Linksys' RE6700 a look. Although it doesn't produce the EX6150's higher 5 GHz throughput, its 2.4 GHz performance is as good or better. The RE6700 also provides a pass-through power outlet, CrossBand technology that supports simultaneous opposite-band backhaul on both bands and DLNA audio streaming.

6 Techie Fixes to Radically Boost Your Productivity — 8/17/2015

Inc., John Brandon

Pump up your Internet speed and Wi-Fi signal: My new office will have a 200MB connection, the fastest they offer in my area. It's worth every penny of the $100 per month price tag. And, I'm using a Netgear EX7000 that also makes sure the Wi-Fi signal is as robust as possible for multiple people in an office. It's a simple design scheme. The most important piece of hardware is the heart (the laptop) but the second most important is the blood to the heart (sorry for the medical analogy). It has to be super-fast.

Consumer Reports: Speeding up your Internet streaming Review — 8/17/2015

KATU via Consumer Reports, Staff Writer

And if you have Wi-Fi, make sure your router is new enough. Check the manufacturer’s website under technical specs to see that it supports the 802.11n standard. If you need to upgrade your router, consider a recent Consumer Reports Best Buy, the $90 Netgear model N750.

Review: NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Wireless Router — 8/17/2015

Technabob, Paul Strauss

At the end of the day, the main reasons most people buy a wireless router are because they want fast and reliable internet connectivity, and the NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 delivers. If you live in a multi-story house or want access in the area immediately outside your home, it’s hard to beat the Nighthawk. In my experience, I saw a dramatic improvement in speed and reliability compared to other routers I’ve owned, especially as I got further away from the router.

Top 5 Best WiFi Modem/Routers Review — 8/17/2015

Heavy, Matt Malmlund

Though you have the option to purchase a separate modem and router, combo units are usually the more affordable, convenient option. Sure, if you are trying to push online gaming to its limits, you might be better off with a quality cable modem and one of the best AC routers, but aside from that, even an average modem router can handle everyday tasks like streaming, web surfing, and uploading.

Netgear Arlo review — 8/16/2015

Techradar, Kane Fulton

Arlo's flexibility makes it easy to recommend for indoor and outdoor use. The setup has the potential to shine when multiple cameras work together around the home as part of a rules-based system, and the ability to view camera feeds in real-time is a real bonus.

Top 5 Best WiFi Signal Boosters — 8/13/2015

Heavy, Matt Malmlund

When your wireless router doesn’t reach everywhere you need it to, there are many different methods for improving signal strength. Of course, you can get better signal distribution by upgrading or relocating your router, or even bridging it with a second router, but the simplest solution by far is to plug in a WiFi signal booster. Basic signal boosters are inexpensive, can take up no less space than a Glade plugin, and are usually all you need to fill out a couple of dead zones in your house.

Synology Diskstation DS2415+ NAS — 8/12/2015

Maximum PC, Tuan Nguyen

In our previous review, we used an ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 router for our network tests, but have since moved to a Netgear ProSAFE XS708E 10GbE switch. This will allow us to test NASes without a low bandwidth ceiling, since the XS708E supports link aggregation as well as a full 10Gbit/sec of performance on all 8 ports.

3 Wireless Security Camera Games — 8/10/2015

The Daily XY, Winston Landau

ARLO is a pretty intuitive system that, thanks to the wireless cameras, lets you get a bit creative with your home security. You could also use it to monitor your infant, your business, your elderly relatives—there are a few applications, is what we’re saying. The only real downside is that you’ll have to keep on top of the battery situation since your cameras are wireless. That hasn’t proved to be a major problem, though, so I’m thinking of setting up a sting operation to see which neighbourhood cat has been terrorising my poor lawn. Will post further updates as warranted.

MGG 565: Of Caps and Paste and Macs, Oh My! — 8/9/2015

The MacObserver, John F. Braun & Dave Hamilton

Ready to give up on your Mac? Don't let it go quite so easily. There might be an option or a repair or an upgrade! Have a Drobo or a DiskStation (or want one)? Do you know what it takes to manage one of those devices? It's not difficult, and John and Dave explain all that and more for you in one easy-to-digest podcast episode!

Top 5 Best AC Routers 2015 — 8/8/2015

Heavy Magazine, Matt Malmlund

With a case reminiscent of a stealth plane, Netgear’s Nighthawk AC1900 Gigabit Router attempts to hide its bulky casing with sleek edges while offering a high-capacity AC1900 Dual-Band connection (1300Mbps over 5GHz + 600Mbps over 2.4GHz). The original R7000 Nighthawk model has since been dethroned by the Nighthawk X6 as the fastest Netgear router available, but that leaves this older model at a discounted price that nets you an excellent value for a robust Dual-Band network that can easily balance connecting light-use devices like phones with gaming consoles that practically demand their own network.

NETGEAR Trek N300 Travel Router & Range Extender Review: Free, Safe, and Reliable WIFI on the Go — 8/6/2015

Tourist Meets Traveler, Annemarie Leblac

Since I received the NETGEAR Trek N300, it has been my favorite travel companion, and I recommend it to anyone who frequents public WIFI networks. Even if you just go to the coffee shop every day and they have great internet signal, the Trek is still vital because it offers a Firewall to protect your private information from other WIFI users, and identity theft is a real thing guys! I actually have already ordered a second NETGEAR Trek for our home so that my husband and I don’t have to fight over it anymore. He set it up to connect all of his electronic gadgets and manage them on the NETGEAR App, and it drives him crazy when I leave town and take it with me. If you don’t have a NETGEAR Trek N300 yet – then I highly recommend ordering one ASAP, it will make your lives so much easier!

How To: Improve Your Network Speeds With Moca Adapters — 8/4/2015

We Got Served, Terry Walsh

Last week, I picked up a pair of NETGEAR Powerline 1200 (PLP1200-100PAS) adapters. Now, these are probably the fastest adapters you can buy today, with real world speeds (over decent cabling) around 350 Mbps. These would definitely solve my network issues! Alas, a result of just 45 Mbps confirmed that Powerline was not going to be a great solution for me – in this house anyway.

NETGEAR EX6150 AC1200 WiFi Range Extender Reviewed — 8/4/2015

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

The EX6150 earns a SmallNetBuilder Ranked #1 award, because it had the highest results in all ranked performance categories. But given the EX6150's 2.4 GHz wonkiness, I'd also give Linksys' RE6700 a look. Although it doesn't produce the EX6150's higher 5 GHz throughput, its 2.4 GHz performance is as good or better. The RE6700 also provides a pass-through power outlet, CrossBand technology that supports simultaneous opposite-band backhaul on both bands and DLNA audio streaming.

Review: Netgear Arlo Smart Home Security Camera (Vms3230) — 7/31/2015

We Got Served, Terry Walsh

Weatherproof and wire-free - the NETGEAR Arlo is convenient to install and easy to operate. You'll find all the features you need to monitor your home inside and out and while geeks may rue the lack of smart home integration support, the inherent simplicity will be loved by all. A brilliant debut that I hope extends to more smart home devices from the Arlo stable.

Network Switch 101 — 7/31/2015

Tom’s Hardware, Eric Bliss

Switches can vary greatly in the types of materials used in their construction, ranging from metal to plastic for the housing. Plastic tends to be the material of choice among lower-end models. However, companies like Netgear offer unmanaged products, such as its GS105, with metal housings. They last longer than plastic and tend to be more durable.

Netgear Nighthawk R7000 Router Review: A Better Portal — 7/24/2015

Laptop Memo, Stefan Etienne

No matter the speed of your ISP (internet service provider), it all boils down to the wireless router you have installed. Well, it turns out that FiOS Quantum in NYC comes with a mediocre dual-band router, and as a result, was not only resulting in high pings for my League of Legends sessions, but made working and watching HD and 4K content an unsavory process. Enter, Netgear’s R7000 smart router — dubbed Nighthawk or “the Batmobile router” — with enough specs to deliver high speeds throughout a three-level home.

Nighthawk AC1900 Review — 7/21/2015

The Slanted, Sean Thomas

This was easily my favorite 2-in-1 I’ve tested, not just because it was consistent but because it will allow a lot of upgrade-room for users and the Genie software makes troubleshooting or customizing a breeze.

Update Your Home this Summer with These Techy Toys — 7/16/2015

AKA Mom Magazine, Greer Barnes

Most parents will agree that there is nothing more important than their family’s, especially their children’s, safety. More than ever there is a demand for home security, but security doesn’t always come cheap. That’s why the Arlo Security System with 2 HD Cameras is an absolute must. For around 350 dollars you get two HD indoor/outdoor cameras, a smart home base station that connects to your WiFi router, camera mounts, and seven days of free cloud recordings. Worry about your home’s security at night? Night vision and motion alerts will give you peace of mind while you sleep. The Arlo Security System even comes with a free app so operating your motion-alerted security system is easy and efficient.

Netgear GSS108E 8-Port Gigabit Click Switch — 7/15/2015

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

The mounting options and cable management system that the 8-port Netgear ProSAFE (GSS108E) Click Switch has is by far what sets this switch apart from anything else on in the industry. The combination of the Click Switch’s mounting abilities, performance and ability to monitor and control network traffic is why we gave it our Recommended Award. v

NETGEAR launches the feature-packed AC1570 Smart Wi-Fi router — 7/14/2015

Tweaktown, Chris Smith

Do you remember when routers were simple units, providing maybe a single Wi-Fi antenna and 100 Mbps Ethernet? Those days are gone - long gone. Offering a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, network management through the NETGEAR genie app and more, the NETGEAR AC1750 Smart Wi-Fi router (R6400) is designed for home use applications where Wi-Fi devices are in abundance.

Netgear launches new AC1750 smart WiFi router — 7/14/2015

Telecompaper, Staff Writer

Netgear expanded its portfolio of smart routers with the Netgear AC1750 Smart WiFi Router (R6400). A new design that includes high power amplifiers, external antennas and Airtime Fairness, combined with implicit and explicit Beamforming, boosts this router’s WiFi performance at long range by up to 80 percent over the previous-generation Netgear AC1750 Smart WiFi Router, the R6300. It features AC1750 WiFi, Gigabit Ethernet speeds, and three high-powered external antennas and offers up to three times faster access than routers with 802.11n technology and more reliable streaming for home computers and WiFi mobile devices

Netgear R6400 promises up to 80% boost from afar — 7/13/2015

Slash Gear, Chris Davies

Netgear has added a new smart router to its home networking line-up, with the AC1750 Smart WiFi Router R6400 promising up to 80-percent better performance at a distance. The new router, which offers 802.11ac WiFi along with backward compatibility for a/b/g/n devices, offers up to 1,750 Mbps speeds (450+1300 Mbps), at least in theory, along with simultaneous dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz use. Meanwhile there's a smartphone app for management rather than having to log into a clunky browser interface.

NETGEAR R6400 Ac1750 Smart Wifi Router Boosts Networking Range — 7/13/2015

We Got Served, Terry Walsh

NETGEAR this morning announced details of a brand new router that will be hitting shelves this week. The NETGEAR R6400 AC1750 Smart WiFi Router includes a new design that boosts networking range performance by up to 80 percent over the previous-generation NETGEAR AC1750 Smart WiFi Router, the R6300.

Building a Smart Home Series Part 6: Watching Over Your Home [#BaSH] — 7/13/2015

GStyle Magazine, Jason Anderson

The Arlo video security system is own by Netgear and I’ve tried this one out for the last several months. Arlo it pretty easy to set up as well, but does have a few more pieces to it for the process. With Arlo instead of each camera connecting to your WiFi network, a base unit connects to your network and the camera connect to the base unit. Setup was easy enough, after you connect the base to your network you connect the cameras to the base and your all good to go.

Netgear Arlo connected camera review — 7/11/2015

MobileSyrup, Ted Kritsonis

Home security seems to have reached something of a nexus point, where security cameras are not only more affordable, but increasingly capable. Mobile devices and the Internet are the biggest reasons why, as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to take shape.

Enterprise-class Wi-Fi for the SMB: 15 best practices from the field — 7/9/2015

Beta News, Derrick Wlodarz

There's no need to overspend on the highest end switches out there, either. If budgets allow, going with Meraki's cloud managed switches are ideal to keep control and oversight centralized, but we routinely opt for lower cost Cisco Small Business or NETGEAR Prosafe products. Both alternatives come with lifetime warranties on the equipment just like Meraki's devices, minus the rock-solid 24/7 telephone engineering support.

Arlo Smart Home Security Camera — 7/6/2015

Pet Product News, Staff Writer

Netgear’s Arlo Smart Home Security Camera is a completely wireless Wi-Fi security camera with crystal-clear, high-definition video for monitoring the pet and home. The weatherproof construction and small size (smaller than a bar of soap) provide owners with the ability to set up a camera wherever they want.

From the Wirecutter: The best consumer-grade Wi-Fi extender — 7/4/2015

Ars Technica, David Murphy

After spending a total of 110 hours researching 25 different Wi-Fi extenders (and testing 10 of them), plus analyzing reviews and owner feedback, we found that the $100 Netgear EX6200 is the best Wi-Fi extender for most people right now. It costs as much as a great router and it shouldn't be the first thing you try to fix your Wi-Fi range, but it has the best combination of range, speed, flexibility, and physical connections of any extender we tested.

Netgear Launches Channel Program — 7/2/2015

The VAR Guy, Michael Cusanelli

Networking vendor Netgear (NTGR) announced the launch of its Netgear Solution Partner Program, a new global channel reseller program designed to help partners turn a greater profit by selling the company’s enterprise solutions.

Netgear ReadyNAS 202 — 7/2/2015

TechPowerUp, Crmaris

To wrap up, Netgear's ReadyNAS 202 packs very good performance for a home-centric NAS and is priced fairly, which nets it a very high price/performance ratio. The lack of an HDMI port will probably have some of you prefer another product for your multimedia needs; however, if data protection is your primary priority, this NAS should be at the very top of your buying list.

NetGear launches new channel partner programme — 7/2/2015

Telecompaper, Staff Writer

NetGear redesigned its channel partner programme to grow partner profitability, increase reseller support, and provide improved sales and marketing tools. Called the NetGear Solution Partner (NSP) programme, the new programme is designed to make it easier and more profitable for reseller partners such as IT integrators and technology products providers and consultants to sell and support NetGear business-class product lines, which include ProSafe switching and wireless products and ReadyNas and ReadyData storage products.

NETGEAR Debuts Higher Rebates, MDFs in Partner Program — 7/1/2015

Channel Partners, Edward Gately

Network-equipment manufacturer NETGEAR wants you to know it’s much more than just the routers it’s probably best known for. The company has upgraded its partner program to make it more profitable, and easier to sell and support its product lines.

Netgear WiFi Range Extender — 6/29/2015

The Review Stew, Marissa Oakes

If you have bad Wi-Fi service in spots in your house like I did, then this is the perfect device to find Wi-Fi easily and everywhere in your house and on ALL your devices!

NETGEAR Launches Cloud Management Platform — 6/29/2015

Beta News, Ian Barker

To make life simpler NETGEAR is launching a software as a service platform called Business Central designed to provide small to mid-sized organizations with an affordable way to establish and manage key IT networking services and network devices.

Netgear Releases New Cloud-Based IT Service Platform — 6/29/2015

Storage Review, Adam Armstrong

Today Netgear Inc. announced the launch of its first secure, cloud-based IT service platform, Business Central. Business Central is a platform of various services that are aimed at providing small to medium businesses with a cost-effective way to establish, provision, and manage key IT networking services and network devices. The first service module being launched today is Business Central Wireless Manager. Business Central Wireless Manager enables organizations, Value-Added Resellers (VARs), and other Systems Integrators (SIs) to centrally manage an entire wireless network through the cloud.

Netgear Click Switch Gigabit Ethernet Switches — 6/29/2015

Audio Gurus, Clint DeBoer

The Netgear Click Switch 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch is a great addition to any installation, office, or home. Its flexibility is what won me over to it, and I think that most users will appreciate how easy it is to install and use. Most of the time you have a choice to either buy an expensive rack mount device or a desktop switch. Now, the Netgear Click Switch gives you multiple choices and applications in one device.

Netgear ReadyNAS RN202 An Affordable & Fast NAS Series — 6/26/2015

Legion Hardware, Steven Walton

This then is why the ReadyNAS 200 series is so important and why we feel it is Netgear’s best offering to date. At $300 the RN202 might still be much more expensive than the RN102, but it's worlds faster, and surprisingly despite the naming scheme it is also faster than the RN312.

Netgear Rolls Out First Nighthawk Modem-Router Combination — 6/26/2015

Top Tech News, Jennifer LeClaire

Networking company Netgear just made a big move in the cable modem router world. So big, in fact, that high-speed Internet users on home fronts everywhere have good reason to rejoice. The firm just rolled out the industry’s fastest-ever cable modem router. It’s the first router in the Nighthawk line and it aims at cable Internet subscribers who have an extreme need for broadband speed.

Review: Netgear PLP1200 Powerline Network Adapter — 6/26/2015

Audio Gurus, Clint DeBoer

The Netgear Click Switch 8-port Gigabit Ethernet Switch is a great addition to any installation, office, or home. Its flexibility is what won me over to it, and I think that most users will appreciate how easy it is to install and use. Most of the time you have a choice to either buy an expensive rack mount device or a desktop switch. Now, the Netgear Click Switch gives you multiple choices and applications in one device.

Ted on Tech: Bridging the Gap — 6/24/2015

Accounting Technology, Ted Needleman

At the moment, I’m using a Netgear EX7000 Nighthawk Range Extender as a bridge. It has a high output, matches the Nighthawk X6 router that I use as an access point, and was ridiculously easy to set up using WPS. Setup does require a PC, since settings are made through the Range Extender’s built-in web server, but the entire setup process took only a few minutes, and now I have both a strong Wi-Fi signal in my upstairs bedroom as well as four Ethernet ports for the few wired devices I’ve wanted to use. Netgear isn’t the only vendor to offer this type of product. D-Link, Linksys, Trend and others have them as well.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 202 2-bay Network Attached Storage Device — 6/23/2015

Missing Remote, Andrew Van Til

CES 2015 introduced us to NETGEAR’s ReadyNAS 202/204, this network attached storage (NAS) was particularly interesting because by basing it around a 1.4GHz dual-core Cortex-A15, the underlying SoC should help alleviate once of the major concerns with ARM based devices – performance. With 2GB of RAM, two Gigabit Ethernet ports supporting various adapter bonding methods, easy “X-RAID2” setup, and a Btfrs file system supporting snapshots and "bit-rot" protection the ReadyNAS 202/204 family promises a solid platform for the SOHO (small office/home office) and media centric home. Adding in NETGEAR’s splash of “cloud” software and a robust feature set this $330/£230 MSRP (diskless) NAS could be the perfect companion for all your devices.

NETGEAR announces Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Cable Modem Router (C7000) — 6/22/2015

Beta News, Brian Fagioli

The excitement of having broadband has since worn off, but it is something I cannot live without. The crazy thing, however, is that I have rented my modems for years -- something the majority of users do. This has really added up over time. Today, NETGEAR announces the Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi Cable Modem Router (C7000). A cable modem and router in one, so you can finally stop renting your equipment and move on to ownership.

Arlo HD Security Cameras Review — 6/15/2015

Mac Sources, “Cal”

If you are looking for a home or office security system that works, I would strongly consider the Arlo camera system. You can choose one of several options for as a starter system. The smallest kit is one camera and one base system and it retails for $200. The largest is the 4-camera system I mentioned for $500 and you can add-on cameras for $160 each. Even though the Arlo system is a bit more costly than its competitors, it is really a nice, well-thought out system that works extremely well.

NETGEAR Launches Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router — 6/15/2015

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

Say goodbye to your Internet provider’s bundled equipment and get ready for fiber service with the first and only VDSL Modem Router with two SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports for double the storage. Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi VDSL/ADSL Modem Router will have you covered in terms of network security, offering the highest levels of wireless security to ensure your family’s online safety and privacy. In addition to guest network access and parental controls that you can tailor to each device, you have VPN support for secure access to your home network. You can even customize a free URL to create your personal FTP server.

Ultimate Father’s Day Gift Guide 2015 — 6/9/2015

Busted Wallet, Josh Herder

The Arlo Security System by Netgear is best suited for the home or small office. It works great if you want to keep an eye on your pets or kids while you are away from home. Or in the event you are the victim of a robbery. The motion sensor is a great addition that can send you alerts on your phone whenever motion is detected. Having this system in place delivers a certain piece of mind that traditional wired systems lack. If your dad is tech-savvy and focused on home security the Arlo system is one of the best available and the perfect gift. Especially if you no longer live at home!

The Top 5 Items to Bring When Traveling — 6/8/2015

Clapway, The Grazie Girl

While we probably don’t need to bring all of our technological gadgets, we do have those that are indispensable. With all that we bring, there are items that we must have to keep it all going. Which items are the best to bring when traveling? My picks–a travel power strip, a power adaptor, and a travel router. A travel power strip is a must. As most of you probably already know, many hotels don’t necessarily have enough power outlets. So be prepared. There are new travel-ready power strips on the market that are incredibly useful. Go to Amazon and search for travel power strips. They have a nice selection. As for travel power adaptors, Maphappy, points to the Satechi Travel Router. Next they suggest the Targus World Power Travel Adapter and the Universal Travel Adapter Model 931L. Last is the travel router. According to PCWorld, “Use a travel router to connect to a Wi-Fi hotspot or a facility’s broadband connection, and it will create a private, secure, wireless network with a robust firewall.” Their top recommendations are the D-Link’s DIR-510L and Netgear’s Trek PR2000.

Netgear ReadyNAS 200 Review — 6/5/2015

Gaming Trend, Ron Burke

Whether your objective is file security, local media management, or cloud-enabled file sharing, the ReadyNAS 200 is a more than capable device. It is also one of the most robust home media storage delivery vehicles on the market, and with a few small tweaks, it could blow all of its competition away.

Tech Toys: Forget the tie, go for tech — 6/5/2015

The Vancouver Sun, Gillian Shaw

If Dad’s home is his castle, maybe he needs a moat — a digital one that is in the form of a wireless home monitoring system that lets him watch over new baby, the family dog or just home while he’s away. Arlo was just released in Canada by Netgear, giving Canadians another choice in smart home monitoring with wireless cameras and 24/7 access to video through its accompanying mobile app and instant alerts via email. The Arlo system is robust, designed to withstand temperatures ranging from -10 to 50 C and it works in the dark. Starting at $200 for one high-definition camera, up to $500 for a system with four cameras. Check it out at o   Also picked up by Edmonton Journal

AT&T Unite Pro — 6/4/2015

PC Magazine, Eugene Kim

The Unite Pro is a strong performer that has great appeal for demanding road warriors. The key advantages over the Velocity are its herculean battery life and dual-band broadcasts, which will be worth the $50 premium for those that spend extended time on the road or in congested wireless environments. Most typical users will find the Velocity's battery life just fine, though, and with comparable LTE speeds and Wi-Fi range, it's a slightly better value if you don't own a ton of 5GHz-enabled devices. Power users should opt for the Unite Pro, which earns our Editors' Choice award for its bevy of features.

The High Performance Router for a Many-Device Home — 5/27/2015, Robert Siciliano

You will love the Tri-Band WiFi technology; it can connect all of your devices at the same time. The only router capable of this is the Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router (a.k.a. Netgear R8000). This router provides three connections and has six wing-like antennas. Another feature is the ReadyShare USB. The user who’d really be interested in the Netgear R8000 is the one who has all sorts of electronics like a complete entertainment system, desktop PCs, a few laptops, game consoles, smartphones, etc. Also picked up by Blogger News Network,

The Best Wi-Fi Extender — 5/26/2015

The Wirecutter, David Murphy

If I needed to extend my house’s Wi-Fi signal and already had a good router, I’d get the $100 Netgear EX6200 Wi-Fi Range Extender. It’s the wireless extender we recommend for most people after putting in 110 hours of research and going hands-on with 10 extenders. It’s somewhat expensive, but it has the best combination of range, speed, flexibility, and physical connections of any extender we tested.

