Expert reviews of Netgear WNDR4500 N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
Review score distribution (out of 24 reviews)
out of 100
Excellent simultaneous dual band performance, Class leading range, Notably at 5GHz, Two USB ports
Pricing on the premium side, 802.11n a poor investment with 802.ac imminent
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Excerpt: Netgear's N900 Dual Band Gigabit Router, otherwise known as the WNDR4500, is an "ultimate performance" product designed for those of you who want faster wireless networking. It has a dual-band wireless access point that can work in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz ...
Bottomline: Netgear's N900 is a fast unit when it comes to wireless networking, and is a decent solution for those of you who can't wait until 802.11ac routers. Both its short and long range results were impressive in our tests. You pay quite a price for that spee...
Excerpt: Today we have the high end WNDR4500 Router and WNDA4100 USB adapter on our test bench. With dual band and 900MBPS specification along with dual USB connectors and the expected GB LAN ports these two devices could be the hardware to solve all our home n...
Bottomline: The N900 has excellent range when used with suitable client devices, and has decent real-world performance but - as with any of the new breed of 450Mbps routers - don't expect it to work miracles, in areas with heavy interference. The feature set, interf...
Bottomline: The Netgear WNDR4500 is the company’s top-of-the-line router (unless we count in the recently announced equipment with 802.11ac support). It looks good with its large and pretty case with in-built antennas, handy indication system, two USB ports, dedi...
Bottomline: The Netgear N900 isn't exactly revolutionary by Netgear's own standards, but that isn't really a bad thing. Netgear offers a deep suite of features, with an easy to use configuration interface that should have even networking newbies up and running pr...