Wireless router reviews
The latest Netgear Wireless router reviews at PC Advisor. Wireless router user reviews, ratings, buying advice and price comparison
From every 802.11ac wireless router we've tested to date, the Netgear sets the benchmark of what is currently possible. It's our fastest 802.11ac router. Here's our…
£165 inc VAT
The Netgear Powerline 500 WiFi Access Point is a set of neat little Powerline adapters that also boast Wi-Fi functionality.
£70 inc VAT
The Netgear Powerline 200 Mini is a basic Powerline kit that is super cheap but not very fast.
£30 inc VAT
The Netgear WN3500RP is a quality product in design and reliability of connection. Read our Netgear WN3500RP review to find out more.
£80 inc VAT
The Netgear XS708E is a network switch priced well below £1000 and should make the first steps into the next generation of 10GbE networks a little easier to climb.…
£750 inc VAT
The Netgear R6300 is the second 11ac wireless router to market, and while far from reaching gigabit speeds its wireless offers relatively solid performance.
£200 inc VAT
The Netgear N900 offers wireless networking speeds up to 450Mbps, as well as Gigabit Ethernet.
£109 inc VAT
Netgear's N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Premium Edition (WNDR3800) wireless router has a comprehensive feature-set and good ease of use. It's a dual-band router…
£119 inc VAT
A high-end dual-band router for both cable and ADSL2+ connections that delivers excellent wireless speeds
£120 inc VAT
Netgear's 4-port gigabit, simultaneous dual-band Netgear WNDR3700 Wi-Fi router proved a joy to use. It was stable and glitch-free, with easy media serving. However,…
£149 inc VAT
The Netgear Wireless N 300 WNR2000 is a useful wireless router for distributing a fast broadband connection and it offers very good value.
£59 inc VAT
The Netgear DGN3500 Range Max is a relatively expensive wireless router, but its excellent feature set makes it a good choice for small businesses.
£120 inc VAT
The Netgear N150 Wireless Modem Router DGN1000 is a simple ADSL2+ modem/router with an 802.11n wireless access point.
£55 inc VAT
Netgear’s RangeMax DGN3500 is a neatly designed wireless-n router that works well, provided that your home network is Windows-only.
£110 inc VAT
The Netgear DGN2000 may not be quite as stylish as the home-friendly Linksys WAG160, but it is really very small, which is pleasing in itself as it means its less…
£116 inc VAT
The Netgear Powerline AV kit puts an ethernet port wherever you have a power outlet.
£132 inc VAT
The Netgear RangeMax Next Wireless-N Gigabit Router WNR3500 is a workhorse device that aced our throughput tests, especially at long range.
£109 inc VAT
The Netgear WNDR3300 is a striking, good-looking router, and its attractive appearance is in part due to absence of external antennae.
£120 inc VAT
The Netgear WGXB102 makes use of PowerLine technology to deliver a remote wired connection to a 54G Wi-Fi repeater.
£72 inc VAT
Isn't it always the case that your TV ends up somewhere completely out of reach of your household network cabling? Now those problems are over.
£129 inc VAT
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