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DGN2200M DSL Modem/Wireless Router, Multi Connections Router

January 18th, 2010 · No Comments

In this early 2010, there is a biggest technology and information event hold in Las Vegas, Nevada, United State of America. The event is International Consumer Electronic Show 2010 that scheduled at 7 – 10 January 2010. In this show, a lot of technology and information corporations take placed and show off their brand new technology product. There are a lot of technology products launched, included Netgear that launched DGN2200M DSL Modem/Wireless Router.

What is the special quality of DGN2200M DSL Modem/Wireless Router? Through its name, we can find out the special quality of this router. DGN2200M DSL Modem/Wireless Router is not like other routers, with this brand new router from Netgear, you are not only enjoy your internet activity through DSL/cable connection, but also through 3G or 4G data network. Right, when you get trouble in DSL/cable connection, you can change it with the cell network connection.

Don’t worry about the wireless speed of DGN2200M DSL Modem/Wireless Router, because Netgear power their brand new router with 802.11n wireless standard. Netgear explains that the wireless connection is not only for backup connection if user gets trouble with DSL/cable connection, the wireless connection also for user where his home is not reached by cable. So they can use this router through 3G/4G/WiMax network. This router will sell at $180 and begin to ship in April 2010.

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