Released May, 2010
The Pros:Very stable - capable of consistent throughput with low variation. Lots of modes - includes Auto, AP and Bridge switch functionality. Not only a media streamer - can double as a home router as well.
The Cons:Expensive - expert users can achieve similar results with less expensive products. Resetting to the factory defaults clears some of the manufacturer's automated configuration settings.
The Netgear WNHDB3004, a minor update to the WNHDEB111, is a higher-end, wireless-N media streamer. On a wireless-N network, it is capable of handling multiple 1080p video streams at once. The media streamer is sold as a "home theater kit" and includes two wireless adapters.
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One adapter is plugged into a router and the other into a game console, television, or A/V receiver with an ethernet port. Additional adapters can be added securely, and support a range of other devices, including IPTV set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and the Apple TV. Most notably, it adds MIMO technology to its predecessor, enabling greater data throughput.
- 802.11n wireless
- 4x4 MIMO
- Multicast point-to-multipoint
- Jitter-free 1080p HD streams
- Two adapters included
- WPS setup for additional adapters
- 5GHz band
- Supports Blu-ray players, IPTVs, IPTV set-top boxes, game consoles, TiVo HD, Slingbox, Apple TV
User Reviews (3)
very stable - capable of consistent throughput with low variation
lots of modes - includes Auto, AP and Bridge switch functionality
not only a media streamer - can double as a home router as well
easy to setup - made to be as straightforward as possible for novice users
uses proprietary technology to keep throughput high with strong/medium signal strength
expensive - expert users can achieve similar results with less expensive products
resetting to the factory defaults clears some of the manufacturer's automated configuration settings
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