Download photos, stream music or videos and surf the web even faster with this NETGEAR D1500 Essentials Edition Dual-WAN ADSL 2/2+ WiFi Router. Connect to ADSL, cable or fibre Internet with the built-in ADSL2+ modem and enjoy reliable connections and improved range with powerful external antennas.
- Speed: Everything you need for a fast connected home. Any place you need speed, with NETGEAR you got it. Fast download speeds up to 300Mbps. WiFi technology provides whole home coverage.
- WiFi Range: Got range? Homes come in all shapes and sizes and this N300 WiFi Router provides WiFi connectivity throughout your home for all your Internet-enabled devices.
- Reliability: Stay connected with your devices, your media, and your friends. This WiFi Router has external antennas that provide improved coverage and throughput.
- Sharing: With NETGEAR, sharing across your network is fun and easy, like accessing stored photos and music.
- Ease of Use: NETGEAR makes it easy to do more with your digital devices. The simple browser-based installation with no CD makes router installation easy using an iPad, tablet, smartphone, or computer.
- Security: Keep your Internet browsing experience safe and secure with WiFi connections that offer the highest level of WPA/WPA2 security.
Network Control So Easy... It's Like Magic
NETGEAR genie makes getting the most out of your home network fun and easy. More than three million downloads of the genie App lets users easily monitor, connect and control their home network from a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone. With NETGEAR genie you can share and stream music or videos, diagnose and repair network issues, set up parental controls and more.
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Here's what you can do with the genie app for Smartphones and Tablets (iOS/Android)
- Home network manager
- Makes any printer AirPrint compatible to print from an iPad or iPhone
- MyMedia Find and play media files in your network
- EZ Mobile connect Scan QR code to connect to your home network
- For PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices