NETGEAR N600 (C3700) is a combo device, 2-in-one dual band wireless router and cable modem. You will not only get high-speed internet, up to 340Mbps but with its WiFi technology, the signal can reach whole home coverage so more users and devices can connect to the Internet at the same time. It also comes with Gigabit Ethernet Ports that can delivers very fast wired connections. The speed makes streaming HD video better and online gaming becomes more fun and awesome. This modem router can be paired with all major cable ISP, including TWC and COX. Meanwhile for XFINITY customers, you can activate this modem by yourself without service call.
The NETGEAR N600 (C3700) is easy to use and more wireless-enabled devices can connect to this modem router quickly. Simply use Push ‘N’ Connect if you want to add new device to your WiFi network, very easy and it only use a push of a button (WPS). The router installation can be done via browser using your smartphones, tablets or PCs.. No need CD, cable, or anything. The manufacurer also packs this product with Genie App with excellent dashboard that can help you to control, monitor or even repair your home network. This Genie App also brings many great features, you won’t believe it until you try it yourself.
Although this modem router has small compact design but it has very good WiFi range and according NETGEAR, its WiFi signal can coverage for large homes. You can now connect to your friends or access social sharing sites conveniently because its Simultaneous dual band feature reduces the risk of WiFi interference, enjoy your activities with more reliable connection.
The NETGEAR N600 has also been equipped with USB port that can be used for share your hard drive to other wirelessly. DLNA lets you find & play your content on DLNA certified TV & game consoles like Xbox, Playstation4 , etc.
What’s in the Box
– NETGEAR N600 Wi-Fi cable modem router
– Ethernet cable
– Quick start guide (for installation)
– Power adapter
– Cable broadband Internet service
– Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, Mac OS, and other OS running a TCP/IP network
– Browser : IE, FF, Safari, Chrome