How to Boost Smartphone Signal For Better Reception — 5/21/2015

Gizbot, Vijaykumar Meti

The best way to improve the cell signal reception in the smartphone is to use a signal booster. The signal booster is a small device, similar to the router, used at home to enhance signal strength. The booster helps to improve the radio waves for the smartphone or acts just like a tiny base station, which helps to boost weak signals. Signal Boosters from Netgear and Wilson Electronics will enhance signals and provide decent reception for the usage.

NETGEAR Arlo Smart Home Security Camera System Reviewed — 5/20/2015

SmallNetBuilder, Scott DeLeeuw

For setup, Arlo is a huge win. It can be set up and cameras mounted anywhere within 300 feet in literally 15 minutes and requires almost no network knowledge. For motion detection, it depends on what you need. To protect a business, watch an alley, monitor a cash register or other critical security applications, I don't think Arlo works. It turns on too long after a motion trigger and may miss crucial moments of the footage. Arlo also can't integrate into an existing system, so using it with other cameras is out. On the other hand, to casually monitor a home and get notified if someone is in the front yard, Arlo would be ok. Finally, the price is a little expensive, especially considering ongoing battery cost, but the free cloud-based storage that comes with it does add value. Bottom line, if you want a video surveillance solution that's quick and easy to set up, has good image quality and don't care about precise motion detection, then Arlo is worth checking out.

The Arlo Smart Home Security System Is The Right Choice! — 5/16/2015

Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog, Becky Schollian

• As you all know, home security systems can offer a wide array of protection, but with so many out on the market today, and depending on the coverage you actually need, the choices can be overwhelming!! Boy, oh boy have I got some great news!! After a tedious search, I have found the Arlo Smart Home Security System is the right choice for any home!! No more endless searching for the perfect home security system, let me introduce you to Arlo, the only 100% wire-free, HD smart home security camera.

GoPhone Introduces New Hotspot Device — 5/13/2015

Prepaid Reviews, Liz E.

Mobile hotspots are becoming almost as common as any other wireless device, especially in the prepaid realm. The list of prepaid mobile hotspot providers is pretty decent length, and most carriers have some sort of prepaid data plan available. Netgear and AT&T’s prepaid segment, GoPhone, recently announced that it has added a new hotspot device to the lineup, effective immediately. The AT&T Unite Express is roughly the size of a deck of cards and will fit easily into a pocket, purse or bag. It boasts a colorful and easy to read color LCD screen and comes with bot and English and Spanish language option. The AT&T Unite Express boasts up to 10 hours of battery life, 3G and 4G connectivity, a built-in wireless access point and the ability to connect up to 10 wifi compatible devices simultaneously. For your security and peace of mind, the device also allows for password protection as well as guest Wifi settings.

Review: Netgear Prosafe 8 Port click Switch (GSS108E) — 5/13/2015

We Got Served, Terry Walsh

The NETGEAR ProSAFE 8 Port Click Switch is an insightful attempt to enhance the common networking switch with improved flexibility, convenience and management features. It's equally adept at home, in the workplace or on the road and you'll love how easy it is to position and mount. While the Click Switch lacks the premium design cues of other devices in the ProSAFE range, it may well be much more useful.

Thoughtful (and Practical) Mother's Day Gifts — 5/6/2015, Rachel Weingarten

If your mother is part of the sandwich generation and worrying about her own parents while still doing the mom thing, consider treating her to a new high tech home security system. Whether she keeps it positioned over her front door so that you can keep an eye on her when she comes home late, or sets it up at her own mother’s house to monitor daily activities, a so called nanny cam can be monitored from your home or an app and provide incredible peace of mind. I can’t speak highly enough about the Arlo wire free home security camera. It took me about an hour total to set up at my dad’s house and helped emergency services know exactly what had happened when he took a fall last week. In theory these can cost hundreds of dollars (Arlo starts at $349.99 for 2 cameras and a home base); in practice–they’re priceless.

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band WiFi Router Review — 5/2/2015

Braehawk Tech, Nathan Alvarez

The NightHawk X6 is an exceptional router. In our testing it has been one of, if not the, best routers we’ve ever used. It’s fast, it’s convenient, it’s powerful. It’s functionality is perfectly matched by a sophisticated design that will definitely impress your friends. The NightHawk X6 is a definitely recommended and is available through various ecommerce websites including Amazon and eBay.

Hot Real Estate News in New York City – Apartment Living in Style and Comfortable Protection — 5/1/2015

Times Square Chronicle, ElizaBeth Taylor

From interior design to home security there are several options to truly make your location feel top-notch. The latest sensation on the market to add to your shopping list is Netgear’s Arlo Home Security Camera. We all want to feel safe in our apartment and this new system brings about ease of mind. It is a refreshing and easy to use technology that is not only affordable, but also superior in quality. Having an indoor/outdoor high-definition home security system is a true luxury no matter the size of your home.

Easy, Wireless Home Monitoring Is Here Thanks to Arlo! — 5/1/2015

Me, Him and the Cats, Diane Walline

Overall I really love the Arlo system. The system was very easy to get set up and running. The few questions I had were easily answered by searching the community forum. It seems like every question gets answered quickly, and thoroughly. The apps send you push notifications when they detect motion according to your rules, and can even email you or whomever you choose when motion is detected. From the video library you can easily download or share videos and pictures.  You can easily change the sensitivity of motion detection, as well as the length of recorded videos from the app, or the website.

Optimizing Wireless Streaming Home Theater Components — 4/30/2015

Audio Gurus, Clint DeBoer

As with routers, you can get an inexpensive repeater and make due, but we love the Netgear EX7000 Nighthawk WiFi Range Extender. It puts out 700mW of power—all but unheard of in consumer signal extenders—and contains a dual core 1GHz processor to make sure there are no bottlenecks in processing incoming and pass-through data. This is a dual-band repeater that can either provide two-way traffic using both networks at once, or it can “lock” onto your wireless router with one band and provide the other band for connecting to wireless devices. In this way it eliminates all collisions and provides a truly clean and fast connection from your primary router to your furthest wireless devices. The flexibility and power of this particular WiFi range extender are amazing.

Netgear WAC120 Wireless Access Point Review — 4/28/2015

Storage Review, Lyle Smith

The Netgear WAC120 Wireless Access Point is a dual band 802.11ac AP designed for home and small offices that demand both performance and cost effectiveness. It supports up to collective throughput of 1.2 Gbps (300 Mbps for 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps 802.11ac for 5 GHz) with the ability to operate in a standalone mode. Equipped with a user-friendly interface and a flexible desktop mounting stand, Netgear indicates that the WAC120 is built for easy setup, allowing users to simply connect to DSL gateway, routers, or cable modems. In addition, its Wireless Protected Setup (WPS) button gives clients an easy way for auto configuration.

Budget AC Router Roundup — 4/23/2015

Maximum PC, Paul Lilly

But are there compelling reasons to spend more on a higher-end router versus a budget model, or do they all perform pretty much the same? That’s one of the questions we set out to answer, and to do that, we rounded up five low-cost AC routers from Asus (RT-AC52U), D-Link (DIR-818LW), Buffalo (AirStation WHR-1166D), Netgear (R6100), and Trendnet (TEW-813DRU).

Netgear Releases Two New Powerline 1200 Network Kits — 4/17/2015

eTeknix, Bob Hansen

Powerline has become an increasingly popular networking solution because of the explosive growth in connected AV devices, and the high speeds and reliability required to support demanding applications such as HD video streaming and online gaming, said Oleg Fishel, the product line manager for NETGEAR Powerline. With powerline technology, you can take advantage of your existing electrical outlets in every room and don’t need to run new wires to get fast, uninterrupted access to the Internet and the home network.

Netgear CM500 Cable Modem Review — 4/16/2015

StorageReviews, Lyle Smith

The Netgear CM500 is a high-speed cable modem that is certified for DOCSIS 3.0 to work with providers such as Comcast XFINITY and Time Warner Cable as well as most major cable service providers. Third party modems, such as the CM500, are becoming more and more popular as they offer customers various useful benefits, such as eliminating the monthly fee of renting/financing the provider’s modem, which can amount to roughly $10 a month in some areas. In addition, users get to choose a modem from a company with an established pedigree like Netgear instead of having to settle for what the ISP has to offer as well as the ability to have much more control over its functionality, including firmware updates, connection, and security features.

Arlo HD Security Camera System – Tech Review — 4/14/2015

Busted Wallet, Beth Mallo

This year Netgear entered the market with their new Arlo Wire Free HD Security Camera. With all the continuous advancements of the internet and WiFi capabilities, it is eliminating the need for at least one of the wires on security camera systems. Netgear wanted to take it another step further and cut the need for the power cord, making Arlo a 100% wire free system.

DIY Home Security System with Netgear Arlo! — 4/11/2015, Julie Taylor

The Netgear Arlo Smart Home Security system is a great way to protect your home against burglary and vandalism without having to pay the high monthly fees associated with many home security systems. As an added bonus, you can keep an eye on your children or pets when you are not at home!

Flir, Netgear, Linksys WiFi Security Cameras Have You Covered — 4/10/2015

eWeek, Nathan Eddy

Netgear Arlo Features HD Video, Mobile App. With the free Arlo app, users can watch live-streamed or recorded videos, see motion event recordings, customize activity alerts and arm/disarm motion sensors. Arlo will also alert users instantly if an event occurs, and they can tap into as many as four simultaneous camera streams to watch from a desktop, notebook or mobile device. The WiFi-enabled camera boasts 720p resolution with a wide, 130-degree field of view.

Netgear Arlo Review — 4/10/2015

Tom’s Guide, David Eitelbach

Over the years, Netgear has earned praise for its home networking products, such as routers, modems and Wi-Fi extenders. Now, the company is diving into the home security market with the Arlo, the world's only wireless and fully waterproof security camera. At $199, the Arlo is quite pricey compared to some competing cameras, but the innovative design makes it worth the cost.

Netgear Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Gigabit Wireless Router review — 4/10/2015

LVLONE, Remdog

The Netgear Nighthawk X6 possesses a ton of features with the most cutting edge tech and an extra 5ghz band delivering a combined 3200mbps. Connections ran smoothly and little setup to none was needed to get things at pretty much optimal settings. However for the price it’s hard to say where we lie but if you’re on the fence think of it as an investment on features that might come via firmware. We’ve already received some stability via firmware and can possibly only get better from here. There is no denying aside its previous model it is one if not the most powerful home router to date.

Netgear Arlo Security System — 4/8/2015

TechPowerUp, Erasmia Grigorelli

Starting at $199.99, an Arlo kit will net you a wireless home surveillance system that takes less than 30 minutes to install. The palm-sized and waterproof camera(s) that can be placed indoors or outdoors will allow you to keep an eye on your home while away. The major downside is that you will need some extra batteries every now and then (depends on the camera(s) usage), although Netgear states that those they include potentially last up to six months. Since you will need to spend a significant amount on batteries, getting rechargeable ones makes sense; however, rechargeable batteries will not last as long since their output voltage is lower than that of non-rechargeable ones.

The Best Wireless Router — 4/3/2015, Staff Writer

• Netgear Nighthawk R7000 ($200). Another more expensive option, the $200 Nighthawk R7000 is very fast, and it’s not bad looking, either. Just be prepared for a laggy interface — especially when you’re changing any wireless settings. The model’s currently on sale via 10 online retailers, including Dell and Amazon.

Netgear Nighthawk X4 AC2350 WiFi Router Router Review – Quad Stream X4 Architecture — 4/2/2015

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

Today we are evaluating the newest Netgear 802.11ac router, the Nighthawk X4 R7500 that is the first high-end Netgear router to feature Quantenna’s QSR1000 4×4 chipset for MU-MIMO support to help boost performance for multiple users of the same router. The R7500 is an Dual-Band AC2350 which means it can produce speed up to 600 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz channel and 1733 Mbps on the 5.0 GHz channel. The Netgear R7500 is priced at $249 shipped and is designed for users who spend time gaming and streaming multimedia content.

Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender (EX7000) — 3/30/2015

PC Mag, John R. Delaney

Range extenders offer a way to provide wireless networking to those dead spots in the far corners of your house, but they have a reputation of being tricky to set up. With the Nighthawk AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender EX7000 ($169.99), setup is as easy as it gets, but more importantly, this dual-band extender delivers outstanding throughput on both bands. Unlike most extenders, the EX7000 is big, and it's expensive, but it's equipped with multiple connectivity ports and offers Media Server and access-control features. Its top-shelf performance and robust feature set earn it our Editors' Choice for wireless range extenders.

Netgear ProSAFE Click Switch Series Review — 3/28/2015, Staff Writer

Netgear’s ProSAFE Click Switch Series are Gigabit switches that have a special click mount design. The main benefit of these switches is that they can be mounted in non-traditional ways such as under meeting tables, onto walls, or even vertically onto poles. As wires proliferate in this increasingly connected world, Netgear ProSAFE Click Switch Series gives users the ability to neatly organize and manage the wires.

NETGEAR R7500 Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi AC2350 Router — 3/26/2015

MissingRemote, Andrew Van Til

As odd as it sounds, it’s really hard to review something that just works, but that is exactly the category that the NETGEAR Nighthawk X4 AC2350 (R7500) 802.11AC Wi-Fi router falls into. It is the fastest Media Bridge and most stable router I have ever tested, and the first to provide full coverage in my house. Even the usual niggles around being too bright or “blinky”, are mostly sorted with the switch on the back -- although I do wish that the power LED could be disabled as well. Besides the problem with overriding client DNS the other issues noted are relatively inconsequential.

Review: Netgear ProSafe Click Switch is High-Tech Chic — 3/24/2015

CRN, Edward Correia

Here's a product that every VAR's repair tech will want for his bench, and that no power user should be without. Unveiled by Netgear at CES, the ProSafe Click Switch brings a clever twist to the everyday Gigabit Ethernet switch. Available in 8- and 16-port models, the compact device snaps into any of four positions on top of, underneath or attached to the leg of a desk, table or counter.

Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi Router AC2350 [Review] — 3/21/2015

Betanews, Brian Fagioli

Should you buy the Netgear R7500 Nighthawk X4 Smart WiFi Router AC2350? If you are in the market for a new router, absolutely. It is fast, has long range and most importantly, it is stable as heck. Plus, the USB 3.0 and eSata ports will enable you to connect printers and hard drives for easy sharing. At $249, however, I can understand your potential trepidation in buying it. My reply is that you cannot put a price tag on a reliable Wi-Fi connection. Your wireless router is your gateway to the world, and nothing is more frustrating than a flaky model with dropped connections. o Article Picked Up By: Congoo, ITProPortal

NETGEAR Powerline 500 review (Featuring AirCard 785 Mobile Hotspot) — 3/20/2015

Hardware Heaven, Stuart Davidson

For a long time this reviewer was skeptical about powerline networking, it seemed very much like a concept which would be filled with issues whether they be stability (due to varied quality of wiring) or performance. Over a number of reviews though I have been won over with various kits working great. Today we get to see a product designed to offer a nice simple way to expand our network through a powerline, in our Netgear Powerline 500 Review. We’ll also take this opportunity to look at an interesting little device in the form of their Aircard 785 mobile hotspot.

HTG Reviews the Netgear Nighthawk X6: A Beefy Tri-Band Router for a Busy Modern Home — 3/16/2015

How-To Geek, Jason Fitzpatrick

If you’re in the market for a router upgrade (we’re looking at those of you still rocking the router your ISP gave years ago), the Nighthawk X6 is an ultra-premium does-it-all router with speed and features to spare. Further, it looks like a mad scientist’s experiment involving cross-breeding a beetle with the Batmobile. Read on as we put it through the paces on your behalf.

Experience Tri-Band WiFi with the Netgear R8000 DD-WRT FlashRouter — 3/16/2015

FlashRouters, Alex Goldstein

FlashRouters has listed our best and most popular routers of last year and introduced you to the networking beast that is the Asus RT-AC87U, the fun hasn’t ended yet. Meet the Netgear R8000 DD-WRT AC3200 FlashRouter. The R8000 is a true behemoth device offering Tri-Band WiFi with six powerful adjustable external antennas and a 1 GHz Broadcom processor. Yes, you read that correctly. Six powerful adjustable external antennas.

Gizmo | Netgear‘s Arlo Secuirty Camera System — 3/11/2015

The Courier-Journal, Gregg Ellman

There are lots of home security cameras on the market, and while I haven't tested many, the Arlo from Netgear must be the easiest to set up and get running. The cameras are battery powered, making them wireless and ready to hang anywhere or even rest on a desktop or shelf. If you choose to hang them, they have a really strong magnetic system that attaches to brackets you screw into your wall. A battery level indicator lets you know when they need to be replaced, which should be anywhere from four to six months. o Article Picked Up By: The Telegraph,, The Olympian, AMCP Blog, Scoopnest, Bradenton Herald, San Luis Obispo Tribune, The Fresno Bee, The Bellingham Herald, The State, Ledger-Enquirer, Idaho Statesman, The News Tribune, BND, SunHerald, Tri-City Herald, MyrtleBeach Online, The Island Packet, LancasterOnline, News List Online, News Round, The Pueblo Chieftain

Netgear ProSAFE S3300 Series Smart Switches Review — 3/9/2015, Lyle Smith

While their portfolio of standalone Smart Switch Series is meant for SMB customers while emphasizing on high performance, the new Netgear switches are designed as an economical alternative for companies looking to move to a 10G-based network, offering the flexibility in 10-Gigabit connectivity with both copper and fiber. The S3300 Series is equipped with two dedicated SFP+ ports, which give businesses the benefit of fiber uplinks without having to forfeit any downlink Gigabit ports. They also enable redundant uplinks and provide users with the ability to build dual redundancy by a trunked uplink with link aggregation and failover redundancy. The other two dedicated ports are two 10GBaseT, which support 10G/1G/100M speeds for redundant uplinks or stacking.

Netgear Arlo Security System (VMS3230) — 2/24/2015

PC Mag, John R Delaney

Installing a home surveillance system is easier than ever thanks to the proliferation of Wi-Fi cameras, but most of these cameras still require an AC power source. This may not be an issue for indoor applications where power outlets are usually plentiful, but for outdoor usage it puts limitations on where you can place your cameras. Enter Netgear's Arlo Security System VMS3230 ($349.99), a completely wire-free home surveillance camera system that uses a pair of palm-sized, battery-powered cameras and a base station to help you track motion in and around your home and view live and recorded video from your smartphone or PC. These neat-looking cameras are a cinch to install and can be placed just about anywhere, and they deliver sharp daytime and nighttime video. However, in order to conserve power they don't offer any audio capabilities, and you can't pan and zoom on the fly.

Best Products for Working Moms — 2/24/2015

Parenting, Deirdre Uria

You've hired a nanny to care for baby while you're at work, but you wish that you had a way to observe her interactions with your child to ensure that she's the right fit for your family. This motion activated, wireless camera security system from Netgear allows you to do just that by capturing clips and sending you alerts via email and/or app notification. The easy to set up and 100 percent wire-free system will provide you peace of mind while you're away during the day, and also serves as a great nighttime monitoring system when the cameras switch to night vision mode. Note: Please research video surveillance laws and speech laws in your state prior to setting up your security system. ($199 for one camera, Amazon)

Talking WiFi Connections with David Henry of Netgear — 2/22/2015

NBC Sports Radio, Curt Blakeney

There's never been WiFi like it. The Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Router with breakthrough Tri-Band WiFi technology was built to connect to each and every device in your home—automatically and simultaneously. Laptops, tablets, phones, TVs, game consoles, music streamers, cameras – if it’s WiFi enabled, it’s X6 accelerated. With a massive combined wireless speed of up to 3.2Gbps, 3 WiFi bands and Smart Connect intelligence, every device is assigned the fastest WiFi connection possible and optimized for maximum speed.

Check Out Netgear Nighthawk X4 Review — 2/18/2015

The Spawn Point Blog, Kahlief Adams

So until I can snag a dedicated gaming rig, I’m relegated to laptop gaming via a wireless connection. Let me tell you, it’s not the ideal way to play any multiplayer PC games. So in the search for a router that might be able to both give me a strong signal and delegate bandwidth smartly based on need I reached out to the kind folks at NETGEAR. They were kind enough to send me a demo unit, the new and sexy R7500 gaming router.

Best Products for Working Moms — 2/11/2015

PC Lifeline, Robert Sanborn

So when I went to the International CES (formerly known as CES or the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, I decided that Netgear, had to be one of my stops. What I saw at the visit was an incredible change in how you interact with the router setting it up and how well the new technology expands beyond my office made them an easy choice to make. What I acquired was the Nighthawk AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router; model R7000. What comes in the substantial box is the router, a package of three hi gain antennas, a rather large plug head AC power adapter, and a getting started guide that comes with no CD.

NETGEAR Nighthawk — 2/10/2015

Skewed & Reviewed, Justin Giza

The Netgear Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Smart Wi-Fi R7500 offers up a single WiFi connection of up to 1.73Gbps (2.33 Gbps combined) at 802.11ac speeds. It packs a punch in terms of hardware, including a 1.4Ghz dual core processor, dual USB 3.0 ports, an eSATA port and 4 high-gain external antennae. It also features Dynamic QoS, which when enabled, will automatically prioritize certain types of traffic (such as Skype), ensuring solid bandwidth for the programs that really need it. The key here is versatility as you can plug it in and forget it and enjoy a nice performance boost, or you can tweak it to your specifications and find the ideal settings that work best for your needs.

Netgear Nighthawk X8 R8500 AC5300 WiFi Router Review: Amplified AC — 1/15/2015

Hot Hardware, Josh Norem

If you are looking to deploy the Nighthawk X8 R8500 in a multi-user environment where you can also take advantage of link aggregation via a switch or NAS drive, then the R8500 begins to make a lot more sense. It’s one of the fastest routers we’ve ever tested, and for a premium router product, it delivered what we expected in terms of performance. It also performed really well on the 5GHz channel in both range and throughput. Finally, it's extremely well-built with abundant ports and a complete feature set as well.

Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 AC3200 Wireless Router Review — 9/18/2014

TweakTown, Tyler Bernath

Perhaps the best feature of the X6 is the dual 5GHz bands. While most of us enjoy having legacy devices, it's great to know your network won't have to suffer. The Nighthawk X6 is what I call a transition router, with legacy 2.4GHz devices having their very own band, and then having two separate 5GHz bands, allowing you to use 5GHz 802.11n, at the same time with 802.11ac, without bottlenecking the AC devices.

Netgear ReadyNAS 102 Review – A Feature Rich NAS, Made Easy — 9/9/2014

ChipChick, Helena Stone

In any case, if you’re a home user looking for a solid and affordable NAS, and have been intimidated by the complexity of others on the market, the NetGear ReadyNAS is for you. But advanced users shouldn’t let the newbie appeal scare them off – because they will also appreciate this feature rich system.

Netgear Nighthawk X4 Router May be Best Choice for Streaming 4K Content — 9/3/2014

Sound and Vision, Barb Gonzalez

The X4 is perfect for homes with many simultaneous users who want to stream HD or UHD videos while others in the household are accessing the Internet. One look at the new Nighthawk and you know it means business. Its four amplified antennas can handle “wave 2 Wi-Fi.” When paired with Wave 2 Wi-Fi devices (not yet available), each antenna can be used for more than one stream at a time, offering local area network speeds (LAN) of up to a combined 1.7 Gbps.

Netgear draws a bead on gamers with its Nighthawk X4 Wi-Fi router — 9/2/2014

VentureBeat, Dean Takahashi

Netgear is targeting hardcore gamers with its latest Nighthawk X4 Wi-Fi router. The router is packed with technology, including a 1.4-gigahertz dual-core processor that enables it to reach a network speed of 2.33 gigabits per second. That means that you won’t lose a Call of Duty multiplayer match because your router is too slow.

