A wireless adapter is necessary for a high-quality Internet connection. Many netbooks and laptops offer a built-in Wi-Fi adapter. However, desktop computers usually need an external adapter, since most do not include internal wireless adapters.
To allow easier access to the Internet, NETGEAR manufactures advanced wireless network adapters for handheld devices, desktop computers and laptops and netbooks. The company’s wireless Ethernet adapters are designed to offer the best connections available.
Recently, the company unveiled NETGEAR N900 4-Port Wi-Fi Adapter (WNCE4004). Offering an improved home entertainment experience, the adapter can connect up to four Ethernet-enabled devices - like Smart TVs, Blu-ray players, Xbox 360, PlayStation3 and others - to Wi-Fi for ultra-fast HD video streaming at 450Mbps on each Wi-Fi band.
The NETGEAR N900 4-port Wi-Fi Adapter offers support for various simultaneous 1080 HD wireless streams. This allows users to enjoy HD content from Netflix, Vudu, YouTube, Hulu (News - Alert) Plus and other Internet content services, and also an improved gaming experience with lower-latency, the company stated in a statement. .
“It's important to get a great entertainment experience when streaming an HD movie from Vudu or playing an online session of Activision (News - Alert) 'Call of Duty' on your Xbox 360," said Damir Skripic, product line manager for connected entertainment at NETGEAR. "The NETGEAR N900 Video and Gaming 4-Port WiFi (News - Alert) Adapter is ideal for consumers who want to simultaneously connect multiple entertainment devices to their WiFi network at a faster Wi-Fi speed.”
Recently, the company introduced its new Wi-Fi Booster for Mobile (WN1000RP), which has been created to improve and enhance an existing Wi-Fi signal, to provide an improved wireless experience on tablets, smartphones and e-readers.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman