NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Modem Router (DGND4000) Review

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NETGEAR N750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Modem Router Premium Edition Review

NETGEAR N750 Wireless-N Router Premium Edition Review

While Wireless-N may not be top dog anymore after handing its crown to Wireless-AC there is still a market for N capable routers which now sit at a very affordable price point. Today we take a look at the N750 Premium Edition, one of the few models to suit just about everyone with its built in ADSL2+ modem for use with DSL connections and a RJ45 port to be used with cable or fibre connections.

Packaging and Bundle

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NETGEAR N750 box

The N750 comes in NETGEAR’s standard packaging, a sturdy box with the recognisable NETGEAR branding. We see a clear image of the product on the front and also listed are the key features of the unit, with more detailed descriptions featured on the sides and rear of the box. Inside the box is partitioned in two, the router has a plastic film applied to the front protecting the piano black finish. Bundled with the router is a series of documentation, Cat 5e cable, RJ11 cable, ADSL filter and the mains power supply/plug.

1 Comment

  1. Artemas December 9, 2014
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    i’m very disappointed, poor software\firmware !
    sometime chrashes, i must reboot
    dinamic dns don’t support no-ip.com 3322.org tzo.com or customized service provider
    it can’t redirect an external port to a different internal port
    there isn’t a wifi power control output in the menù
    there isn’t a SNR adjustments into the menu.

    i hope that a new firmware release fix this problem. !

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