Netgear launches Nighthawk X4 7500 — 9/2/2014

Game Crate, Karim Lahlou

Expanding its line of high-performance Wi-Fi routers, Netgear’s Nighthawk X4 7500, which was released today, promises several stand-out features to lure consumers to its $280 Wi-Fi router.

Netgear Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router — 8/27/2014

PCMag, Samara Lynn

If your wireless networking needs aren’t as robust, the Nighthawk X6 is overkill. The Linksys WRT1900AC is faster with a single client, and it costs less. The same is true of the older Netgear Nighthawk R7000 and the Asus RT-AC68U. My opinion might change once I've had a chance to benchmark the Asus RT-AC87U, but the Nighthawk X6 is the most powerful Wi-Fi router I know of today.

Editor’s Choice: Netgear Nighthawk X6 Smart WiFi Router Review — 8/25/2014

The Slanted, John Stewart

The Nighthawk X6 optimized our entire internet experience, we have had zero issues with our internet since the change (and we had a lot of issues with our equipment failing to keep up with us in the past). It has one of the best software packages you can even find on the market today, and the tech inside will keep you at lightning speeds for years to come.

Netgear R8000 Nighthawk X6 AC 3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router Review — 8/20/2014

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

The Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 Tri-Band router really does set a new standard in high-performing wireless routers not only giving you an extra radio to play with, but an upgraded firmware that does load balancing to keep your devices running at peak speeds. If you can afford the price tag, this is the router to buy.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 Review Part Three: Media and Overall Evaluation — 8/17/2014

Connected Digital World, Jim World

The NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 is a two-bay ARM-based NAS unit with excellent DLNA support, a very easy installation process and class-leading remote access without manual port forwarding. When you add in advanced time-based versioning control, support for ISCSI, RSYNC, and WordPress, you get a compelling value offer. Cloud backup is limited to ReadyVault and DropBox, though, and the lack of current Plex support detracts from an otherwise-stellar product. Overall, would I buy one? If I did not need Plex, then yes, this is an excellent NAS choice. If Plex is a requirement, I’d have to look elsewhere for now. Overall, I award the ReadyNAS RN102 a 4/5 Silver Award.

NETGEAR Router for Sprint Spark is a Welcome Alternative — 7/15/2014

eWeek, Michelle Maisto

The Netgear LTE Gateway 6100D fixed wireless router from Sprint can offer a second option for high-speed Internet access to people who want to look beyond the single ISPs serving their neighborhoods. Equipped with a 3G/4G LTE modem and able to take advantage of the Sprint Spark network—which uniquely ties together three bands of wireless spectrum, uses 2.5GHz radio heads created for the purpose and makes optimum use of Sprint's tricky spectrum holdings—the Gateway 6100D can support a small office of users or a busy household.

NETGEAR R8000 Nighthawk X6 Review: Part 2 — 8/14/2014

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

Wi-Fi has been around long enough that the "higher number on the box" should suck in only the most dewy-eyed buyers. So it should come as no surprise that the R8000 isn't likely to work miracles with your Wi-Fi range or boost throughput for individual clients. At its heart, the R8000 has the same Broadcom 3x3 AC radios that power the majority of AC1900 routers. So any range or throughput improvement will be modest, as our test results show.

Always Have a Wifi Connection With the AT&T Portable HotSpot — 8/4/2014

MomSpark, Staff Writer

Though I do travel quite a bit for work and with my family, I had never tried a portable hotspot device. I am not sure why? It wasn’t until Netgear reached out to me a few weeks before the BlogHer conference regarding a review of such device that I finally tried one out, and boy, had I wished I had done so years ago!

Netgear ReadyNAS 516 — 8/5/2014

Legion Hardware, Steven Walton

Those seeking a high performance desktop NAS need look no further than the Netgear ReadyNAS 516. Priced at $1100 the RN516 isn’t just fast it’s also very cheap when compared to the competition. As we mentioned earlier, the QNAP’s 4-bay QNAP TS-470 Pro boasts the same processor but just half the memory and two less drive bays, yet commands a price tag over $1200.

NETGEAR ReadyRECOVER Backup Solution Launched — 7/14/2014

StorageReview, Lyle Smith

NETGEAR has announced the immediate availability of the ReadyRECOVER backup appliance, the newest addition to their ReadyDATA unified storage (NAS/SAN) platform and designed to run exclusively with the ReadyDATA line of storage appliances. ReadyRECOVER allows small and medium-sized businesses to create full backups of servers, desktops and laptops every 15 minutes, which can be independently used to quickly and reliably restore files, folders, databases or systems to any platform: physical or virtual.

NETGEAR Backs It All Up With ReadyRECOVER — 7/14/2014

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

ReadyRECOVER combinesStorageCraft Technology's ShadowProtect backup and disaster recover software with NETGEAR ReadyDATA storage appliances. ReadyRECOVER creates full backups of servers and Windows desktops and laptops every 15 minutes in VHDX format. After an initial full backup, ReadyRECOVER stores only changed data for each backup.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 review — 7/10/2014

AndroidGuys, Scott Webster

I recently spent time with the Netgear ReadyNAS RN102, a 2-bay connected device that functions as a personal cloud. With up to 8TB of storage, it’s certainly enough space to hold music, movies, photos, and other media. And, given the numerous ways in which we can now cast our media to a television, I’ve fallen fast in love with the device.

NETGEAR ProSafe GS752TXS Smart Switch Review — 7/4/2014

StorageReview, Staff Writer

The GS752TXS is a 52-port Gigabit Stackable Smart Switch ideal for small and medium-sized businesses looking for an affordable (yet powerful) easy-to-use solution. This easy to manage switch cab be stacked with up to six switches for a grand total of 288 network ports, all of which have full redundancy for great reliability. In addition, the GS752TXS offers businesses and enterprises with feature-rich functionality using the Smart Control Center software, which is packaged free of charge.

NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 is the first consumer Tri-Band router — 6/27/2014

Slashgear, JC Torres

Network equipment expert NETGEAR is once again trying to claim an "industry first" title. With the Nighthawk X6 AC3200 (R800), it is unveiling the first Tri-Band router to hit the market, promising to deliver to home users the best WiFi band compatible with their device, whether old or new, and adjusted for their particular needs.

NETGEAR announces load balancing Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router — 6/25/2014

Electronista, Staff Writer

The newest version of the high-speed 802.11ac wireless Nighthawk routers was announced by Netgear today. The Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band Wi-Fi router (R8000) offers improvements over the previous version, introducing tri-band technology with Smart Connect to make network sharing more flexible. The Nighthawk X6 features a 1GHz dual-core processor with three offload processors to aid in the balancing of the high demand on data in the modern home.

Time For Another Upgrade? NETGEAR Debuts AC3200 Nighthawk — 6/25/2014

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has announced the first AC3200 router. The R8000 Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router is no longer a rumor. It's the first router based on Broadcom's XStream platform announced only in two months ago, beating ASUS' RT-AC3200 announced a few weeks ago at Computex

The Best Wi-Fi Router (for Most People) — 6/15/2014

The Wirecutter, David Murphy

If you have a laptop or smartphone that uses wireless-ac technology and you're ready to upgrade your router, you should get the Netgear R6250. The R6250 has the best combination of speed, price, stability, and features of any router in its price range. It can make your new device's Wi-Fi connection up to three times faster than a wireless-n router could. It's a smidge more expensive than the sweet spot for a router of its class (hovering around $130-$145 on Amazon), but we feel the benefits are worth the slightly higher cost.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 312, 314 & 316 — 6/2/2014

Legion Hardware, Steve Walton

Overall the Netgear ReadyNAS 31x series is well priced, offers excellent build quality, provides loads of features and performs well. Users do need to be aware of the write performance trade off that the BTRFS file system seems to bring and if the added data integrity is worth it. Finally we look forward to following future Netgear releases and hope they continue to work hard on their ReadyNAS operating system.

NETGEAR EX6200 AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review — 5/29/2014

Tweak Town, Tyler Bernath

Pushing through the build quality to performance, I found the EX6200 to be one of the best performing solutions I have had come through the lab. It's far superior to the REA20 because it simply works. In testing, we were able to connect and setup the extender with ease thanks to the Netgear Genie, and 2.4GHz performance allowed us to connect around 150Mbps, while 5GHz allowed 585Mbps, though we did see the full 867Mbps a few times when we were closer to the extender.

NETGEAR C3700 Cable Modem Router — 5/23/2014

PCMag, Samara Lynn

If you take the excellent Netgear C3000 Cable Modem Router and replace its router with the impressive Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router (WNDR3700), you get Netgear's C3700 Cable Modem Router ($129.99). Generally, I recommend going with a dedicated wireless router even when using a modem/router combo, but the C3700 is the lone exception. This is the only combo modem and router I've tested that could make adding a dedicated wireless router unnecessary for all homes, save for those with heavy video-streaming, gaming, or advanced Wi-Fi needs.

NETGEAR Releases New Wi-Fi Devices for Simple Internet Access — 5/20/2014

The VAR Guy, Micheal Cusanelli

NetGear (NTGR) is looking to make installing and deploying centralized Wi-Fi easier than ever with the release of its new ProSAFE WC7600 centralized management console and the ProSAFE WN370 access points. The company is aiming its new products at small and midsized businesses (SMBs) as well as the healthcare, hospitality and education verticals to enable admins who have a limited knowledge of IT to set up and manage their wireless services.

NETGEAR AC750 WiFi Range Extender (EX6100) — 5/20/2014

PC Mag, Samara Lynn

Netgear's AC750 WiFi Range Extender (EX6100) ($89.99) was released about the same time as the pricier Netgear AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (EX6200). The EX6100 is lower-priced because it's not as feature-packed (nor does it offer the same hardware specs) as the EX6200, which won our Editors' Choice award for Wi-Fi range extenders.

NETGEAR Adds New Wi-Fi Controller, Access Point for Schools — 5/19/2014

The Journal, Leila Meyer

Netgear has added the new ProSafe WC7600 wireless controller and ProSafe WN370 wall mount access point with power over Ethernet (PoE) to its line of ProSafe products for schools. According to the company, the products are designed to help schools support bring-your-own-device (BYOD) by making it easier to add users to the network quickly and easily.

NETGEAR Expands Hospitality, School WLAN Family — 5/19/2014

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has added a new wireless controller and AP to its business-class wireless line. The ProSAFE WC7600 Premium Wireless Controller is focused on mid-sized business applications such as small to medium sized hotels / motels, schools and assisted living centers. It supports centralized management for all NETGEAR's current business-grade ProSAFE Managed Access Points and will support 802.11ac APs as they become available.

NETGEAR Targets It’s Core Business Markets with New Wireless LAN Solutions — 5/19/2014

Channel Line, Mark Cox

Networking vendor Netgear has announced two new solutions in its ProSAFE business-class wireless family, the WC7600 Premium Wireless Controller, and the WN370 Wall Mount Access Point. Both these offerings are designed for mid-sized hospitality facilities, K-12 schools, colleges, senior centers, assisted living centers, and other multi-tenant sites.

NETGEAR EX1600 WiFi Range Extender — 5/14/2014

Tech Bargains, Sarah Van Boerum

We were really pleased with the simplicity and performance of the EX6100. The device is able to support two WiFi networks simultaneously, 2.4GHz and 5GHz, not unlike most routers available on the market today.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 Dual-bay NAS — 5/12/2014

Tech Gage, Greg King

It’s been quite some time since we last checked out one of NETGEAR’s NAS offerings, so we’re going to use the ReadyNAS 102, a dual-bay offering, to help us get up to speed. Unlike the last ReadyNAS we looked at, the 102 features OS 6, and one of our favorite, understated features: Btrfs support.

