by February 1, 2010 0 comments

The WNDR3700 is a dual band router based on IEEE 802.11n
standard that can work simultaneously in 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency band. This
means better connectivity for your wireless clients. Other noticeable features
in this wireless router are the inclusion of a USB port for connecting storage
devices (similar to Leoxsys LEO-150N-BT router, reviewed in Dec 2009), 4 Gigabit
Ethernet ports for a fast wired connection, WiFi protection setup(WPS) for quick
secure wireless connection setup plus a dedicated button for switching on WiFi.
Besides an elaborate interface that provides easy manageability and a unique
‘Broadband Usage Meter’ for usage management, WNDR3700 is also filled with all
necessary security features like WPA/WPA2-PSK and WPA/WPA2 Enterprise encryption
standards, DoS (denial of service) and SPI (stateful packet inspection)
firewall. We checked throughput using ‘Qcheck 3.0.’ WNDR3700 gave an average
throughput of 80 Mbps using a payload of 1000 KB. This is the highest amongst
all N based routers we have tested so far. In the second test, we transferred 50
MB of data from one machine to the other. The time taken was 12 seconds, which
is again the lowest amongst all routers we have tested so far.

Price: Rs 9,900 Meant
For: Small offices
Key Specs: Four Gigabit LAN Ports, WPA,WPA2,IEEE 802.11n draft,
dual band router
Contact: Netgear Technologies India, Delhi Telephone: 26207446

SMS Buy 130213 to 56677

Bottomline:  A great performer with a competitive

*Test Bed: The router was connected to a PC through
Ethernet and to a notebook wirelessly (using an N-based USB adapter). Data
was transferred between the PC and notebook to check performance

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