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Media Advisory

  • 05 February, 2007 13:31

<p>NETGEAR’s leadership of the home and small business networking market has been demonstrated once again with a series of innovative products now shipping.</p>
<p>The WNR854T RangeMax Next Wireless-N Gigabit Edition Router and WN802T RangeMax Next Gigabit Edition Wireless Access Point comply with the draft 802.11n wireless standard and are backwards compatible with 802.11b/g wireless products. Gigabit Ethernet ports support maximum wired and wireless-to-wired LAN speeds and preset internal antennas simplify installation and ensure protection from damage or mis-alignment.</p>
<p>The WNR854T RangeMax Next Wireless-N Gigabit Edition Router extends the possibilities of a home wireless network and delivers superior bandwidth and range for multiple streaming applications. The WNR854T will retail for $399. Please click on the following link to download a high resolution image: http://www.watterson.com.au/Downloads/Netgear/Products_hires/WNR854T.jpg</p>
<p>The WN802T RangeMax Next Gigabit Wireless Access Point extends a small business or home network by providing high-speed access up to 300Mbps with Gigabit wired support at the backend. The WNR802T upholds business operations by creating and maintaining a stable connection and enough bandwidth to surf the Internet, download emails, utilise VoIP, share files and stream high-definition videos -- simultaneously. Touchless WiFi Security simplifies setup and includes WEP, WPA/PSK or WPA2-PSK. The WN802T will retail for $419. Please click on the following link to download a high resolution image: http://www.watterson.com.au/Downloads/Netgear/Products_hires/WN802T.jpg</p>
<p>The WN121T RangeMax Next USB Adapter complies with the draft 802.11n wireless standard and when paired with the WNR834B RangeMax Next Wireless Router will deliver 15 times the speed and 10 times the coverage of today’s Wireless-G networks. Preset internal antennas simplify installation and ensure protection from damage or mis-alignment. The WN121T will retail for $239. Please click on the following link to download a high resolution image: http://www.watterson.com.au/Downloads/Netgear/Products_hires/WN121T.jpg</p>
<p>The KWGR614 54Mbps Wireless-G Router’s open source code enables router customisation for Linux developers and hobbyists. Users can create firmware for specialised applications such as gaming, VoIP, security or increased signal strength. The detachable antennas provide additional flexibility. The KWGR614 delivers up to twice the WAN-to-LAN throughput of other Wireless-G routers and is compatible with 802.11b/g/n networks. The KWGR614 will retail for $129. Please click on the following link to download a high resolution image: http://www.watterson.com.au/Downloads/Netgear/Products_hires/KWGR614.jpg</p>
<p>All of the featured products will be available for purchase from NETGEAR’s value-added resellers in February.</p>
<p>If you would like further information about any of these products or wish to speak to a NETGEAR representative, please contact NETGEAR’s PR representative, Watterson Marketing Communications: Sheila Maidment, Phone: 02 9437-6122, sheila.maidment@watterson.com.au</p>

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