Netgear introduces the D6300 WiFi modem router, which is the industry’s first ADSL2+ 802.11ac integrated router. Not just Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, the device also supports ADSL2+ for users to access ADSL/fiber/cable broadband. The modem router join Netgear’s other WiFi 802.11ac devices including the R8300 and R8200 WiFi-ac routers, and A6200 adapter. The D6300, with support for 802.11ac standard and dual-band WiFi, offers three time faster speed than 802.11n with combined WiFi speeds up to 1600Mbps. The high-speed performance enables HD video
streaming and gaming throughout the home. With DLNA support, the router lets users stream media to DLNA-compatible devices such as HDTVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles. It features two USB ports and ReadySHARE Printer function that turns any existing USB printer to a networked printer and supports AirPrint for printing directly from Apple’s iPad and iPhone. The ReadySHARE Cloud allows users to access and share USB storage device remotely.
Netgear’s D6300 has for Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, one Gigabit WAN port, one ADSL2+ port and two USB 2.0 ports. It supports WPA/WPA2-PSK security and double firewall (SPI and NAT) protection. The modem router has 128MB of RAM and 128MB of flash memory. Netgear will release the D6300 in October.