NETGEAR N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL 2+ Modem Router (DGND3700v2)

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NETGEAR N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router Review

Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL 2+ Modem Router DGND3700v2

A few months ago we took a look at a high end router from Netgear, the WNDR4500 along with the accompanying USB adapter the WNDA4100. We found the combination of the WNDR4500 and WNDA4100 to offer great functionality with a simple set up process and exceptional wireless speed.

Today we will be taking a look at another product from the Netgear range, the DGND3700v2. The DGND3700v2 is a wireless dual band gigabit ADSL 2+ modem router offering an all in one solution for ADSL broadband users.

Packaging and Bundle

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Netgear provide the DGND3700v2 is a medium sized box which shows a clear image of the product on the front as well as listing the key features which we can expect. Turning the box over we find a more detailed breakdown of the router, including a picture which shows the connections offered with the product. Netgear use a simple table for highlighting the features of their product range, with the DGND3700v2 falling in the high performance row.

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On each edge of the package we find a more detailed list of the features of the product as well as a complete run down on the full product specifications.

NETGEAR N600 WiFi Router bundle

Bundled with the DGND3700v2 we find a selection of product documentation, ADSL filter, broadband phone cable, Cat 5e cable and a mains power plug that powers the router.

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