NETGEAR Centria WNDR4700 Wireless Storage Router Review

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NETGEAR Centria All-in-one Router WNDR4700 Review

NETGEAR WNDR4700 Centria Review – Wireless Router (With Storage)

Over the past year we have seen a number of items from NETGEAR including their latest AC specification wireless router; one of the highest specification products in this market. In each case they have delivered solid, high quality devices often adding in extra features which users may find beneficial.

One new device which looks to offer both traditional networking and some additional features is the NETGEAR Centria WNDR4700. Part wireless-n (dual band) router, part storage device it allows us to add our own hard drive and enable media/backup functionality on our home network without the need for separate devices. Today we have one to review…

Packaging and Bundle

NETGEAR Centria box NETGEAR Centria bundle

NETGEAR package their Centria in a sturdy box, similar to their other recent routers, which gives us a clear image of the product as well as listing key features on the front and more detailed information on the back/sides. Inside we find the router wrapped in protective plastic and suspended in cardboard. Bundled with it we find a selection of product documentation, Cat 5e cable, mains power plug and the routers PSU. As an additional item we also get a bracket to assist in the install of compact drives.

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