NETGEAR N900 Wireless Router and USB Adapter Review

2. WNDR4500 Router4. Router Setup / Software


NETGEAR N900 Wireless Router and USB Adapter Review

NETGEAR WNDA4100 (N900 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter)

NETGEAR N900 Wireless USB Adapter - Box NETGEAR N900 Wireless USB Adapter - Protection
NETGEAR package their wireless adapter in a compact box which shares similar styling to the router and again on the front we get a list of key functionality. Inside the adapter is protected by cardboard on all sides and wrapped in a plastic bag.

NETGEAR N900 Wireless USB Adapter - Bundle

Bundled with the unit is a short manual, driver and setup CD and USB cradle.

NETGEAR N900 Wireless USB Adapter - Rear NETGEAR N900 Wireless USB Adapter - Stand

The WDNA4100 has a plastic shell with transparent perforated section running through the centre which highlights the internal blue LED which is brightest at the side, Push N Connect button. A part sticker sits on the base, hidden when the device is inserted into its cradle and it weighs 19.5g with dimensions of 86.8×27.6×13.4mm

The WNDR4100 supports Wireless-N 450Mbps operation on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands with Push N Connect functionality to ensure easy setup and NETGEAR Genie for device management.

Finally, worth noting is that as well as supporting streaming of 1080p content, we should also be able to stream 3D high definition files… something we will test later.

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