The 9 Most Compelling Features of the Netgear AC1900 Nighthawk 5Ghz Smart WiFi Router — 5/8/2014

GadgetReview, Shawn Sanders

The AC1900 labeling means the Nighthawk can support physical tethered link rates up to 1300 mbps via the 5Ghz radio utilizing 802.1ac network standard. Yet it can simultaneously achieve 600 mbps with its 2.5hz radio using the older 802.11n. Note this is considerably higher than 450 mbps of older 2.6hz 802.11n solutions. In addition to the speed, here’s a quick rundown of the 9 most compelling features of the Netgear AC1900 Nighthawk 5Ghz Smart WiFi Router.

NETGEAR STS7000 is a tablet geared for home security — 4/24/2014

Android Community, Juan Carlos Torres

Most tablets are created for content consumption and games, but NETGEAR and smart home specialist iControl have something different in mind. While the NETGEAR STS7000 still has some features you'd expect from an Android tablet, it's raison d'être is being a gateway to a home security system and more.

NETGEAR announces STS7000 home security tablet — 4/24/2014

SlashGear, Nate Swanner

Part of the connected home initiative many are attempting to tackle is home security. NETGEAR and iControl have teamed up to make security a focus with thier new STS7000 unit. The touchscreen display will give you ful control over your home security, but can also be a hub for all things in your connected home.

Netgear first to support BitTorrent Sync on NAS — 4/16/2014

SlashGear, Shane McGlaun

BitTorrent Sync is a feature that was announced a while back that is designed to be a cloud-like storage device that lets the user sync files across multiple devices. These files don’t have a home on the web like most cloud storage services, rather the files are shared across all your devices. BitTorrent has announced a new twist for BitTorrent Sync.

BitTorrent Sync Now Works With Network Storage — 4/15/2014

Gizmodo, Marlo Agullar

Until today, though, you've only been able to use the BitTorrent Sync App with mobile devices and your computer. Now, you'll be able to use it with NAS as well, which makes a lot of sense because if you've got so much data that the cloud is inconvenient, you're likely to need some networked storage for backup. At launch, NetGear will be the first partner, with support starting immediately, but BitTorrent told us that they'll have more partners soon.

BitTorrent Sync Now Supports Network Attached Storage Devices — 4/15/2014

Ubergizmo, Adnan Farooqui

NetGear has signed on to be the first partner to launch a native BitTorrent Sync application, it can be accessed right away from the ReadNAS Add On page. All NetGear home and business products running OS6 will support this new feature, even Business Rackmount Storage series gets support. Additional partners will be announced in the near future.

Netgear Mingle mobile hotspot lands on Virgin Mobile — 4/3/2014

Android Community, Juan Carlos Torres

Virgin Mobile USA, together with Netgear, has announced the availability of the Netgear Mingle MobileHotspot. This little Internet-enabled device is designed to provide users with Internet anytime anywhere thanks to Virgin Mobile's Broadband2Go coverage.

Virgin Mobile debuts 4G LTE mobile hotspot in Netgear Mingle — 4/2/2014

AndroidGuys, Scott Webster

Virgin Mobile USA this week introduced its first 4G LTE mobile hotspot, the Netgear Mingle. Priced $99, the device piggybacks off of Sprint’s network and is equipped for the carrier’s tri-band Spark LTE speeds. According to Virgin Mobile, the Mingle allows for up to 10 devices to connect at once and features an 1800mAh battery good for 12.5 hours usage. The device features a 1.77-inch LCD display and can be paired with any of the prepaid data plans. Virgin Mobile users can purchase a 250MB bucket for $5/day, 1.5GB/month for $25, and 6GB for $55.

NetGear offers MSOs a DOCSIS 3.0 gateway — 3/31/2014

CED, Brian Santo

NetGear has introduced a DOCSIS 3.0 voice and data gateway for the service provider market that features DOCSIS transmission rates up to 1 GHz, and aggregate Wi-Fi throughput of 1.9 GHz. NetGear’s AC1900 Voice and Data Cable Gateway (C7000B) is designed to connect smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and other devices in a home network.

Netgear D3 Gateway Builds In 1-Gig Potential — 3/31/2014

Multichannel News, Jeff Baumgartner

Targeting in-home wired and wireless throughputs approaching 1 Gbps, Netgear has launched a new DOCSIS 3.0-based voice/data services gateway that packs in dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi and a D3 chipset that’s capable of bonding up to 24 downstream channels and eight upstream channels.

Netgear Nighthawk Review: The Smart Router You Need — 3/22/2014

TechnoBuffalo, Roy Choi

I’ll be honest and reveal that I have been using the standard wireless router that my cable company provided when I signed up with them. For the most part it gets the job done. Or so I thought it did. However there are some spotty locations that just don’t get the full robustness of the interwebs and all it has to offer. Case in point would be the living room, which ironically has an issue with constant connectivity and consistent speeds. A pretty big bummer when you’re trying to stream content off of Netflix, Hulu or any other streaming service. So I’d have to suffer through many moments of buffering or recalibrating video quality, I was living like a caveman (albeit a caveman with high speed Internet).

Netgear Nighthawk R7000 AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router Review — 3/22/2014

TweakTown, Tyler Bernath

When it comes to wireless routers, most of us just want something with ample performance that we don't have to constantly reset when network traffic gets a little heavy. For myself, I have been through many routers that have had this problem and--for the first few times at least--you think it's just a bug in the firmware that may go away and the router will live a happy life on your desk, shelf, or wherever. After a short while, the router may act up again leaving you looking for another solution that just works.

Netgear Nighthawk R7000 AC1900 Wireless Router Review — 3/21/2014

Legit Reviews, Ken Brown

Today we look at Netgear’s flagship dual-band router, the Nighthawk R7000. Legit Reviews has been evaluating Wireless-AC devices for a number of years and has put off upgrading from what we think is currently the best overall router, the Netgear R6300. While not the absolute fastest, nor the most customizable, the Netgear R6300 has been a rock-solid device that has never let us down with wireless drops or general reliability. While we absolutely love the R6300, the Nighthawk R7000 looks to make a huge step forward in performance and thus out interest in evaluating the device today.

Netgear AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (EX6200) — 3/13/2014

PCMag, Samara Lynn

Netgear's AC1200 WiFi Range Extender (EX6200) is an excellent piece of hardware despite a few software hiccups after a firmware update. Five Gigabit Ethernet ports and a USB 3.0 port make this extender a winning proposition

Netgear ProSAFE XS708E 10 Gigabit Switch Review — 3/11/2014

TweakTown, Chris Ramseyer

Netgear calls the XS708E the world's first SMB switch with 10 gigabit connectivity, but we think it's much more than that. Virtualization is on the rise in many market segments, and the low price mixed with the features offered make this product attractive for many markets. It's difficult to get away from talking about the price because regardless of everything else, this switch is clearly the market leader at this time. Other companies have started to talk about low cost 10GbE SMB products, but Netgear has already delivered.

Review: Netgear WN203 Wins On Performance, Simplicity, Cost — 2/21/2014

CRN, Edward Correia

With technology as complex as networking, the simplest solution is often the best. That's what we found when testing the WN203 ProSafe Single-Band Wireless N access point from Netgear. About the size of a paperback, the WN203 mounts easily on a ceiling, wall or table, connects with a single Power-over-Ethernet cable and can be set up in just a few minutes through Netgear's browser-based management pages or the included setup utility.

Netgear's Cable Modem Routers Will Free You From Rental Fees — 2/19/2014

Hot Hardware, Paul Lilly

Netgear is determined to save you a bit of jingle each month by launching a pair of new cable modem router devices: N600 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router (C3700) and N300 Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router (C3000). Both devices combine the functionality of a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with a wireless router, meaning you can serve up Internet connectivity throughout your home and avoid paying your ISP cable modem rental fees, which can add up over time.

NETGEAR Announces Cable Modem Router Pair — 2/19/2014

SmallNetBuilder, Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has added two cable modem N class wireless routers. The C3700 N600 Dual-Band WiFi Cable Modem Router and C3000 N300 WiFi Cable Modem Router integrate 8x4 CableLabs-certified DOCSIS 3.0 cable modems into N600 and N300 class routers. The C3700 supports simultaneous dual-band link rates of up to 300 Mbps in each band, while the C3000 supports the same link rate in 2.4 GHz only.

NETGEAR CES 2014 New Products Showcase — 1/20/2014

By Hank Tolman

NETGEAR rushed out the gate full force as CES 2014 started with a flurry of new products designed to improve network bandwidth and signal strength for the home or small office. Their two newest WiFi range extenders even won prestigious innovations awards. Benchmark Reviews met up with NETGEAR at their invitation-only suite during CES 2014 to get a look at the newest products and technologies being released.

AT&T Unite Pro 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot Review — 1/20/2014

Legit Reviews, Brian Nyhuis

Mobile hotspots are nothing new to the market, but manufacturers like coming up with new ways to make them more user friendly, modernized in both appearance and functionality, and have a greater battery life. AT&T recently released the Unite Pro 4G LTE hotspot, manufactured by Netgear, which packs a 2.4 inch QVGA 64k color capacitive touch screen, a giant 4020mAh battery, LTE Advanced support, and even dual-band WiFi.

NETGEAR ReadyDATA 516 — 1/17/2014

Business Tech Edge, Staff

Its ReadyDATA series of storage systems targets the small- to medium-sized business (SMB) and mid-size enterprise owner. Billed as enterprise-class storage, it is less expensive and easier to use than traditional enterprise offerings. In May 2013, NETGEAR expanded the portfolio with the introduction of the ReadyDATA 516—the first in the network attached storage (NAS) family in desktop form.

NETGEAR @ CES 2014 — 1/14/2014

Missing Remote, Andrew Van Til

NETGEAR didn’t have a ton to show in the consumer space at CES, but they did have two very interesting 802.11AC range extenders on hand and their Trek travel router on hand. There are a few things that make these devices interesting. First off, until now if you wanted to bridge an 802.11AC network it required two routers - like the NETGEAR R7000. Having a specialized product cuts the cost down dramatically, the two stream AC750 should cost $90 and the three stream AC1200 will run $129. More importantly, both of these devices are two radio extenders – meaning that there are discrete radios for send and receive so bandwidth won’t be halved.

Netgear, Facebook Partner on WiFi for Small Businesses — 1/13/2014

eWeek, Nathan Eddy

Network specialist Netgear and social media giant Facebook are partnering to help bring WiFi to the customers of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) through an application that enables merchants to provide free Internet access to their customers when they "check in" at the business’ Facebook Page.

Netgear Puts A Set-Top On A Stick — 1/6/2014

Multichannel News, Jeff Baumgartner

Las Vegas – International CES 2014 -- Netgear is the latest CE vendor to throw its hat into the emerging market of HDMI-connect set-top sticks. Netgear, follling a path blazed by devices such as the Google Chromecast, Sony Bravia Smart Stick and the Roku Streaming stick, has launched the NeoMediacast HDMI Dongle, a device with on-board 802.11ac WIFi and 1080p/60 HD decoding that will initially hit the market in the first half of 2014 with support for the Android app platform. The device will also be outfitted with Miracast, a protocol that lets users send video and other Internet-sourced content from a mobile device to the TV.

Netgear wants to replace your cable box with a Chromecast-sized Android dongle — 1/6/2014

GigaOM, Janko Roettgers

Honey, they shrunk the cable box: Netgear introduced a new TV dongle called the NeoMediacast, also known as NTV300D, at CES Monday that seems partially inspired by Google’s Chromecast. The NTV300D is going to be sold to pay TV operators, who may lease or resell it to their customers. In other words, Netgear aiming to replace the cable box with a USB flash drive-sized stick that gets plugged into a TV’s HDMI port.

NetGear targets service provider market with camera, video dongle — 1/6/2014

CED, Brian Santo

NetGear is launching a line of HD cameras designed for some of the peculiar requirements of service providers who have home automation offerings. Simultaneously, the company is introducing an Android-based HDMI dongle that service providers can use in lieu of a set-top box (STB) to provide a basic video tier accompanied by Android apps, which can include a guide and storefront. The dongle is being positioned as a service provider alternative to devices such as Google’s Chromecast or Apple’s AppleTV.

