Netgear Introduces Green Broadband Routers

Dan | Jan 05, 2021


Net gear is following D-link’s footsteps by releasing some Eco-friendly gadgets, in this case networking routers. The WNR2000 Wireless Router and DGN2000 Wireless Router with built-in modem now feature convenient wireless on/off switches and Energy Star rated power supplies to reduce energy costs. Additionally, the packaging is made from at least 80% recycled materials making it a particularly green gadget.

In addition to the green initiatives, the routers use the latest 802.11n draft specification for improved wireless data transfer speeds. Combining these routers with Range Max Wireless-N Adapters, you can boost the performance even further.

Both routers feature 4 10/100 Ethernet ports, operate on the standard 2.4GHz frequency, use WPA2-PSK and WPA-PSK security protocols, including a Wi-Fi Protected Setup button as well as featuring the new Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) based Quality of Service (QoS).

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Dan is a well-experienced author who is interested in exploring new things related to eco-friendly gadgets and technologies. He never lets any latest technology go off his sight. Being passionate about contributing to the clean environment, he writes articles on the latest renewable gadgets and other energy-saving technologies. 

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