Supports both 5GHz and 2.4GHz frequencies.
Internal antenna design.
Intuitive and responsive Web interface.
Easy to set up.
Good mixed mode and range throughput speed.
Internet uplink QoS.
Easy initial install.
Not true dual-band.
No Gigabit support.
No print serving or NAS functionality.
Unstable 2.4 GHz 11n.
Performance drop at longer distances.
Installation wizard too stripped-down.
Pre-selected QoS games are old.
By AskMen on October 27, 2008
It can be forgiven if you have forgotten about NETGEAR and its wireless routers. After all, it has been a while since the trusted manufacturer of networking equipment has released any fresh gadgets. With its new series of N-Routers, it appears that it...76
By Techworld on October 22, 2008
The Netgear WNDR3300 offers basic dual-band networking, but the lack of speed, gigabit ethernet and USB ports make it hard to...-
By CNET Australia on September 30, 2008
The WNDR3300 looks the part of a shiny, fast 802.11n router. Looks are deceptive; this is a sluggish unit in what should be its best operating mode....61
By Good Gear Guide on September 01, 2008
Having the ability to run 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks simultaneously is an advantage, but this units speed wasnt as good as we hoped and its also limited to running 2.4GHz-based 802.11n adapters at 54Mbps....60
By cnet on August 05, 2008
The Netgear RangeMax Dual Band Wireless-N Router WNDR3300 is a basic Wireless-N router that only offers a taste of dual-band wireless networking. Its short range and limited feature set may override its decent mixed-mode performance. Price range:...67
By SmallNetBuilder on July 03, 2008
Low-cost dual-band two-radio hybrid 802.11b/g / draft 802.11n...-
By Expert Reviews on June 01, 2008
The biggest problem with wireless routers is the amount of interference, which can disrupt your connection. This is bad enough with standard 802.11g networks, but with Draft-N its potentially worse and can turn a super-fast network into a slow...60
By Trusted Reviews on May 26, 2008
Netgear has been quiet on the wireless front for far too long. While the competition has been busy churning out variations on the wireless-N theme Netgears last significant product was its Gigabit-equipped , which we reviewed over a year ago....60
By PC Mag on May 22, 2008
The WNDR3300 is a decent router if all you need is a basic wireless setup and a good multimedia streamer. Otherwise, explore other...60
By TechRadar on May 13, 2008
The world of wireless is in flux. The 802.11n standard is all but finalised and the demand for longer ranges and stability has been testing even the very biggest manufacturers.Thankfully, leading Wi-Fi kit manufacturer Netgear has the answer:...80