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PC World Australia says:

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The Netgear Wireless N 300 WNR2000 is a good value wireless router for anyone who wants to stream videos and distribute a fast Internet connection in a small home or apartment. We did have some issues with the reliability of its wireless speed, but for the most part the router performed very well. quote


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    8.8
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    6.9
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    8.0
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    6.0
  • Range
    8.9
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7.8
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7.0
CNET Aug 20, 2009

The Netgear Wireless-N Router WNR2000 is a no-frills budget wireless-N router, with excellent range and a handy and comprehensive Parental Control feature. It's a good fit for those who just need a simple wireless network and the ability to control access to the Internet.

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8.0
PC World Australia Oct 29, 2010

The Netgear Wireless N 300 WNR2000 is a good value wireless router for anyone who wants to stream videos and distribute a fast Internet connection in a small home or apartment. We did have some issues with the reliability of its wireless speed, but for the most part the router performed very well.

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6.0
Maximum PC Jan 19, 2010

Netgear’s WNR2000 does carry the Wi-Fi Alliance’s 802.11n certification, but that logo didn’t help this router perform any better in our benchmark tests. On the other hand, this was one of the few routers able to maintain a usable connection in both of our long-range outdoor tests.

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8.0
SmallNetBuilder Oct 23, 2008

If you're a NETGEAR fan and are looking for an inexpensive draft 11n router, then you might want to give the WNR2000 a try. But if you don't have a brand preference, there are better options available.

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10
groovechicken groovechicken

I bought this when my WRT54G running DD-WRT went belly up. I had been a huge Netgear fan in the past, but blacklisted them when the white models came out with that ghetto firmware that wouldn't let you configure it until it had a WAN connection. I was in a pinch and this was on sale at Wal...

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10
Gigabitz Gigabitz

I own this model and the top model (WNDR3700). This one performs every bit as well as the one that costs three times as much.

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8.0
MarkTraceur MarkTraceur

I purchased this router on sale at Newegg (a very lucky find) and used it to replace the old WRT54G in my parents' house. This produced a marked increase in speed and reliability, which (admittedly) is not saying much because, hell, we replaced a Linksys router. Most of our computers do not...

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8.0
kungfuchemist kungfuchemist

Sleek look, easy to setup, seems to have good output. Most importantly, DD-WRT compatible! Just upgraded this router with DD-WRT and now I have complete control over it. Solid as a rock.

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9.0
kiddfroster kiddfroster

We got this router because we desperately needed to connect multiple devices to the internet at the same time, and sharing one ethernet cord was not going to do it. It has worked well, and it was cheap too.

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4.0
donaldbyrd donaldbyrd

It's such a disappointment that I don't want to spend the time to acknowledge it anymore. I want the hours waiting for it to reboot, or reconnect, or re-setup back. I'm ready to eat the cost and go buy something that actually works (projects a signal, stays connected) on a consistent basis.

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