Netgear DGN3500 RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Modem Router

  • Netgear DGN3500 RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Modem Router
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  • Wired/Wireless Connection Speed.
  • Wireless Signal Strength.
  • Four Gigabit Ethernet Ports.


Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetSpeak on 76

Netgear’s N300 RangeMax wireless gigabit ADSL2+ modem router DGN3500 has been designed to provide the higher speeds that users increasingly demand. In addition to its wide range of LAN and WAN features it can also support an external USB storage...

By Real World Labs on

My first real contact with the Internet was back in 1995 with an 33.6Kbps modem which at the time was considered as the fastest one available. Almost 16 years later technology has made great leaps in terms of speed and so certain areas...

By PC Advisor on 80

Despite being more expensive than rival routers, the Netgear DGN3500 Range Max will be a good investment for SMEs and SOHOs who need a high-quality wireless-N router. And if you shop around you can pick it up for a lot less. Spencer Dalziel...

By PC Advisor on 80

Although the Netgear RangeMax DGN3500 Wi-Fi router is compatible with Windows and Mac, the setup process is far more tricky with Apple machines. But for Windows users, the Netgear takes up little desk space and works well. Cliff Joseph...

By Macworld UK on 80

Netgear’s DGN3500 is a neatly designed Wireless N router that works well, but could still be a little more Mac friendly. Like Apple’s AirPort routers, the DGN3500 uses internal antennae to transmit a wireless signal. That gives it a slimline...

By Expert Reviews on 80

This very capable ADSL router has decent wireless speeds and plenty of features, but is only worth its substantial price if you actually need them....

By on 80

Good features and easy to use, but at this price we’d expect it to be dual-band Good points Good wireless speeds; easy to install; USB network storage; fast wired connections Bad points Not dual-band; internal antennas mean you can’t direct...

By Web User on 100

It's surprising how few extras are being added to new wireless modem routers. This is arguably no bad thing - Wi-Fi networking and setting up a new device to act as a gateway to your 
broadband internet connection are complicated enough as it...