Polygon Gift Guide: Gear — 12/22/2013

Polygon, Arthur Gies

A good router is a great investment (and a great gift) for just about anybody that plays games, and this is where Netgear's recently released Nighthawk comes in. It's got a powerful set of three antennas that will increase range and connection speeds in just about any location, including apartment buildings full of competing wireless signals. It also lets you prioritize gaming traffic on your network at the touch of a button, and it's got 802.11AC for some point in the future when devices that support this faster standard become more widespread.

Netgear ReadyNAS 104 Four Bay Consumer NAS Review — 12/18/2013

TweakTown, Tyler Bernath

Typically, home users have been subjected to very few, true performance NAS products. If you wanted true performance, you had to reach a little deeper into your pocket, and pull out a bit more of that hard earned money. With Netgear being an industry leader in network storage solutions, it seems only fitting that they would offer top to bottom storage solutions for every sector of the market. Today, on this crisp winter morning, we will be looking over the Netgear ReadyNAS 104.

NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000) – Specs, Features, and Everything You Need to Know (Review) — 12/12/2013

Online Gadget Store, Heidi Speare

Netgear is on the cutting-edge of pioneering new generation Wi-Fi standard that would transfigure high-end Wi-Fi routers. Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 a Smart Wi-Fi Router received its final consent from IEEE standards for 802.11ac wireless networking, creating a benchmark for delivering prodigious features and performance leaving miles away the 802.11n gear. Isn’t this really gripping?

Netgear ProSAFE XS712T L2+ 10GbE Switch Review — 12/11/2013

TweakTown, Chris Ramseyer

Ever since the Taiwanese NAS manufactures included 10GbE capabilities to their products, I've been in the 10GbE network market. Until now your options were limited to enterprise, expensive paired with lucky, or enterprise paired with more expensive. Searching the used market is little help. Early 10GbE came from a connector called CX4. Just as with gigabit Ethernet, fiber brought 10GbE out of the largest data centers, but fiber can be expensive since each end takes an optical transceiver. The natural progression is to copper lines, but it takes time for technology to move from the top down.

Netgear ReadyNAS 516 6-Bay NAS Review — 12/9/2013

TweakTown, Chris Ramseyer

If you are a regular reader of NAS reviews at TweakTown, then you wouldn't know that Netgear sells more NAS products than any other company. The reason why is because this is the first Netgear NAS we've ever tested at TweakTown. Yes, it does seem odd, especially since the Infrant Technology, the NAS maker Netgear acquired to develop the Netgear NAS program, sponsored the second NAS I ever reviewed prior to the May 2007 acquisition. Over the years, we've reached out to Netgear but never had any luck getting ReadyNAS products in for review. That's changed now. Today we look at the Netgear ReadyNAS 516, a business class unit with flagship level specifications.

Netgear WN203 is functional Wi-Fi AP for businesses — 12/6/2013

FierceCIO, Paul Mah

The Netgear WN203 is a single band 802.11n Wi-Fi access point (AP) designed to offer enterprise security features for small businesses or branch offices of larger organizations. The device is positioned as a business-grade AP with a consumer-centric suggested retail price of $145. We evaluate a review unit that Netgear shipped to us.

Level Up Your Wireless Network with Netgear — 12/4/2013

Geek Dad, Zed

I can scarcely remember a time when I didn’t own a Netgear wireless router. It’s not that I’m brand-loyal, mind you, but rather because Netgear always seemed to have a solid enough product in my usually meager price range. So suffice it to say that when I was offered a chance to check out their new Nighthawk AC1900 – a dual-band gigabit router that retails for around $250 – as a part of the recently launched Netgear Ambassador Program, I was intrigued but skeptical.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 Review — 11/28/2013

Slashgear, Brittany Hillen

Netgear revealed its ambitious network storage plans early this year, rolling out the red carpet for an eventual launch of a handful of ReadyNAS units that would complement the ReadyNAS Duo v2 that we reviewed in 2011. We got our hands on one of these new units, the ReadyNAS RN102, a 2-bay connected device that offers up to 8TB of storage, which places it a step below the similarly-launched RN104. At about the same price of the Duo v2, the RN102 takes things up a notch in the hardware department, but is it ultimately worth the upgrade?

11 cool tech gifts this holiday season — 11/26/2013

New York Daily News, Samuel Ebenezer

This one’s for the gamer in your life. The Nighthawk WiFi router is hardly attractive (it’s way too big and bulky), and it doesn’t deliver great performance over the 2.4 gHz bandwidth. However, it’s built for gamers, with Quality-of-Service settings that easily let you tweak your network to show preference to gaming streams or video streams. It’s an easily customizable WiFi unit that’s perfect for geeks and Internet control freaks who like to micromanage priorities and settings. Best of all, the interface makes it all simple and easy to set up. And any router dubbed the “Nighthawk” has to be kind of cool, right?

Review: Netgear ReadyNAS 312 - A New Family of Storage with Enhanced Cloud Support — 11/25/2013

ChannelproSMB, James E. Gaskin

Netgear, one of the earliest and most prolific suppliers of desktop NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliances for small and medium sized businesses, has a new line of storage boxes with an upgrade that includes the operating system, the user interface, and the file system. We tested the ReadyNAS 312, a 2-disk unit that comes diskless or filled with two 3.5 or 2.5 inch disks (SSD or SATA).

Netgear Rolls Out Top-of-the-Line ReadyNAS 716 — 11/21/2013

Channelpro SMB, James Gaskin

Netgear’s new top-of-the-line desktop NAS, the ReadyNAS 716, runs on a quad-core Intel Xeon Ivy Bridge E3-1225v2 3.2GHz processor and 16GB of ECC memory, and includes two 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports along with two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Being the first desktop NAS to include 10GBase-T Ethernet support is the foundation for the company’s speed claims, along with an upgrade of the ReadyNAS operating system to version 6. Netgear’s ReadyNAS 716 (RN716X) has the power to support up to 500 concurrent users and stream multiple Blu-ray high-definition movies at once.

AT&T Unite Pro keeps you connected and charged on the go — 11/19/2013

SlashGear, Shane McGlaun

AT&T has unveiled a new mobile device called the Unite Pro. The device is a gadget produced in cooperation with Netgear. The Unite Pro is two devices in one with the ability to set up a mobile hotspot and keep your devices charged on the go. The Unite Pro can create a 4G LTE mobile hotspot for connecting up to 15 devices. It supports dual-band WiFi and LTE-A networking. The device also features a 2.4-inch touchscreen. That touchscreen can be used to configure settings for the mobile device.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 716 Gets Xeon 3.2GHz CPU and 16GB of RAM — 11/18/2013

Ubergizmo, Hubert Nguyen

NETGEAR has just announced the ReadyNAS 716, a powerful Network Attached Storage (NAS) system for business usage that NETGEAR says is powerful enough to serve 150 concurrent 1080p video streams… if your network can support it. To achieve this level of performance, NETGEAR has tapped into a powerful Xeon (Ivy Bridge) E3-1225v2 quad-core CPU from Intel which runs at 3.2GHz and is couple with 16GB of RAM (ECC memory). More importantly, NETGEAR has chosen to connect via a 10Gb Ethernet protocol, and even features two Ethernet ports on this NAS, in case one of them fails for some reason (and no, you cannot aggregate the bandwidth of both ports).

NETGEAR Announces Dual 10 GbE NAS — 11/18/2013

Small Net Builder, Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has launched what it claims is the world's fastest desktop NAS. The ReadyNAS 716 is a six-bay desktop NAS based on a 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Xeon Ivy Bridge E3-1225v2 processor and 16 GB of ECC RAM. Six hot-swappable bays accept 2.5" and 3.5" solid state and hard SATA drives.

Review: Netgear Zing mobile hotspot for Sprint — 11/15/2013

Electronista, Justin King

Netgear is better known for its home networking gear, however the company's Zing hotspot aims to make a dent in the mobile market. With support for Sprint's LTE network and a touch-based management interface, the Zing packs on a few extra features that are hard to find among the competition. In our full review, we take the hotspot and a handful of data-hungry devices out for a road trip.

Netgear Wifi Analytics (for Android) — 10/28/2013

PCMag, Samara Lynn

While the Netgear Wi-Fi Analytics app is simple, and provides no customization options, it's useful and efficient at displaying basic wireless network information that can be used to optimize the wireless networking experience. It's an easy 4 out of 5 stars for networking utilities.

Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000) — 10/25/2013

PCMag, Samara Lynn

The Nighthawk$199.99 at Amazon, is Netgear's latest router in the company's premium dual-band 802.11ac router line-up. The router looks as cool as its name suggests, with a trapezoid design and flared sides. The shape is reminiscent of the famed fighter jet of the same name. Yet the Nighthawk (model R7000) is not just dressed to impress: Excellent speeds on the 5GHz band when paired with Netgear's latest mini 11ac A6100 USB adapter and enhanced Quality-of-Service (QoS) that really shortens the time to buffer and stream video make the Nighthawk one of the top 802.11ac routers currently on the market for heavy-duty throughput tasks.

NETGEAR Launches New ProSAFE Gigabit SmartSwitch — 10/21/2013

SMB Nation, Heather L

Earlier today, NETGEAR, Inc. announced the availability of the new ProSAFE 16-port Gigabit PoE Smart Switch, the GS516TP. NETGEAR explained that this device is designed for SMB workloads and can operate on either AC or PoE (Power over Ethernet).

NETGEAR Nighthawk Router, Ideal for Gamers and Streaming — 10/4/2013

Technology Tell, Stanley Goodner

NETGEAR has just launched its latest dual-band 802.11ac wireless router geared toward online gaming and video streaming. The Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000) provides superior speed and range. The Nighthawk packs a powerful 1Ghz dual core processor along with USB 3.0 for power and connectivity. Combined with the ultra-fast WiFi connection, this router is ideal for homes that have multiple mobile devices that demand bandwidth. Namely gaming and video.

Netgear reveals router "ideal" for gamers — 10/2/2013

Game Spot, Eddie Makuch

Netgear has announced an all-new router described as "ideal" for gamers. Known officially as the Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000), the router claims to soar above the competition to provide the "best performance" with the "world's fastest" WiFi speed.

Next-gen Routers are here with Netgear's Nighthawk — 10/1/2013

Polygon, Arthur Gies

After five days with the Nighthawk, I'm ready to put down the 200 dollars. First, back to my appointment. Netgear put together an impressive and at times exhausting presentation. The Nighthawk is designed for "gaming, streaming, and mobile connections," per their slide show. The new router is what Netgear is calling AC 1900 — meaning that in addition to the 1300mbps speeds of the 802.11ac standard, it's also packing a more powerful 802.11n radio that supports up to 600mbps (twice as much as my current router, the aforementioned E3000). As important is the processing power inside of the Nighthawk, according to Harpalani: a 1Ghz dual core processor and 256MB of RAM. These specs allow for the Nighthawk's main selling point: quality of service prioritization for games and streaming media.

NETGEAR Nighthawk AC1900 Smart WiFi Router Brings World’s Fastest Home Speeds — 10/1/2013

Slash Gear, Chris Burns

Supposing you’re wanting to make the most of your best-in-class internet connection at home, the folks at Netgear have brought forth the likes of their Smart WiFi Router by the name of “Nighthawk.” They saw the need for such a high-powered device in the everyday home environment, and they made it a reality. Here you’ll find the AC1900 Smart WiFi Router (R7000) prepared for the common market, rolling out with a 1GHz dual-core processor, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity, and Netgear Beamforming+ technology to boot.

Netgear ProSafe GS724T Switch Review — 7/26/2013

By Staff

The Netgear ProSafe GS724T Switch features twenty-four copper 10/100/1000 ports and two SFP 100/1000 ports and is designed for small businesses utilizing the switch for applications such as VoIP, video conferencing, and network security. The 24 ports copper ports use standard RJ45 Ethernet connections and auto-negotiate for transfers, while the SFP ports can support large data transfers and other mission-critical requirements.

NETGEAR Bulks Up ReadyNAS Rackmount Family — 7/22/2013

By Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has added two more Intel-powered ReadyNAS rackmounts. The ReadyNAS 3220 and ReadyNAS 4220 are successors to the ReadyNAS 3200 and 4200. Both are 12 bay 2U rackmount NASes that take 2.5" and 3.5" SATA hard or solid-state hot-swappable drives.

Netgear ProSecure UTM150 Review — 7/19/2013

By Staff

To keep things up to date users can also select automatic update options, scaling from 15 minutes to once per week, to make sure virus definitions are always current. VPNs aren't left out of the mix either, with the UTM150 having support for up to 150 site-to-site links or 75 SSL VPN tunnels. When it comes down to it, the ProSecure UTM150 brings with it many powerful filtering options that don't take an entire IT department to configure or maintain.

Sprint to launch first batch of tri-band 4G LTE hardware on July 19 — 7/15/2013

By Alex Wagner

After initially announcing its first batch of tri-band 4G LTE mobile broadband products earlier this year, Sprint today revealed when consumers will actually be able to get their mitts on the new hardware. Sprint says that the MiFi 500 LTE from Novatel (shown above), the Netgear Zing Mobile Hotspot (shown below), the Netgear 341U USB Modem and will hit its yellow shelves on July 19. Pricing and features for each model are as follows.

Netgear M7100 Switch Review (XSM7224) — 7/15/2013

By StorageReview Enterprise Lab

The Netgear M7100 is a fully managed switch that features twenty-four 10GBase-T ports and 4 SFP+ ports and is designed for virtualization and aggregating 10GbE access layer switches. The 24 ports of 10GBase-T use the standard RJ45 Ethernet connection and support Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and 10GbE speeds with auto-negotiation for speeds.

Netgear's R6100 router hits 802.11ac speeds for $100, available now — 7/3/2013

By Timothy J. Seppala

The R6100 is the latest addition to Netgear's 2013 router lineup and retails for an easier-to-justify price than its siblings. For $100, the 802.11ac-generating square will connect to the new Macbook Air's upgraded wireless, with a dual 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz a/b/g/n antenna ensuring compatibility with your first-gen Zune.

Netgear's R6100 Router Boasts 802.11ac Connectivity for a Benjamin — 7/3/2013

By Paul Lilly

Now might not be the best time to upgrade your home networking equipment to 802.11ac since a final standard has yet to be ratified, but if you're gung-ho to make the leap anyway, there are plenty of companies that will oblige. Count Netgear among them. Not only is Netgear offering an upgrade path to 802.11ac, it's new R6100 dual-band router is $100, a relatively cheap price tag considering it's a next-generation router.

NETGEAR Shipping N300 PoE Access Point — 6/17/2013

By Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has announced a PoE-powered N300 small-biz access point. The NETGEAR WN203 ProSAFE Single-Band Wireless-N Access Point is a 2.4 GHz N300 class access point aimed at small business buyers. It includes dual internal antennas and two RP-SMA connectors for adding optional higher-gain external antennas.

Test Time For Netgear’s 1 Gig DOCSIS 3.0 Gateway — 6/3/2013

By Jeff Baumgartner

A DOCSIS 3.0-powered device from Netgear that’s capable of producing downstream bursts of 1 Gbps is in “multiple” lab trials and is starting to enter field trials, according to Naveen Chhangani, director of product management for Netgear’s service provider unit. That’s his progress report about six months after Netgear became the first DOCSIS vendor to achieve CableLabs certification for a data/voice gateway that can bond 24 downstream channels – enough to produce max downstream speeds of 960 Mbps using 6MHz-wide channels (in North American DOCSIS configurations), and eclipse the 1 Gbps mark in EuroDOCSIS systems that utilize 8MHz-wide channel spacing.

Netgear ProSafe Plus XS708E 10GbE Switch Review — 5/31/2013

By Kevin O’Brien

The Netgear ProSafe Plus XS708E 10GbE switch is part of a new family of ProSafe switches that are designed for SMBs to address the concerns of both enormous network traffic growth and the increasing performance capabilities of networked storage. Most storage arrays are sold with 10GbE these days either standard or as a reasonably priced option and 10GbE is likewise gaining traction in the server market. While gigabit Ethernet remains the standard, the benefits of 10GbE are immense, but a long time stumbling block has been the capital investment in equipment to support the interconnect, especially for small businesses.

NETGEAR R6250 Smart WiFi Router Reviewed — 5/30/2013

By Tim Higgins

Now that I've retested NETGEAR's top-of-line draft 802.11ac R6300, we can proceed to the first of its new 11ac routers to be powered by Broadcom's second-generation router SoC. Like the R6300, the R6250 is a "Smart" router, running its "genie" admin GUI, with Android and iOS apps for remote access and admin control. Unlike the R6300, the R6250 is an "AC1600" router.

NETGEAR 802.11ac A6200 USB WiFi Adapter Runs Through The Lab — 5/18/2013

By Sean Kalinich

When we first saw that the NETGEAR A6200 was a USB 2.0 device we were concerned about performance. After all there is a limit to how much data you can push through a USB 2.0 port. Sadly this limit is below what 802.11ac is capable of. We were glad to see that even with that limitation you still get great performance and with fairly small price tag.

Netgear Shows Off Connectivity Platforms for Small Businesses — 5/13/2013

By Nathan Eddy

Networking specialist Netgear is highlighting its suite of connectivity solutions for the smart home and small businesses at the MedPi trade show in Monaco, including the Powerline 500 Nano PassThru 1-Port (XAVB5401), a new-generation 500M bps product that extends Internet access to any electrical outlet, supporting faster speeds for applications such as HDTV, multiple HD or 3D video streams, streaming multimedia and multiplayer gaming.

Netgear Launches ReadyData 516 Desktop Device — 5/10/2013

By Nathan Eddy

Networking solutions specialist Netgear announced an addition to the ReadyData family—the first device in desktop form, ReadyData 516, which is aimed at small to medium-size businesses (SMBs). The device provides edge-to-core data protection, which enables a business to manage storage centrally and replicate data from a remote or branch office to corporate headquarters or a central site.

Netgear Announces ReadyDATA 516 — 5/7/2013

By Josh Shaman

Netgear has announced the ReadyDATA 516 6-bay NAS unit designed with enterprise-class features and simple usability for SMBs. The ReadyDATA 516 is a great fit for organizations that don't have a data center or for an application such as multiple branch offices requiring on-site storage used in conjunction with the ReadyDATA 5200 2U 12-bay NAS.

NETGEAR M4100-D12G Intelligent Edge Switch Reviewed — 5/1/2013

By Doug Reid

The M4100 carriers NETGEAR's lifetime warranty, which gives me confidence in the reliability of a network device. I've been using NETGEAR switches for years and haven't had one fail yet. I had a few challenges figuring out some of the configurations on the M4100, but overall, my experience with the M4100-D12G was positive. I recommend you consider NETGEAR's M4100 switches if you're looking to aggregate and route inter-VLAN traffic on your network!

NETGEAR XS708E ProSafe Plus 10GbE Switch — 4/29/2013

By Bruce Normann

There are other 10GbE models in the ProSAFE product line that have more capabilities than the XS708E, more ports, more management features, etc. and they all push the price/performance line down from where it was. The XS708E has the potential for making the biggest impact though, because the price is so attractive. The barrier to implementing 10GbE in your SMB is virtually gone, as of now.

Netgear boosts 802.11ac WiFi performance with Beamforming+ firmware upgrade — 4/23/2013

By Brittany Hillen

On Monday, Netgear added support for Beamforming+ to its R6300 802.11ac Dual Band Gigabit router, as well as its A6200 USB adapter, offering users better wireless Internet performance and reliability. For those who already have one (or both) of the devices, a firmware update has also been rolled out that adds Beamforming+ support to the devices. With the added support, users will see their 802.11ac gain additional speed, among other things.

Netgear 802.11ac update adds beamforming, delivers up to 60 percent faster WiFi — 4/22/2013

By Jon Fingas

Although Netgear was one of the quickest out of the gates with 802.11ac WiFi hardware, that doesn't mean its hardware is the quickest today: without beamforming to optimize the signal, it risks trailing behind newcomers who've had more time to prepare. Starting with the R6300 router and A6200 USB adapter, the company will soon catch up through a firmware update that rolls in support for the beamforming standard.

Netgear Rolls Out Another 802.11ac Wi-Fi Router — 4/8/2013

By Paul Lilly

The new R6520 Smart Wi-Fi router from Netgear is the company's newest product to support the 802.11ac wireless standard, and it's designed specifically for people who care more about the draft specification than with having the fastest 802.11n Wi-Fi performance in the 2.4GHz band. It's armed with a dual-core 800MHz engine to enable combined Wi-Fi connections at speeds up to 1600Mbps.

Broadband Forum holds industry's First G.vector interoperability plugfest for VDSL2 — 3/27/2013

By Broadband Forum

Fifteen companies met in Durham, NH, USA during the week of February 25 – March 1, 2013, to participate in the first wide scale interoperability testing of equipment implementing ITU-T G.vector for VDSL2. This plugfest, the first of a planned series of interoperability events organized by the Broadband Forum, and hosted by the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), was focused on detailed testing of G.vector functionality.

Netgear's ReadyNAS 6.0 OS Targets SMBs, SOHOs — 3/25/2013

By Joe Kovar

Netgear rolled out a new series of NAS appliances to go with a new version of its ReadyNAS operating system. With the unveiling of its ReadyNAS 6.0, Netgear also finally standardizes on a single operating system rather than the three it had been using, said Matt Phanke, senior manager of product marketing for the San Jose, Calif.-based company’s storage business.

NETGEAR Powerline 500 WiFi Access Point Review — 3/23/2013

By HardwareHeaven

We have looked at a number of NETGEAR devices recently, from state of the art routers featuring Wireless-AC technology to Music Extenders and WiFi range enhancers. Today we are looking at a wireless access point that utilises Powerline technology to access the router and share the connection via WiFi - the Powerline 500 WiFi Access Point

Netgear Introduces 4 New ReadyNAS Products — 3/20/2013

By Rachel Cericola

Netgear is giving you a new place to store all of your digital files. The company just debuted a slew of new networked-attached-storage (NAS) products, all of which run on the brand-new ReadyNAD OS 6. That OS basically means that each of these products are designed to make storage easy—as in, you should really have a central spot for all of your digital stuff.

Netgear launches ReadyNAS line of storage solutions — 3/18/2013

By Craig Lloyd

While Netgear is mostly known for its vast line of networking equipment, like routers, switches, and hubs, the company has dabbled a bit in the network-attached storage realm, but they never fully dove into the trade. However, today’s announcement of the company’s new ReadyNAS storage lineup looks to make a splash in the SMB storage market.

Netgear ReadyNAS with OS 6 Released — 3/18/2013

By Josh Shaman

While Netgear is mostly known for its vast line of networking equipment, like routers, switches, and hubs, the company has dabbled a bit in the networNetgear has announced availability of its new ReadyNAS products that are spread across three series all running on a new OS. The new NAS also utilizes redesigned hardware and a sleek, modern GUI. Compared to previous models, one significant change that Netgear has implemented is that all of its new NAS units will run unified on ReadyNas OS 6, while previous generations ran different OS versions. Designed for home users and SMB, Netgear is also making an important offering by providing real-time anti-virus protection and unlimited snapshots across the entire ReadyNas line, regardless of unit cost or drive configuration.k-attached storage realm, but they never fully dove into the trade. However, today’s announcement of the company’s new ReadyNAS storage lineup looks to make a splash in the SMB storage market.

Netgear Launches ReadyNAS Line — 3/18/2013

By Josh Shaman

Netgear today introduced two new network-attached storage (NAS) devices, the ReadyNAS 100 and 300. With these releases Netgear is taking its next step in simplifying its design and branding, said Matt Pahnke, the company’s senior marketing manager for storage.

NETGEAR Rolls Out All New ReadyNASes — 3/18/2013

By Tim Higgins

NETGEAR has revamped its entire ReadyNAS product line with five new desktop models in three new ReadyNAS families with an completely overhauled new OS. The entry level ReadyNAS 100 Series is powered by a 1.2 GHz Marvell Armada 370 CPU with 512 MB of RAM. The two-bay version has one Gigabit Ethernet LAN port while the four-bay has two ports.